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Corinthia Hotel in London, England

August 5, 2011 by

Amazing cultural variety, famous majestic history, iconic structural design and the coolest modern art: London is quite simply the unquestionable capital of the world.

In April 2011, the heart of that city gained an illustrious new landmark; an elegant and momentous luxury hotel that sets new standards in lavishness and comfort.

Perfectly positioned just moments from Trafalgar Square, Westminster and Covent Garden, yet close to Mayfair and The City’s Square Mile, this new flagship provides state-of-the-art facilities in an eminent building dating back to 1885 and the Empire days of Queen Victoria.

Guests are invited to experience the world in the ultimately sophisticated destination at Corinthia Hotel London.

With inspiration from world-class designers, they have created enormous lobbies and high ceilings to take full benefit of magnificent cityscape views and have merged them with cutting-edge design to create iconic public spaces flooded with natural light. An enormously elegant facade, 294 sumptuous rooms and suites, stylish destination bars and specialty restaurants, comes together with London’s largest spa and wellness facility.

Guestrooms include: Superior Queen Room, Superior King, Deluxe Room, and Executive Room. Superior Queen Rooms offer sweeping views of the busy capital, together with the option of a Juliette balcony overlooking the beautiful courtyard, this room caters to every guest need.

Superior King rooms offer views of the cityscape or the tranquil courtyard, with fashionable living spaces and start of the art luxuries. Delxue Rooms have king size beds with the newest technology. Executive Rooms are as large as a typical five-star hotel suite, the most giving of all the rooms at Corinthia, with the option of a king size bed or two double beds.

Suites include: Deluxe Junior Suite, Whitehall Suite, Trafalgar Suite, and River Suite. Deluxe Junior Suites combine luxurious living with grand modern design, featuring king size beds and beautiful capital views.

Whitehall Suites feature exceptionally comfortable super king size beds with breathtaking views over the famous Great Scotland Yard. Trafalgar Suite features a generous living space, with walk-in closets, and unsurpassed views of Trafalgar Square. River Suites are meticulously planned, with individually crafted design, with separate lounge and bedroom offering magnificent views of the River Thames.

Signature Suites include: Garrent Suite –Sir Henry Irving, Garret Suite – The Frederick Simms, Sir Winston Churchill Suite, Deluxe Northumberland Suites, Lady Hamilton Suite, and The Royal Suite. Each of these ultra-stylish, beautiful suites, are designed with the utmost care and are sure to cater to the most discerning guest.

Affluent Victorians flocked to London’s finest eateries in a bid to see and be seen and they have revived that tradition with the creation of what they believe will become the city’s most sought-after collection of bars and eateries. They include restaurants

The Northall and Massimo Restaurant and Oyster Bar; and bars The Lobby Lounge and Bassoon.

ESPA Life, the ground-breaking new spa at Corinthia Hotel London offers a fully incorporated wellness approach alongside a luxury spa experience. Opened in July 2011 ESPA Life is set to become the leading voice in spa excellence. Spread over four floors and covering 3,300 square meters, the sheer size and splendor of ESPA Life is simply wonderful. Soft curved walls throughout, black Tunisian marble and textured leather, ESPA life is a place to be seen, but unquestionably private and exclusive.

A Private Spa Suite, 17 treatment pods, nail studio, Daniel Galvin hair studio, 9 meter silver steel swimming pool, amphitheatre sauna, black mosaic steam room and a state-of-the-art gym are just some of the outstanding spa and fitness facilities available.

The Corinthia Hotel London is a meeting place of excellence in one of the coolest cities on Earth.



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