Westminster London would like to extend a warm welcome to all of its new guests. In addition to joining Hilton’s Curio Collection, a multi-million-pound renovation has been completed on this hotel to appeal to the modern traveler. The Houses of Parliament, ‘Big Ben,’ Westminster Abbey, Tate Britain, and MI5 are all within a few blocks of this hotel, which is situated in the heart of London’s historic center. In other words, bring on the themes of mystery and anonymity, all while maintaining a playful harmony between traditional and modern elements. This hotel is a must-stay in London because of its attentive staff, enviable location, and a wide range of amenities.
The 464 bright and spacious rooms, as well as the suites, have been meticulously designed to ensure that all guests have everything they need for a comfortable stay in the capital. Artwork, floor-to-ceiling windows that allow for an airy feel, and mood lighting are just some of the features in the rooms. There’s a 49-inch TV, a rain shower with high pressure, custom toiletries, and a Nespresso machine for a caffeine kick in the morning. In addition, some of the rooms offer spectacular views of the river and the city from the riverside, and the hotel’s 13th-floor gym is open 24 hours a day.
Located on the hotel’s first floor is STK Steakhouse, a modern steakhouse-meets-chic lounge. This is the second restaurant in the group to open in London and offers fine dining menus, attentive service, as well as resident DJs, and a high-energy atmosphere to provide the atmosphere for the dining experience. A hotel-owned bowling alley with a private bar is right next door to the restaurant, making it ideal for small gatherings of up to 40 people. Bao Yum, a new dining concept on the ground floor, offers a wide range of ‘bao-centric’ breakfast, lunch, and dinner options, as well as salads, soups, sandwiches, and snacks.
Three meeting rooms on the ground floor have been thoughtfully designed to accommodate a variety of business and social gatherings. Each meeting room can accommodate up to 115 people and features high-tech, ultra HD interactive displays, fast connectivity, and natural light.
In keeping with the property’s lively but quaint and historic setting, the Westminster’s design is eclectic yet refined. When it comes to interior design, each room aims to arouse intrigue and create a sense of mystery by incorporating signature artwork with partially hidden portraits and dark color schemes. Visitors can explore London’s cultural and historic landmarks while enjoying the welcoming hospitality and contemporary amenities of The Westminster London, which is situated in a prime location in the city’s heart.
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