Roseate House London
Situated just moments from the beautiful Hyde Park Corner and The Serpentine, this boutique town house hotel is tucked away on the leafy and quiet Westbourne Terrace, with ample parking. It has 48 luxury rooms and suites across three converted 19th century, Grade-II listed townhouses, adding to its charm.
Upon arrival I was greeted by two exceptionally welcoming reception staff who took my luggage and showed me to my room. I say room – it was a suite! Stunningly beautiful, nothing was forgotten, a coffee machine, extensive mini bar, a beautiful fresh fruit platter and a chilled bottle of prosecco awaited me.
With a separate lounge area to the bedroom I was able to catch up on some work. I could easily have stayed for a month! I even had my own balcony area the full length of my room which had a table and chairs on so I was able to sit out and enjoy the balmy evening. The room was laiden with antiquities, typical of the hotels era which added to its charm. The four poster bed and marble bathrooms ensured a luxury feel throughout.
The hotel has a stunning secret courtyard garden out the back of the hotel which was a lovely touch in a central London Hotel. I was able to enjoy some drinks alfresco in the glorious sunshine.
Before I had to head back to Brighton I just about had time to grab some breakfast. It didn’t disappoint, a delicious choice of freshly baked pastries, cured meats, fresh fruit and cereals were available and also a full menu of hot choices from Eggs Benedict to fresh waffles with maple syrup and bacon.
This hotel really does have a 5-star luxury feel, if you’re happy to forfeit a gym, pool and spa, this hotel is perfect in every way. I am very much looking forward to visiting again soon.
Thank you again to Roseate House London.