Lonely Planet review
This opulent tour de force has been the hotel of choice for movie stars, fashionistas and those with a wallop of cash to spend and an image to cultivate since it opened for business in 1931. The lobby is possibly the most lavish in London and the enormous ballroom with its sparkling mirrored walls remains one of the most grand today. In the 250 guestrooms a mixture of antique and individual furniture, four-poster beds, chaise lounges and roaring fireplaces evoke an English country-house feel.
London Hilton On Park Lane
Park Lane Mews Hotel
In the same stable as the Halkin, the 155-room ...