Visit Highclere Castle and travel on the Belmond British Pullman for our exclusive GH reader event BOOK NOW >

From £440
Rates provided by

The largest five-star hotel on Park Lane with 496 rooms, this purpose-built hotel opened in 1929 and has plenty of Art Deco elegance in the architectural features, with large open public areas supported by square columns and high ceilings in the rooms. With its prestigious location opposite Hyde Park, it's been a favoured destination of celebrities and royalty over the years and has one of London's grandest ballrooms (which hosts the BAFTA after party). The JW Steakhouse offers prime cuts and boasts one of the capital's most extensive bourbon menus, while people flock to the Park Room for afternoon teas accompanied by a live pianist.



You can see the treetop canopy of the park from the windows of the rooms on the upper floors.

The hotel is on busy Park Lane (although you can't hear the traffic from inside), across the road from Hyde Park and a short walk from Oxford Street and Piccadilly Circus.
By car: the hotel is 4 hours from Manchester, and less than 2.5 hours from Bristol. Parking costs £42 per day.
By train: It's a ten minute walk to Marble Arch and Hyde Park Corner tube stations.

View in Google Maps

Style & Character

Loved by families travelling on old money and people coming to do business. A seven-year-old Queen Elizabeth II learnt to ice skate here in 1933, when the ballroom was an ice rink.

Service & Facilities

There's a mindfulness room for people who want to keep up their meditation or yoga.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Ballroom
  • Hair salon
  • Fitness centre
  • Paid parking


Room 645 has views over the park along with a separate, spacious living room. The complimentary copy of local magazine Mayfair Times is full of local intel.

Deluxe, Superior, Executive, Family, Deluxe Suite, Superior Suite, Executive Suite, Park View Suite, Premium Park View Suite, Royal Suite
Facilities include: ensuite marble bathroom, bathrobe and slippers, tea and coffee facilities, air conditioning, hairdryer, TV

Food & Drink

The Park Lane Market coffee shop is a great place to grab a light bite or a coffee. In the restaurant, the tuna tartare starter arrives presented like an exquisite dessert, with a creamed avocado topping and a parmesan crisp.

JW Steakhouse: steaks, seafood and cheesecakes. Open Mon-Fri 6.30-11am and 12 noon-11pm, Sat & Sun 7-11am and 12 noon-11pm.
The Park Room: afternoon tea and drinks. Open daily 9am-10pm.
Red Bar: drinks and cocktails overlooking the park. Open daily 5pm-midnight.

Share this trip

Check availability
Rooms available from £440 per night

Powered by

Brought to you by
This tour is operated solely by
Enjoy big savings on hotels in 120,000 destinations worldwide.

To view’s supplier’s terms and conditions click here.