Setting the scene
For over a century, The Ritz has been the benchmark by which other hotels are measured. Perfectly located in a landmark position in the heart of London’s West End, the iconic hotel has long been the choice for Royalty and aristocracy, dignitaries and countless other discerning guests.
Attention to detail and personal service are elevated to a fine art so that guests may always be assured of a magical and memorable experience.
Every room and suite at The Ritz is exquisite and designed to provide exceptional standards of comfort. All the rooms and suites have been individually decorated in the distinctive Ritz colour schemes of blue, peach, pink and yellow luxuriously furnished with rich fabrics, 24 carat gold leaf and beautifully restored antique furniture in keeping with the original Louis XVI style. Most rooms overlook the stunning Royal Green Park or world famous Piccadilly.
A ratio of two staff to every guest room guarantees the highest levels of personal service. These traditional features are skillfully combined with the provision of the most modern facilities, including complimentary Wi-Fi, ISDN lines, voice mail and dual voltage sockets in every room.
Afternoon Tea at The Ritz is a quintessential British experience; a rare and wonderful tradition that has stood the test of time. Guests can enjoy an extensive selection of 16 different types of loose leaf tea. Indulge in finely cut sandwiches with classic fillings together with freshly baked apple and raisin scones with strawberry preserve and clotted Devonshire cream, followed by a delectable selection of afternoon tea cakes and pastries.
The Rivoli Bar transports guests back to the glory days of 1920s Paris and continues to draw the rich and famous from around the world who relish in its gilded glamour and timeless sophistication. The menu features over 80 cocktails including many of the signature martinis and Champagne cocktails for which The Ritz is renowned.
In 2002, The Ritz was awarded a Royal Warrant by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales for Banquet and Catering Services, becoming the only hotel in the world to receive such an honour. The Ritz has six stunning private dining rooms, five of which are located in the William Kent House, the stunning Grade II listed building adjoined to the hotel. The exquisite collections of lavishly decorated event rooms retain their original Italian Renaissance style décor.
The Ritz Salon provides a perfect sanctuary seven stories above the bustling streets below. The Ritz Salon offers an impressive selection of services for both male and female guests; for those that want to unwind and vanquish their stress or for guests that need to look their most fabulous for the day ahead.
Guests can select from a series of exclusive ELEMIS signature treatments including relaxing body massages, rejuvenating facials and invigorating body scrubs, or alternatively can opt for a range of hairdressing and beauty services including manicures and pedicures, hairstyling and colouring, and ultimately make-up. The Ritz Salon is an exclusive environment within which to steal away for some precious serenity before returning to the world reinvigorated and rejuvenated.
The Ritz offers a kidz@theritz programme identifying the young guests and affords them special amenities and services such as free ice cream and in rooms games consoles. As a family owned hotel The Ritz knows what is important to families when travelling and will do everything to ensure every generation is tailored for.
The nearest underground station is Green Park which is less than a two minute walk from the hotel and is on the Piccadilly, Victoria and Jubilee lines. The Ritz London is an eight minute walk to Piccadilly Circus tube station and a 12 minute walk to Hyde Park Corner station. There are of course many other means of transport depending on where you are coming from, a member of the hotel team will be happy to help to be able to work out the best possible means.
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