Since The Ritz opened its doors in 1906 it has been home to thousands of discerning guests including the great and the good, the intelligentsia, and the glitterati! For over a century the London landmark Hotel at 150 Piccadilly has been the benchmark by which other hotels are measured. The Ritz London opened its doors on 24th May 1906 on the Piccadilly site of the Walsingham House Hotel, formerly the Bath Hotel. Conceived by renowned hotelier César Ritz, The Ritz owes its architectural design to the successful partnership formed in 1900 between Frenchman Charles Mewés and Englishman Arthur Davis. This design is present throughout the Hotel - setting new standards in quality among London’s luxury hotels.
The 134 guestrooms remain among the most impressive in the city, designed in the lavish Louis XVI “house style” and presented in four colour schemes of blue, yellow, rose pink and peach, each is appointed with plush carpets, supple bed linen, rich silk drapes and ornate antique furnishings. Room categories start from Superior Rooms up to the lavish Signature Suites which offer a Butler Service on a complimentary basis.
As with the high standard of accommodation, so is the dress code – as one would expect - a formal dress code is upheld in The Palm Court and during lunch and dinner service in The Ritz Restaurant. In these areas gentlemen are required to wear a jacket and tie whilst jeans are not permitted.
We love this iconic Hotel and our Clients do too – so why not book yourself a luxurious break with us and we will ensure you have a City break to remember! To find out, simply make an enquiry.