45 Park Lane, London
45 Park Lane is sophisticated yet full of life, the hotel basks in an enviable location in London’s elegant Mayfair
With its landmark architecture, dynamic interiors and contemporary art collection, 45 Park Lane offers guests a relaxed and luxurious stay. The state-of-the-art hotel is just steps away from sister hotel The Dorchester. Popular with locals and seasoned jetsetters, this smart choice also provides an excellent basis for those looking to explore London.
With contemporary boutique hotel interiors designed by New York-based designer Thierry Despont, each of the spacious guest rooms and suites enjoys captivating views of leafy Hyde Park. The Penthouse Suite is the ultimate experience with its Art Deco design and wrap-around balcony featuring panoramic London cityscape views.
A striking central staircase leads to the first floor featuring BAR 45, famous for its delicious sliders and exotic cocktails. For fine dining visit CUT at 45 Park Lane, internationally-acclaimed chef Wolfgang Puck’s first restaurant in Europe, a modern American steak restaurant. Delectable dishes range from prime Wagyu beef to succulent lobster and creative salads. Relax at weekends with brunch and a Bloody Mary, custom-made to your liking, as you listen to live jazz.
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London, with its unique blend of history and culture, is constantly changing, with new landmarks, stylish restaurants and clubs opening up all the time. Recently voted as the gourmet capital of the world, London is the European capital to stay in touch with all that’s new and exciting while enjoying its wealth of historic buildings and eclectic mix of museums and art galleries.
Barclays ATP World Tours Finals
15 – 22 November 2015
The triumphal finale for the Barclays ATP World Tours Finals, held at The O2, ranks among the world’s top tennis events.
Alexander Calder at the Tate Modern
11 November 2015 – 3 April 2016
Alexander Calder at the Tate Modern is the first major UK exhibition to highlight Alexander Calder’s work in more than 50 years.