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Despite its central location near Piccadilly Circus and Buckingham Palace, The Stafford manages to create a quiet, graceful country house feel due to its location along a small backstreet. The period furnishings and antiques serve to enhance the sophisticated elegance of the hotel. Accommodation is provided in the main building and also in the Carriage House, a row of 18th-century stables which have been converted into large guest rooms overlooking the courtyard. With views of Green Park, very good service and the option to stay in the world famous Carriage House, this is high on the list of places to stay in London. Add the world famous American Bar and an award-winning team of chefs and you have a luxurious home away from home.
This impressive hotel is on the south bank of the River Thames in County Hall, the one-time home of the Greater London Council. With fantastic views of the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, the hotel is a landmark in itself, and care has been taken to ensure the inside lives up to the grand promise of the architecture outside.
Ever since the grand opening of this world-famous hotel in 1906, the Ritz has been a magnet for the rich and famous. It is strategically located in the heart of St. James's, overlooking Green Park and is very close to the West End, Piccadilly and Bond Street. The hotel is popular with wealthy tourists, businessmen, celebrities and English aristocrats. The rooms, public areas and facilities are all beautifully maintained and the service is, as one would expect in such an establishment, impeccable.