Former home to Playboy Club has been brought up to date.
Overlooking the grandeur of Hyde Park, one of the most important royal parks in the capital, 45 Park Lane provides the perfect opportunity for guests to explore London. It enjoys classic décor alongside bespoke interiors that was formerly just a typical 1960’s office block. This latest venue comes from the stable of the Dorchester Collection and is slap bang in the heart of the action. Hyde Park itself is home to more than 200 acres of lush green land as well as Speakers Corner and a number of different activities. This includes the likes of boating not to mention horse riding and athletics. In addition to this, the City of Westminster is within close proximity and offers all the major attractions we as guests and travellers have come to adore. This features Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey. The hustle and bustle of Oxford Street is also nearby and offers a plethora of retail shops – more than 300 in total. This is where you can benefit from some of the best shopping in the city whilst Carnaby Street and Soho are both easily accessible. The markets and stores of Covent Garden is well within reach and is home to the famous theatre district with more than 35 different venues to choose from for all you budding thespians. Oxford Street lies less than a 20 minute walk from 45 Park Lane.
Each of the 46 guest bedrooms at 45 Park Lane provides superb views of Hyde Park. The suites offer panoramic vistas with Presidential Suite enjoying a stunning terrace that wraps around the whole of the room. If you want more then why not gaze in awe at some of the stunning artworks on display thanks to Roy Ackermann OBE which have been carefully chosen. Other artists include Sir Peter Blake, Damien Hirst and Bruce McLean. There are a host of mod cons in each of the modern and contemporary room such as the Bang & Olufsen BeoVision TVs, decadent en suite facilities made from the finest marble and luxury bedding.
The CUT restaurant is the well renowned restaurant by celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck. In fact it is Puck’s first UK venture which plays host to more than 15 different works by Damien Hirst entitled ‘Psalms’ which comes from his limited collection. This is the first time such a series has been displayed. The food is spot on and you can tuck into some incredible selections of beef which have been christened as some of the best selections in London. If you want to relax and unwind, then a specialist team of therapists are on hand to knead away every worry. Additional amenities include a library, media centre, a bar and a dedicated fitness centre. There is also the choice of either English or continental breakfast. Complimentary wireless internet is available throughout and parking is possible nearby but charges will be incurred for this service.
The closest station to 45 Park Lane is Hyde Park Corner which lies in Zone 1 of the underground system. It is served by the Piccadilly line and is only a 5-minute walk away.
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