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If you are in London for a few days, and fancy a game of tennis, what’s the likelihood of getting a court? Pretty good if you ask our Concierge! Even better, tell us at the time you book your accommodation with us and we’ll arrange a court for when you… [read more]
When guests stay at a hotel what makes for the perfect experience?
Malcolm Hendry, General Manager of 41, shares some secrets – his hotel has been top of the Tripadvisor London hotel rankings for so many weeks that he obviously has a good idea!
“For us, it starts the… [read more]
What’s the best bit of Christmas for you – the parties and festivities beforehand, mulled wine with mince pies and carols, the turkey with all the trimmings, unwrapping your presents on Christmas morning? Or is it that other great Yuletide ritual…THE SALES!
London is always one of the best cities… [read more]
With a festive chill in the air and the hotels sparkling Christmas lights twinkling in the night, there was a feeling of mystery and excitement in the air as we (The Marketing Team) approached The Leopard Bar. We’d been sent summons from the team at The Rubens, 41 & bbar… [read more] Continue reading
Kate Middleton will be driven down The Mall from either Buckingham Palace, St James’s Palace or Clarence House. The Mall was created as a ceremonial route in the early 20th century, and the road surface includes synthetic iron oxide pigment which gives the effect of a giant red carpet leading… [read more] Continue reading
Sandra Anido, the Egerton House Hotel. Knightsbridge is fashion central. We’re just five minutes from Harrods and Harvey Nichols; you can take a stroll down Beauchamp Place for some of the most exclusive fashions, including Bruce Oldfield – tipped to be designing Kate Middleton‘s wedding dress. Continue on to Sloane… [read more] Continue reading
The Milestone, The Montague on the Gardens, the Chesterfield Mayfair all include rooms either named after royalty, or which take their design cues from a royal theme. Many of the rooms at “41” are regal in the sense that they overlook the mews and gardens of Buckingham Palace. The Egerton… [read more] Continue reading
London Bridge is the oldest bridge in the capital, connecting the City of London to Southwark. The Romans, who first arrived in 43BC, probably built the first bridge on this spot, but the rebellious Queen Boudicca destroyed it in 60 AD. The Romans rebuilt it, but the structure fell into… [read more] Continue reading
We hope you’ve had an enjoyable stay at one of our thirteen luxury family-run boutique hotels. When you stay at a Red Carnation Hotel, you’re more than a customer; you are our guest.
It’s therefore very important for us to continually improve our service to ensure guests’ have the best… [read more] Continue reading
Dover Sole, as the name suggests, is not a fish one catches off the steeply shelving coast of South Africa, but one that prefers the shallow continental water of the English Channel and North Sea.
I first encountered this delicacy when we moved to London in the mid-seventies, and very… [read more] Continue reading