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Suite of the week: The Royal Penthouse, Corinthia Hotel London, UK

Suite name: The Royal Penthouse, Corinthia Hotel London Location: London, UK Size of accommodation: 395 sq m Cost per night: £18,000 + VAT per night What makes it special: The panoramic view of London and the walk-in wine cellar. Standing on the roof terrace, taking in the unique 180-degree panoramic view of London, residents may believe they are monarchs of all they survey. Stepping inside, this glorious feeling will continue. Royal Penthouse Suite The ultimate London address offers a majestic array of features and facilities. Spread over two floors connected by a private internal lift, The Royal Penthouse includes an imposing entrance hall, an expanse of living space, a study and an oval 10-seat dining room. Continuing the palatial theme, a grand staircase leads to two bedrooms with king-size beds and bathrooms of honey onyx and Skyros marble. Connecting doors open-up the option of two further bedrooms. Royal Penthouse Suite Royal Penthouse Suite From the private spa suite and hidden den to the butler’s kitchen and walk-in wine cellar, the suite’s design proves that lavish opulence can be delivered with dignity. Mirror-panelled walls, leather-lined shelves and oak parquet floors create a sumptuous yet sophisticated backdrop for the hand-made furniture. Each piece, including the dining table of highly polished Makassar ebony, the bed frames of walnut with leather detailing and the goatskin bedside tables has been designed and crafted for this space. Here, refined elegance reigns supreme. Royal Penthouse Suite If you would like to be featured as ‘suite of the week’ on A Luxury Travel Blog, please contact us.

Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson is Editor of A Luxury Travel Blog and has worked in the travel industry for more than 30 years. He is Winner of the Innovations in Travel ‘Best Travel Influencer’ Award from WIRED magazine. In addition to other awards, the blog has also been voted “one of the world’s best travel blogs” and “best for luxury” by The Daily Telegraph.

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5 Comments

  1. Stunning photos Paul! Very tempting indeed. However the truth must come out ….and the walk-in-wine cellar was what did it for me. Although the London views and lavish opulence are rather awesome also …

  2. I think that I would struggle to go home… this suite looks more like a sumptuous home than a hotel in central London! A wine cellar in the suite… taking mini-bars to a new level!

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