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The Rosewood Hotels & Resorts

The Rosewood’s London outpost is one of te elegant retreat offering luxurious and stylish interiors with
its playful touches, especially a serene spa, multiple solid dining options and a very famous cocktail bar,
Scarfes. The extra-mile touches in different rooms are also include complimentary soft drinks and snacks
in minibars.
It would be very hard to believe that a veritable palace such as this is tucked just off bustling High
Holborn. The Entrance to imposing building is via a passage which leads into a little courtyard; rather then
like entering into another, much calmer, world. Afterthat Being set back from the street makes it quieter, too.
Here the tube is just a few minutes’ walk away (Central and Piccadilly Lines), while the Covent Garden and its
shops, theters and restaurants, is only 15 minutes’ walk away.
While entering in the hotel, the guests are met with a zebra crossing-like marble floor in big lobby filled
with decadently squashy sofas and floor-to-(very high)-ceiling glass cabinets of curios, also including a
Clockwork Orange mannequin head. Despite all these effortless elegance, the place doesn’t take itself too
seriously, with cages of the fake birds and models of a bulldog and bear by the lifts. its corridors are dark
& fully sultry, with an eye-catching touches such as like a rose gold mirrored ceiling.
Here all the staff have somuch confidence and professionalism of a leading international hotel group. Check in
procedure is smooth – a porter greets guests in the courtyard and escorts them to the reception desk, while all
of your luggage is whisked away.
The rooms of this hotel is divide in four different categories (Executive, Grand Executive, Premier and Grand
Premier), plus a range of suites, come in a soothing palette of off-whites, stones, greys and taupe. These all are
spacious, with big comfy beds, two armchairs and a table. There’s also a very good range of glassware, to go with
the DIY cocktail kits. All higher category rooms offer complimentary snacks and soft drinks in the minibar; which
is a really nice touch. During my stay there in my Grand Premier room I could find a Nespresso machine but with no
kettle. Here storage space is plentiful, with the robes provided and slippers brought at turndown.
All the big marble bathrooms have lots of mirrored surfaces; mine had an indulgent double-ended sunken tub as well
as a huge walk-in the rain shower.
Here the breakfast is completely à la carte. Especially the Bircher muesli (£6) was very tasty, also include a
strong orange zest flavour, which presented in a large soup bowl; but unlike the ‘Mira Manek’ special of saffron
blossom honey compote with cinnamon granola, which arrived in a cute Mason jar.
For those who loves to eat desserts, desserts (£9) are all heavy English puddings, can save for a panna cotta with
raspberries and almonds that didn’t wow, and also a surprise hit in the form of ice cream selection, with its
creative flavours including Cornflakes and rhubarb and champagne sorbet (£7.

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