Run for a century by four generations of the Goring family, The Goring is the oldest, privately owned luxury hotel in London. Overlooking its own private gardens, The Goring is lovingly known as London’s quintessentially English hotel and is perfectly placed in Belgravia for all the capital’s premier attractions. Each of the 69 individually designed bedrooms and suites exude English style, from Traditional Country House to Classic British, while the latest technology is installed throughout. The Garden Bar and Terrace is the ideal destination for sumptuous afternoon teas or rewarding glasses of champagne. The Dining Room and private rooms thrive on their award-winning reputation for delivering the very best traditional English dishes. The Goring is about its guests; the staff work tirelessly to ensure that all of the visitors feel pampered and at home. Personal service and attention to every guest need are the hallmark of this wonderfully unique hotel.
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"This world-class hotel has a wonderfully rich history and has been dutifully run by the same family for over a century. When it opened in 1910 it was the first hotel in the world to offer en-suite facilities and central heating in every room. Today, The Goring boasts the Royal Warrant; for hosting the Duchess of Cambridge the night before her wedding. Two billion people tuned in to watch Kate Middleton make her way from The Goring to Westminster Abbey – not a bad advert for the hotel! Kate isn’t the only royal fan, the coronations of George VI and Queen Elizabeth filled the hotel with famous faces and foreign royalty."
"Asking someone to marry you is one of the biggest, most nerve-wracking questions you’ll ever be asked! (or ask). There is the option of just getting down on one knee in the kitchen, but when you’re old and grey and reminisce about the moment, wouldn’t you rather be remembering a stunning hotel, bubbly and four-poster than a pile of washing up? The Goring in London isn’t the most well known hotel in the capital, but it’s one of the most intimate, with opulent rooms, delightful garden and brilliant staff, so you know your engagement will be in safe hands. One word to the team in advance and you’ll be getting room upgrades and bottles of Champagne before you can say Mr & Mrs."
"For the crème de la crème of an aristocratic English Garden Wedding follow in the steps of royalty and, the rich and famous at The Goring. This is where Kate stayed the night before her wedding. For an ultra decadent touch celebrate with A Bollinger Afternoon tea on the terrace of the secluded garden served just as The Duchess of Bedford intended."
"The Goring is now world-famous because it was from here that Kate Middleton set off to become the Duchess of Cambridge in 2011, but the hotel has played a role in national life since it opened in 1910. During the First World War the Allied command centre was based here. When the soldiers moved out in 1919, Lady Randolph Churchill, mother of Sir Winston moved in."
Information on The Goring hotel , Beeston Place , London
|No. of bedrooms:||
Types of room: 37 Twin/Double, 15 Deluxe, 3 Jnr Suite, 12 Signature Rooms, 4 Belgravia Suites, Inter-connecting Family Rooms
|Room rates guide:||
Single from: £410.00
Credit Cards Accepted: Amex, Diners, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Visa
When Closed: Open all year
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: No
Romantic Details: Signature rooms and suites ideal for honeymoons, proposals, celebrations.
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: Yes
Accreditation: AA 5 Red Stars
Radio alarm, direct dial telephone, Satellite TV, Highspeed internt access, Wireless keyboard to internet on TV, Air conditioning, 24 hour room service, Hairdryer, safe, daily newspaper, inter-connecting rooms available for families, Laundry & dry cleaning service, luxury toiletries
Private gardens, garden terrace, Bar, lounge bar, Dining room, Civil ceremony licence, Wedding receptions for up to 250 guests, 4 meeting rooms, Conference facilities, For up to 60 delegates, Internet room, Special welcome package for children, Private dining
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Located in Central London, next door to Buckingham Palace in stylish Belgravia.
Complimentary membership to local health club
|Local directions:||Take the M4/A4 westwards to Hyde Park Corner, go south down Grosvenor Place to Beeston Place.|
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London Heathrow (15 miles) (45 mins)
Victoria (0.1 miles) (3 mins)
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