A contemporary edge at one of the world's most glamorous hotels.
Since it opened in 1972, The Berkeley has been in the vanguard of London's top hotels. Built of sandstone, it has mellowed well and has a timeless elegance. And its location can't be beat, being a few seconds from Knightsbridge and Hyde Park. Discreet, refined and superbly refurbished, the property welcomes its celebrity guests as if they are long-lost friends. The entrance hallway is small but stylish, more in keeping with a grand house than a hotel. The rooms themselves are well sized and impeccably furnished in a country-house manner. Two of the top conservatory suites have their own saunas. Service is second to none. Helping to ensure the capital's status as a top restaurant city, the hotel hosts two terrific dining venues: Koffman's and Marcus Wareing at The Berkeley. From July through to September, The Berkeley’s sun terrace is transformed to resemble the idyllic British countryside. Guests can enjoy birds, birch trees and wild lavender; a special picnic menu is available to complete the experience.