The Gore

Victorian Italianate style with an inviting air of comfortable decadence.

The Gore

The slightly more sophisticated big sister of Hazlitt's, The Gore has retained its bohemian edge with an intelligent, interesting staff, quirky atmospheric décor of lived-in-look antiques, well-worn Oriental rugs and a fascinating collection of art. Its attitude is evident as soon as you walk into the long narrow hallway, whose walls are covered in prints, and past the reception desk to the large, comfortable (residents-only) Green Room where sofas are drawn up beside the open fireplace. Club rooms have four-poster beds. The starstruck can ask for the Venus Room, which boasts Judy Garland's bed, but the room to beg for is the Tudor Room. Bathrooms are wonderful, and the Miss Ada room has a throne closet modeled on the one made for Queen Victoria by Thomas Crapper. In a wide avenue of lesser hotels and minor embassies, The Gore is a diamond in the rough.

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190 Queen's Gate SW7 5EX London United Kingdom


+44 (0)20 7584 6601 Hotel’s Website

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