Review: Hotel 41 London

ByTravelling For Business

September 23, 2016
Hotel 41 London

Location: Opposite Buckingham Palace and the Royal Mews, London

Pricing: Double rooms at Hotel 41 start from £413 per night for an Executive King Room for two people, inclusive of breakfast and VAT

Hotel 41 is a five star deluxe hotel situated in the heart of London, opposing Buckingham Palace and is nearby Victoria tube station and unsurprisingly ranks as the number one hotel in London on TripAdvisor. 

The striking, stylish black and white design found in each room is the only similarity shared between them, as each room has its own uniqueness. The colour theme is carried throughout the hotel, embellished with classy, chic mahogany furnishings that complete the polished look. 
Moreover, the welcoming, attentive and approachable staff at Hotel 41 mirror the profound appearance of the surroundings, offering great service to satisfy all guests. From extravagant wedding proposals to smaller surprises, the staff will always be on hand to help in any way possible. 
From 8:30pm until 1am, the hotel offers what they call ‘Plunder the Pantry’. This is an enticing spread that includes a wide range of treats, from freshly baked bread, to cheeses, pies and quiches.
Furthermore, platters of smoked salmon, cured meats and salamis are part of the mix too, as well as a delightful selection of desserts. 
The Executive Lounge feels less like a hotel and more like a private club, offering breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as a selection of drinks from the honest bar.