5-star hotels and residences reviews


Country: England

City: London

Address: 252 High Holborn, London WC1V 7EN, England.

Phone number: +442077818888


Checked in at @rosewoodlondon, I'm so in love with th...
Checked in at @rosewoodlondon, I'm so in love with th...
Stunning and classy Manor House wing suite at the Rosewoo...
Stunning and classy Manor House wing suite at the Rosewoo...
Afternoon tea in elegant style of Rosewood London Hotel r...
Afternoon tea in elegant style of Rosewood London Hotel r...
Wow I love this sink the design is cool
Wow I love this sink the design is cool
This view of the hotel is gorgeous<br />
This view of the hotel is gorgeous
From Nice to London and a check-in at the very glamorous ...
From Nice to London and a check-in at the very glamorous ...
A lovely welcome @rosewoodlondon
A lovely welcome @rosewoodlondon
The glamorous Mirror Room @rosewoodlondon beautiful flowe...
The glamorous Mirror Room @rosewoodlondon beautiful flowe...


A mixed experience in this luxury hotel
My wife and I stayed for a three night weekend at the Rosewood for a special occasion. It really is true that first impressions count. We were able to check in early, which was nice, but the registration itself was one of the longest I can remember. The room we were allocated didn’t have a bath as promised (my wife had set her heart on the “deep soaking bath” in the room description). That was rectified but the bedside light in our new room flickered and sparked and then the basin would not hold water at all. Finally the toilet wouldn’t stop flushing. I never mark a hotel down just because something goes wrong. Better to see how well they fix it. Guest services did resolve all these things but I went to bed at the end of the day feeling quite irritated that this might not prove to be such a special stay after all.

The hotel started to redeem itself next morning with breakfast. Breakfast is a la carte and the service from Shane and Kleidoe was impeccable and the whole breakfast experience in the beautiful Mirror Room was one of the best I can recall in any hotel.

We were drawn towards the Rosewood by pictures of the residents lounge and the anticipation of a cosy fireside read in the evenings, which seemed just thing for a cold January weekend. However, both Friday and Saturday evenings the bar/lounge was packed and noisy (were they really all residents?). The security man on the courtyard entrance to the lounge wanted to check that we were residents. He was perfectly polite but it hardly made us feel welcome. It seemed the preferable option to go to our room instead. We also thought it a pity that the attractive courtyard was packed with parked cars a lot of the time. Squeezing between these to reach the main entrance as well as having to run the gauntlet of groups of smokers from the bar didn’t support the appropriate image of the hotel in our view.

We had a really pleasant weekend in London and a few problems in the hotel were never going to spoil that. Nevertheless, the Rosewood is one of London’s luxury hotels and with that status comes a responsibility to make your guests feel special. It certainly did that at breakfast but in other respects we feel that for us it missed the mark
Review by Philip W

Source: www.tripadvisor.ru

A luxury retreat in the heart of London
A fantastic choice. A world class team and a magnificent property with incredible attention to detail. Walking into the courtyard after a busy day of meetings it is a relaxing experience on itself. Spa, restaurant and bars all top notch. PT at the gym was amazing ... can’t wait to come back!
Review by valontheroad

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Welcome to your new home
What can I say that hasn’t already been said about this absolute jewel in the crown hotel? It’s beautiful, with attention to detail around every corner- from the sweets out during the day and the apples in the afternoon, the personalised cotton napkins in Scarfes. The soft marshmallowy bedding, a bath big enough you could possibly try and do laps in. The Rosewood is testiment that you do not need to travel far in order to enjoy luxury, it’s around the corner, tucked away in a quint courtyard awaiting your arrival
Review by Astrid B

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Good job everyone it was really great experience I love it ???? the staff really helpful the view is amazing, my room was very clean and big also comfortable the disign of hotel more than perfect I really like it thanks Rosewood I'll definitely come back again.
Review by Salama-Almuhairi

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Wonderful hotel for our Honeymoon Trip.
We love this hotel...great location. Stylish!
We stayed for 5 nights as our honey trip in Europe. Our room is 610. The rooms are not huge, but good size. Very classy. Nice linin and comfy blanket.

All the staff, especially servers and bartenders at the bar were attentive, friendly.
Lunch at the patio was fantastic. Service was prompt & food excellent. Pot pie stop!
If you are looking for a great hotel in a great location with an excellent staff this is the place to be.

Only one comment is, service at the breakfast was disappointing, service was so slow. Twice I asked for hot tea and I didn’t get for 15 mins. I asked for fried eggs (sunny side up)but I got omelet. and the food wasn’t tasty at all. Our room was including breakfast but we decided to skip for my entire 4 days stays and go nearby Covent garden. But overall very good: I'd stay there again.
Review by B J

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Chic romantic retreat
The entrance to the Rosewood reminds you of Lords snd Ladies arriving by horse drawn coaches to some grand palace of old. It’s peaceful, chic and dreamy. Inside the lobby is some modern touches mixed with old English decor that makes you feel cozy and trendy at the same time. The flowers are out of this world gorgeous both in the lobby and the restaurant. The room is spacious and has a Ralph Lauren feel. The soap and lotion in the bathroom are awesome, but the old plugs makes it a bit difficult for a girl to manage her hair. Had the ‘art high tea’ in the restaurant which was a real experience. Very trendy and non traditional it’s also fun watching ladies arrive with shopping bags from Gucci and wearing their Sunday hats. Loved the Rosewood, it’s a real treat
Review by Michelleknowstravel

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Haven’t written a review for quite sometime. Rosewood was an exceptional stay during this visit to London which we visit 2-3 times a year and love to rotate hotels.
We had breakfast in the mirror room since we had a suite. The Açaí bowl was outstanding! Very quiet restaurant. Our room was spacious with great amenities.
Love being close to covent garden - would like to see more luxury hotels in this area. rosewood is a 5*
Review by trvlwrld

Source: tripadvisor

I was a guest of this hotel in December and I had a dinner at the restaurant service on the top floor. The receptionist (Camila) was very friendly and kind during the booking and we especially liked Rebecca's service during our dinner. You have a very professional staff. The overnight stay and the room were also excellent, very classy. We'll be back!
Review by Ale2597

Source: tripadvisor

I’ve visited the spa at Rosewood London in the past but this was my first time staying at the hotel and it certainly won’t be the last. Everyone I encountered was very helpful and welcoming I really can’t fault the service, from Magda at reception to Denise in the spa. Everything was exceptional and nothing was too much trouble. I visited on my own but it felt like I wasn’t there solo as everyone chatted to me and was friendly. I would definitely recommend and can’t wait to be back!
Review by SVSpence6

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Treated my mum to a birthday tea. Incredible experience, great service, and amazing desserts. Well priced for the quality. They even brought a special cake for my mum's birthday. The best afternoon tea in London I've had.
Review by Helen Hillyard

Source: www.booking.com

This review is for the security staff and the loading bay manager. I deliver to this place regularly and must admit they are some of the coolest guys I come across on my night shift. Always willing to help me get my boxes through the door and constantly telling me I need to slow down I work too hard. Just all round genuinely nice people.
Review by Sam Wilkin

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We had a great stay at Rosewood London. The edifice is admittedly imposing when you pull up under the arch at the entrance, but in the best way. Externally staid and formal, our experience at the hotel was anything but. We found everyone on staff to be profoundly cordial and approachable. We spent some long days exploring London and returning to the Rosewood each night was a most welcome respite. I expected small rooms and cramped baths in so stately a European hotel but our room was contrarily spacious and easily fit the king bed and a foldaway.
Although I generally avoid hotel restaurants when visiting a city with as many options as London, jetlag found us downstairs at The Pie Room one night and it was a shockingly good brasserie. If you're in the neighborhood, just eat there regardless of your accommodations. We invited some local friends to the hotel for a post-workday (for them!) happy hour and they were surprised a restaurant/bar so good lay hidden just a few blocks from their offices.
Review by Steve Engle

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Beautiful decor. Surprisingly bad customer service - pushed into a miserable side room for a walk-in coffee when the hotel was <50% occupancy, and follow-up on feedback was to push back, defend and blame time of day (11am) rather than resolve and move forward.
Review by Anonymous person

Source: www.tripadvisor.com


Location Set near Covent Garden, Rosewood London is an ideal base for experiencing the exhilarating British capital. Stepping out into the heart of the city, guests enjoy easy access a range of luxury boutiques and a dizzying array of restaurants, from traditional British ale houses to Michelin-starred dining. The hotel is also mere moments from a wealth of cultural hotspots, such as the British Museum, Royal Opera House and Theatreland Rooms Rooms in four 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. All are spacious, with big comfy beds, two armchairs and a table. There's a good range of glassware, to go with the DIY cocktail kits. Higher category rooms offer complimentary snacks and soft drinks in the minibar; a really nice touch. In my Grand Premier room I could find a Nespresso machine but no kettle. Storage space is plentiful, with robes provided and slippers brought at turndown. Big marble bathrooms have lots of mirrored surfaces; mine had an indulgent double-ended sunken tub as well as a huge walk-in rain shower. Czech & Speake toiletries are top notch - foamy shampoo, conditioner and shower gel, soap and body lotion, as well as all the little kits you could possibly need. Food & drink The Holborn Dining Room is an Art Deco, brasserie-esque space with high-end touches such as oversized flower displays and glam lighting. Quirky touches come in the form of tweed topping on red leather banquettes and staff wearing tartan trousers. The bar stocks more than 500 gins; taking a recommendation (including tonic pairing) is your best bet. The sommelier also makes good suggestions. A starter of scallops was interestingly accompanied with red and yellow beetroot (£17), while fried squid (£10) was perfectly crispy. Mains are more pedestrian (essentially a grill menu, with burgers and fish options), but my catch of the day, hake, with squash and wild mushrooms (£21), was delicious, and a sirloin steak (£32) appeared genuinely medium-rare. Truffle parmesan fries and Chantenay carrots (both £5) are good sides, and the homemade sourdough is on point. Desserts (£9) are all heavy English puddings, save for a panna cotta with raspberries, pistachios and almonds that didn't wow, and a surprise hit in the form of the ice cream selection, with creative flavours including Cornflakes (using milk from overnight soaking) and rhubarb and champagne sorbet (£7). Breakfast here is completely à la carte. Bircher muesli (£6) was very tasty, with a strong orange zest flavour, but unattractively presented in a large soup bowl; unlike the 'Mira Manek' special of saffron blossom honey compote with cinnamon granola, which arrived in a cute Mason jar. My eggs florentine (£14) was unremarkable, the hollandaise lacking the same punch that was missing from the Béarnaise accompanying the steak at dinner. For suite guests, the Mirror Room menu has more exciting options including lobster Benedict (£30). Be sure to visit the atmospheric Scarfes Bar for a pre- or postprandial cocktail (from £17), and if you're lucky, some live jazz.


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