Hotel accommodation near Renaissance Chancery Court Hotel London - London United Kingdom

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Renaissance Chancery Court Hotel London

General Description Situated in Holborn, a short walk from the shops and theatres of the West End and within easy reach of the River Thames and the City, Renaissance Chancery Court is ideally located for today's business and leisure guest. Set in a historic landmark building, Chancery Court boasts some of the largest guest rooms in London, all featuring new luxury bedding. Escape to the hotel's award-winning day spa, home to a gold-leafed relaxation room, or take advantage of the fully equipped Fitness Centre. The destination restaurant and bar, Pearl, showcases the modern French cuisine of Jun Tanaka paired with an extensive wine list. Renaissance Chancery Court is an impressive venue for meetings, events and weddings small or large, offering a spectacular 11,724 square-foot meeting and conference facility. Attractions Accenture Aldwych Theatre All Star Lanes Ascot Automat: Automat is an American Brasserie that draws on those facets of New York's cultural and social life so beloved by Londoners, presenting a brand new venue for relaxed, stylish dining. Barbican Centre Benares: Renowned for its subtle spicing and authentic flavors, Atul Kochhar's food is faithful to its origins but presented in a style in keeping with the deeply seductive surroundings , marrying tradition with daring modernity. Big Ben Blue Elephant: Step into the Blue Elephant in Fulham Broadway, and step into a delight for all the senses. In through a lush tropical jungle entrance and across a small bridge over a picturesque lily pond lies one of London?s most romantic Thai restaurants. Bond Street British Museum British Museum (0.2 mi) Buckingham Palace Buckingham Palace Cable and Wireless Calendar Girls, Noel Coward Theatre, West End Cambio de Tercio: Inspired by the large variety and richness of Spanish traditional cuisine, they have found a new way of working. Shorter cooking times, more delicate sauses and beautiful presentation, gives its cuisine a personal touch. Carnaby Street CC Bar: An elegant, historic setting to enjoy a large selection of cocktails and wines by the glass Chessington World of Adventures Christophers American Grill: Christopher's American Bar & Grill serves classic dishes from all over the United States with steaks its speciality. Situated in a Grade II listed Victorian building, this Covent Garden restaurant is something of an institution. Covent Garden Covent Garden Covent Garden Association Covent Garden Plaza Deloitte & Touche Drury Lane Theatre Ernst & Young Gannett Golden Tours Goldman Sachs Hakkasan: Chinese Michelin-starred Hakkasan still retains its glamorous love affair with Londoners who demand not only exquisite food but also chic surroundings on a night out. Harrods Harrods and Knightsbridge Holborn Underground Station Horrible Histories: Terrible Trenches at the Imperial War Museum Houses of Parliament Locanda Locatelli: Giorgio Locatelli?s Michelin-starred Italian restaurant is one of the most talked-about in town. The smart glass, wood and dim lighting make dining at Locanda Locatelli a truly sophisticated experience. London London Britain and Paris London Eye London School of Economics London's West End Love London Green Festival Madame Tussauds Merrill Lynch Museum Mile National Gallery of Art National Portrait Award 2009, National Portrait Gallery New London Theatre Nobu: One of Londons most fashionable restaurants, located over two floors. Nobu provides an imaginative fusion of excellent Japanese and South American cuisine in a relaxing and stylish setting. Old Baily Oxford Street Oxford, Bond and Regent Street Shopping Palaces of Westminster Pearl Restaurant & Bar: Modern French cuisine created by Executive Head Chef Jun Tanaka & wine list by Frederic Tanoh-koutoua, served in glamorous surroundings.An exquisite modern French menu changes seasonally and is complemented by the stunning surroundings of the restaurant. Pearl Restaurant and Bar Premium Tours Regents Street Rock Garden Bar Royal Albert Hall Royal Court of Justice Royal Opera House Rules: Famous for its game, most of which comes from John Mayhew's estate in Northern England, Rules also shows a mastery of other English dishes, both traditional and modern.It serves traditional British food, specialising in classic game cookery, oysters, pies Saf: The restaurant uses eco-friendly products as well as working directly with local suppliers to source our products. They are able to provide a standard of cuisine that is free from artificially processed ingredients. Sakenohana: The restaurant is spread over two floors, with a sushi bar downstairs and a resto and bar upstairs. Expect traditional raised platform seating and plenty of raw Japanese timber. The food is a modern take on rustic Japanese, using seasonal ingredients. Selfridges Shanghai Blues: Spacious and understated elegance are the hallmarks of Shanghai Blues, in a former library within a grade II listed building. The restaurant specialises in Shanghai Dim Sum and seafood, of which there is a vast range. Sir John Soane's Museum Sir John Soane's Museum (0.2 mi) Somerset House St Pauls Cathedral Sway Club Taste of London, Regent's Park Tate Modern Tate Museum The Ivy The London Bridge Experience The London Olympic Games 2012 The London Silver Vaults The Lounge: Enjoy exquisite cupcakes and traditional English afternoon tea daily including a range of international food served daily. The Lyceum Theatre The Narrow The Peacock Theatre The Proms 2009, Royal Albert Hall The State Rooms at Buckingham Palace The Strand Theatre The Tower of London Theo Randall Restaurant: The menu is made up of simple rustic dishes - unfussy yet utterly delicious, a million miles away from the complicated fancy fare you would normally expect to eat in Park Lane. Trafalgar Square Trafalgar Square Vanilla Black: Vanilla Black's approach to vegetable cuisine is not that of vegetarian in the traditional sense, but rather a passion for meeting the challenge of cooking without meat or fish. Victoria Coach Station Visit London on Business Reclaim 17.5% Wallace & Gromit Present a World of Cracking Ideas, Science Museum Warner Bros Waterloo Station Wembley Stadium Zuma: The restaurant has a sophisticated twist on the traditional Japanese style of informal eating and drinking. The menu contains both traditional as well as the lastest evolution of Japanese cuisine.
Address
252 High Holborn
City
City
London
Country
United Kingdom
5
Hotel Facilities
Business Center, Room Service, High-speed Internet, Fitness Room/Gym,
Restaurant, Parking, Swimming pool, Disabled Access, Concierge, Valet
Parking, Bar / Lounge, Elevator / Lift, 24 Hour Reception, Babysitting /
Child Services, Air Conditioned, Non-Smoking Rooms, Golf Course, Banquet
Facilities, Conference Room(s), Currency Exchange, Safe-Deposit Box, Sauna,
News Stand, Mini Bar, Cable / Satellite TV, Secretarial Service, In Room
Movies, Connecting Rooms, Wake-up Service, Meeting Rooms, Kitchenette,
Coffee / Tea Maker, Microwave, Hair Dryer, Modem / Data Port, TV, Laundry
service, Spa bath / Jacuzzi, Direct dial phone, Ballroom, Barber/Beauty
Shop, Shower, Bidet, Grab bars in bathroom, Ice Machine
Ratings
Stars:
5
Cleanliness:
5
Service:
5
Facilities:
4
Location:
5
Pricing:
4
Rooms:
5
Price (approx.)
GBP 155.00
 

 

 

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