My wife and I visited here with another couple as we were attending the Festival of Rememberance. First impressions were very good and greeted by very curteous staff, as we arrived early the consierge took care of our bags until our rooms were ready. When we arrived back later that afternoon our bags were ready in our rooms which definately had the 'wow' factor. We had a look at our friends room which was decorated completely different which we thought was a good touch. The hotel was spotless and with handwritten notes welcoming us to the hotel. Breakfast was as good as you get from a large hotel, everything was fresh and displayed in an appealing way. All staff were helpfull and nothing too much trouble with The head consierge introducing us to the restaraunt next door with the recommendation for a Wagu beefburger which was top class. The only gripe was paying £22.50 for 3 black coffees and a cup of tea as at the end of the day its only boiling water and a few granules of tea/beans! saying that we probably will use this hotel again as its perfectly situated and we never once used the Tube all weekend.
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- Traditional, Edwardian-era hotel, originally built as a debutante hostel for nearby Buckingham Palace. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Rubens At The Palace Hotel London
- Rubens At The Palace London
- Rubens Palace