Hotel Vicinity:Nearest: Tube Station: Hyde Park Corner 211 yards (192 metres), Railway Station: London Victoria 0.7 miles (1.1 km), DLR Station: Tower Gateway 3.4 miles (5.4 km), Motorway: M4 Junction 1 5.6 miles (9 km). Located on the south west corner of Mayfair by Hyde Park Corner and Piccadilly. The Four Seasons London Hotel is within central London and in a sought after area. Mayfair is among the most expensive areas in the UK for property and is favoured by large corporations for their head offices mixed with residential accommodation for the mega rich and top class shopping. The hotel is by the start of Piccadilly which runs down to Piccadilly Circus which we consider the very centre of London in practical terms. Along Piccadilly are many shops, restaurant an places of interest. Shops here include Fortnum and Mason, with the likes of St James's Church and the Royal Academy of Arts. Within Mayfair is Bond Street where people flock for its quality fashion and jewellery while just off of Bond Street is Saville Row with its reputation for selling the best in suits and men's clothing. The northern border of Mayfair is marked by Oxford Street which has a huge variety of shops and stores and is one of the highest densities of shops in Europe. Just on the opposite side of Hyde Park Corner is the large open area of Hyde Park and the upmarket area of Knightsbridge, perhaps best known for being home to the Harrods department Store. Nightlife is all around but but at its best just the other side of Regent Street which is just over half a mile to the east. The hotel is within a small triangular area at the end of Park Lane where no less than 7 5 star hotels can be found within 300 yards of this spot. Buckingham Palace which itself is between two parks, Green Park and St James's Park, is 0.4 miles to the south. You approach it via Constitution Hill which runs from Hyde Park Corner.
Hotel in Detail:Following its multi-million pound refurbishment at the end of 2010 the Four Seasons London Hotel at Park Lane is now a bright and contemporary luxury hotel balancing eclectic British sophistication and sleek modern style. Offering top levels of service this lavish hotel is AA 5 star rated. Drawing on Hyde Parks green open spaces for inspiration. Interiors of the hotel are chic in style and have a lively feel with lots of natural daylight.
AccommodationThere are 45 suites that range from one bedroom to three bedrooms and some have a fireplaces and private terrace. The decor is bright and airy. Bedrooms feature rich wood panelling with walnut veneer or sycamore panels and tartan draperies. Bathrooms are finished in marble and have brushed steel furnishings, walnut and marble cabinets and integrated television. Slippers and bathrobes supplied.
Guest rooms come with a 42-inch (107-centimetre) LCD television with on demand movies, wired and wireless Internet access, guest-controlled in-room management system for lighting and air conditioning, seating area, media player connection, DVD player, hairdryer, laptop size safe, IPod dock, games console, multi line direct dial telephone and mini fridge/bar.
The following items can be request: Fax machine, torch, Humidifier and air ioniser, Hypo-allergenic bedding, laptop, printer, Iron and ironing board, Orthopaedic pillows
Twice-daily housekeeping service with evening ice delivery. Extensive 24 hour room service menu.
Premier Rooms: Located on the fourth to ninth floors with views of Hyde Park or Westminster.
Size: 35m2, 377 sq.ft.
Deluxe Rooms: Located on the third to ninth Size: 35m2, 377 sq.ft.
Superior Rooms: Located on the third to ninth floors with views of Hyde Park or Westminster.
Size: 25m2, 269 sq.ft.
Standard Rooms: Located on the third to ninth Size: 25m2, 269 sq.ft.
Dining:The Four Seasons Park Lane has developed a new ethos for its restaurant where the idea if to move away from the normal formal dining found in many hotels to one where guests will find a comfortable welcoming area and a menu that caters for both high end dining and more keenly priced options for casual dining. This style extends to the wine list where rare high priced options ar4e complemented by cheaper priced options.
Amaranto is divided into 3 clearly separate areas which encompass the restaurant, lounge and bar.
A warm and vibrant environment with wood panelling and rich colours, extending to a sun-filled glass conservatory and al fresco dining in the private garden overlooking Park Lane. Urban dining is served up with an extensive a La Carte menu featuring light Italian cuisine. For more intimate affairs, a private dining room seats up to eight guests. The restaurant has entrances both within the hotel and directly from the street.
58 seat capacity plus 20 more on the terrace.
Open: 7:00 till 11:00, noon till 14.00, 18.00 till 22.30.
A social destination with a clubby feel enhanced by a chrome-and-glass wine display, coffered wood ceiling and sofa-like banquette. Separated from the restaurant by a two-side fireplace. Throughout the day and evening, guests can enjoy a selection of creative snacks, cocktails and light dining options. Features a tall wine-tasting table for 10, along with stools at the bar counter. Glass-fronted wine walls line both sides of the room, showcasing a large, predominantly Italian collection of fine wines.
Open: 07.00 till midnight.
Exuding warmth and style while being bright and airy, Amaranto Lounge is an ideal spot to meet for morning coffee, or light meals and refreshments throughout the day. Choose from a light Italian all-day-dining menu, or enjoy Afternoon Tea with two options to choose from: Traditional English Afternoon Tea or The Amaranto Afternoon Tea, with its Italian twist. The lounge features three separate salons, ranging from a soaring two-storey space with a grand piano to more intimately scaled living rooms.
Breakfast: 07.00 till 11.00, Lunch: noon till 14.00, Afternoon Tea: 14.00 till 18.00, Dinner: 18.00 till 22.30
ServicesThe Four Seasons London Park Lane offers a 24 hour business entre where a range of IT services are available.
On the top floor (10th) with a full 360 degree view over the surrounding local areas is the Urban Spa. There are nine treatment rooms including one double suite with 180 degree views. Each treatment room is accompanied by its own individual relaxation pod. Other amenities here include a skylit vitality pool, steam rooms and saunas with floor-to-ceiling windows. Spa lunches served in the spas own chic lounge. Alongside the spa there is a fully equipped gymnasium with a range of cardio and resistance machines along with free weights. Gym is open 24 hours.
Bedroom Numbers: 192 / of which 45 are suites / 11 floors
Check-in: 15.00 (3 pm)
Check-out: 12.00 noon
Parking:Private parking is available on site and costs £60 per day.
Internet:Complimentary wireless internet access throughout.
More hotels from this chainOf course you may well prefer to stay with the Four Seasons chain take a look at these hotels close by:
Four Seasons Hotel Trinity Square: is 3.2 miles (5.1 km) away, has a guest satisfaction score of 91% and rates start from about £450.
Compared to other London hotels: This hotel has been rated 99% by past guests. The London average is 80% and the average for 5 star hotels is 89%. Therefore this hotel is well above average for its sector (star rating) and for London as a whole. Four Seasons Hotels across the chain average 93% so this hotel is one of the better rated Four Seasons hotels.
Milesfaster ranking: 10th from 865 London hotels, 1st of 2 Four Seasons Hotels, and 7th of 131 five star rated hotels.
Another to Consider: Also close by and a similar hotel (0.0 miles, 0.0 km) would be the 5 star Intercontinental London park Lane, whose lowest rates start at about £225 and which has an 89% guest satisfaction rating.Looking for lower base rates? Then another option might be the Lord Milner Belgravia. 0.7 miles away (1.1 km), achieving a rating of 82% by its past clients where rates start from approximately £110.
Howabout selecting an alternative hotel by its higher guest rating? In that case the 5 Star 41 Hotel may be one too look at. The 41 Hotel is only 0.5 miles (0.8 km) away. The 41 Hotel has a perfect unblemished customer rating 100%, a truly stunning achievement.
Local hotels analysed:The fifty hotels that are closest to this location (Hamilton Place, W1 postcode) which we list extend for a 0.6 miles (1.0 km) radius. Consisting of 35 five star hotels (average rating 89%), 13 four star hotels (average rating 82%) and 3 three star hotels (average rating 54%). Of the 50 local hotels top rated is 41 Hotel (5 star) at 100%.
Base Rates: We show you the average starting rates (base rates) in the area and break it down by star rating. Trouble with this is that base rates do not include special offers and limited low rate deals. However they remain a useful guide to general rates.
For the fifty one local hotels we hold base rate data on all of them. The average base rate when considering all hotels in the surrounding area is £335 per night. Starting from £74 at Park Lane Mews Hotel (4 Star, 65%) with top rates of £866 at Bulgari Hotel London (5 Star, 91%). Rate averages listed by star level: Five Star average: £415, Four Star average: £175 and Three Star average: £88.
We rank hotels based on their guest rating but balanced for their influencing factors. We have ranked Four Seasons Hotel Park Lane 2nd (joint) of 50 nearby hotels and 2nd (joint) for the 35 five star hotels in the area. Our ranking for sheer lowest base rates is 43rd of 51 (27th of 35 five star hotels.). We calculate an overall ranking combining the rates and rating scores. This hotel ranks 13th of 48 for pure value for money (41 Hotel was top).
Travel and Leisure magazine:
Europe top 100: 2007, 2009
Tea Council award for excellence 2007, 2008 (The Lounge), 2012, 2013
Condé Nast Gold List:
2012: Best For service
2008: Runner-Up top UK business hotel
2007: Gold status for Location 2005: Top UK business hotel, gold status for service.
Forbes Top 400: 2008. 2007
five star rated 2014
The Four Season Hotel underwent a £70 million pound refurbishment project starting in last quarter of 2008 and lasting for 2 years. This was the biggest renovation the hotel had undergone since it opened and involved being stripped right back to its internal structure. The project saw a new two-story extension to the North West elevation, on the ground level a black granite porte cochere , internal gardens, restoration of the double height Atrium, a grand staircase, a rooftop extension, a rooftop spa and new lift cores. Pierre-Yves Rochon was the interior designer and Reardon Smith handled the design development. Eric Parry Associates designed the rooftop spa. The end result was a drop in bedroom capacity from 219 to 192 and an increase in the number of suites from 29 to 45.
In November 2007 44.4% shareholders Kingdom Holding Co. sold its stake for $146.7 million to a group of investors that Bill Gates.
Originally opened in 1970 as the Inn on the Park - Mayfair, under which name it won the Egon Ronays Lucas guide Hotel of the year 1987.