Enjoy the luxury of the Athenaeum on your London trip


As most of us know, a trip to London can often be hectic and very tiring. We love the big city, but it really is a place that’s always on-the-go. With this in mind, you want to stay somewhere that you can truly relax. The luxurious Athenaeum hotel is perfect for weary travellers looking for a bit of added bliss after a long day in the capital.

Overlooking London’s Green Park, the Athenaeum is in the ideal location. With the royal parks and boutiques of Bond Street right on your doorstep, you can easily reach all of your favourite attractions right in the heart of the city. And with an exclusive room upgrade, priority early check in and late check out, you’ve all the more time (and space) to enjoy it. Afternoon tea at the Athenaeum has been voted the best in London, so you won’t want to miss out. Also, the renowned whisky bar stocks over 300 varieties, which any whisky lover will certainly want to take advantage of.

Located in Mayfair, the Athenaeum is moments from Park Lane, where Hyde Park and Green Park meet. From here, it’s a 9 minute stroll to Buckingham Palace, with Westminster Abbey and the river just beyond. Lined with galleries, shops and destination restaurants, the streets of Mayfair provide ample opportunity for boutique shopping and fine dining. The hotel itself is an eye-catching feature in the area, with an eight storey vertical garden and stunning art deco detailing.

For a longer stay, 18 serviced apartments are also available. These enjoy the privacy of their own front door, allowing you to come and go uninterrupted as you please. For some added luxury, pay a visit to the glorious spa and let yourself really be immersed in relaxation after a busy day seeing the sights.

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