Seeing as my latest articles are all part of a Travel Wish List series to keep us engaged in travel during the Coronavirus outbreak, I feel like I can dream about staying in some of the best hotels in the world. So, on top of previewing some amazing cities and countries during this series, I also want to admire some of the most famous luxury hotels.
Starting with somewhere that I have always wanted to stay in the UK, today I am writing about The Ritz Hotel. Whenever I have been Christmas shopping in London, I have always popped into The Ritz to admire the enchanting tree and decorations. This hotel is pretty spectacular throughout the year though and it is just as popular during the summer months.
The hotel is known for being one of the best in London. In fact, many people consider it to be the ultimate five star destination and at the very top of the list of places to stay in the British capital. The hotel has wonderful history and it has welcomed Royalty and many famous faces for over 100 years.
Afternoon Tea is one of the most popular things to do during a stay at the hotel. You can also book this experience even if you are not a resident. This means that you can enjoy a taste of The Ritz London, without necessarily having to commit to a stay.
For me, a stay here is essential for anyone’s travel bucket list. They have some breath-taking suites and, although it is an expensive destination, you definitely won’t be disappointed. The quality of service and general amenities is second to none and the décor oozes class.
In addition to the incredible accommodation and restaurants, something very special about The Ritz London is the iconic 8th generation Rolls-Royce Phantom EWB. This was built by hand in England especially for the hotel and it flatters the property’s design.
If you book one of the Signature Suites, then you can make the most of an airport transfer experience within The Ritz Rolls-Royce Phantom. Now that really is a special way to start any holiday!
- Photos from The Ritz London. You can book here: https://www.theritzlondon.com/