Le Meridien Grosvenor House

86 - 90 Park Lane
  • Fitness Room
  • 24 H Room Service
  • Car Parking
  • Library
  • Restaurants
  • Wheelchair Accessible


Description



History

The Grosvenor House has a heritage on the grandest scale. Originally the London residence of Richard, the first Earl of Grosvenor in 1732, this estate featured the first Grosvenor Gallery to house the Earls magnificent collection of paintings as well as hosting famous glittering parties attended by aristocratic and royal families. But it was in 1927 that work on today’s Grosvenor House begun , when Park Lane was still a small country lane at the edge of Hyde Park. With an outstanding design by the great British architect, Sir Edwin Lutyen, the hotel began to take shape. Innovations and luxuries well ahead of their time were incorporated and the new Grosvenor House became the first Hotel in London to have ice cold drinking water in the Bathrooms. It featured a Gymnasium, Squash Courts, Swimming Pool ( most unusual for the time ), and also a grand Ice Skating Rink Housed in the Great Room, society’s favorite venue for eight decades. A painting of the Halloween Fancy Dress Carnival, attended by the Prince of Wales in 1930, still hangs proudly in the Lobby today.

 
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Rooms

Availability for:  1 Adults   01/08/2021 - 02/08/2021

No rooms found for selected dates and / or guest combination.

Triple Room


Twin Room Maximum 2 adults


Single Room



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