The Cavendish London
4 star hotel
81 Jermyn Street,
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Our take on The Cavendish London
The Cavendish London is a thoroughly modern reincarnation of the original Cavendish Hotel, which was once owned by the "Queen of Cooks," Rosa Lewis. It's said that King Edward VII was quite enamored with her cooking, and it seems that's just one of the legacies that lives on in the delicious dining options offered at The Cavendish London. Aside from the culinary delights, the hotel offers spectacular views of the London cityscape, and boasts a prime location just off Piccadilly. Rooms are comfortably luxurious, featuring flatscreen TVs, natural toiletries in the Villeroy & Roch-designed bathrooms and plush beds. When you're ready to venture out, world-class shopping, dining and entertainment are all within walking distance. The Cavendish London is a class-act all around, and "Queen" Rosa would undoubtedly be proud.
Insider Tips on the Best Rooms at this Hotel
Superior rooms tend to be the quietest.
Rooms with a View
The hotel is the tallest building in the neighborhood, and offers sweeping views of the city skyline from floors 9 and up. For a particularly nice view, consider booking a Superior room and request the Westminster view.
If your budget allows, you may want to spring for one of the two Penthouse Suites on the 15th floor -- from there, you'll see the entire London skyline.
Junior Suites are also located on the floor 15 and offer a lot of space, but they don't offer the Westminster views (you'll still see about half the city).
There are no rooms that run larger for their category.
Floor Plan and Room Views
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Rooms ending in *0, *2, *3, *4, and *5 offer views of Dover Street.
As the hotel is surround by buildings of similar height, there aren't any real views to be enjoyed.
Most views are obstructed by surrounding buildings; however, Welbeck St. can be seen from rooms on any floor.