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Rosewood Hotel London Photo Tour Review
There was a market within the stunning courtyard.
Rosewood Hotel London Photo Tour Review
The stunning hotel courtyard hosting a market.
Rosewood Hotel London Photo Tour Review
Your first impression on entering the building is the stunning copper walkway.
Rosewood Hotel London Photo Tour Review
The lobby is dominated by copper leaf and dark furniture.
Rosewood Hotel London Photo Tour Review
The concierge desk within the hotel lobby.
Rosewood Hotel London Photo Tour Review
The very realist bulldog Winston, guards the hotel lifts.
Rosewood Hotel London Photo Tour Review
The bedroom decor is surprisingly simple considering the drama elsewhere in the hotel.
Rosewood Hotel London Photo Tour Review
The striped carpet and dark furniture contrast with the stark bare walls.
Rosewood Hotel London Photo Tour Review
We felt that the TV seemed like an after thought.
Rosewood Hotel London Photo Tour Review
The furniture is very tasteful.
Rosewood Hotel London Photo Tour Review
The bedside Geneva sound system is excellent.
Rosewood Hotel London Photo Tour Review
The tea and coffee facilities.
Rosewood Hotel London Photo Tour Review
The bathroom is a dramatic place full covered in mirrors, dark wood, copper and marble.
Rosewood Hotel London Photo Tour Review
A mixture of marble, black wood and tinted mirror panels make a statement in the bathroom.
Rosewood Hotel London Photo Tour Review
The mirror panels and tinted glass theme carries through to the shower.
Rosewood Hotel London Photo Tour Review
The excellent Rosewood toiletries.

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Harry Boadsmead November 27, 2015 at 12:52 pm

Excellent coverage! Thank you for sharing. Would you recommend this over the Shangri-La at the Shard?

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Louise B
Louise B November 27, 2015 at 12:59 pm

Thank you Harry. That’s a tough one. The Rosewood and the Shangri-La are two very different hotels. As a tourist visiting London for the first time, I would be inclined to recommend the Shangri-La. The views are iconic and it’s always a novelty to stay inside a landmark. However, the Rosewood is far more sympathetic to its surroundings than the Shangri-La. The d├ęcor and ambience feels far more British and the architecture of the building is very charming. Both locations are excellent but the Rosewood is better suited to nights out in the West End while the Shangri-La is better for attractions such as Tower Bridge, Borough Market and the Tower of London. I know that doesn’t answer your question directly but I hope it helps you to decide.

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Link May 23, 2016 at 3:11 pm

Hi. Does Rosewood still have smoking bedrooms, and if so, is it possible to get a wheelchair accessible smoking room? Starting to plan a trip to London for my hubby s birthday and he wants both as a smoker and wheelchair user, but I think he ll have to choose. Which is possible.

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Louise Brain
Louise Brain May 26, 2016 at 5:38 pm

Hello. I’ve got good news for you. The Rosewood London does have wheelchair accessible, smoking rooms. They are very responsive via email so drop them a message on london.reservations@rosewoodhotels.com or call +4420 7781 8888. They will be delighted to assist you with a reservation. I hope you have a wonderful time. If you need any more advice on your trip to London, please email me on admin@avoovo.com. Our advice is free and completely non-biased.

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nhentao.net April 15, 2017 at 1:21 am

After our stay in the Rosewood Beijing, we had high hopes for this property, and decided to stay here in lieu of our current favorite London hotel.

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