Inside the £2,600-a-night hotel suites with private butlers and in-room bars02/25/2020
A UK hotel has unveiled some seriously glamorous new suites where guests can have access to private butlers, in-room bars, dedicated tailors and even personalised bedding.
The Biltmore Mayfair in London has unveiled eight brand new signature suites, with prices starting from £2,600 a night. Oh, and that's just on a room only basis.
(For those on a budget, we've searched out London's top cheap hotels instead).
Still, guests have access to a whole host of ridiculously glamorous perks, including having your own private butler to organise your itinerary and cater to your every whim.
Then there's the personalised embroidered pillowcases and monogrammed bathrobes to ensure that guests feel like they really are in a home away from home.
Fancy an in-room tipple? Forget a small fridge acting as a mini bar; in the Presidential Suite, you can find a two-metre-high 'Maxi Bar' cabinet complete with full-size bottles of champagne and premium wines and spirits, together with a selection of complimentary snacks and non-alcoholic beverages.
Bringing the kids along?
They get heaps of perks too including their own bathrobes and amenities, and even a mini bar filled with non-alcoholic drinks.
The suites are seriously lavish and boast swanky interiors from the living rooms and dining areas that look like they belong in a palace, to the elegant bedrooms and huge ensuite bathrooms.
But if that isn't enough opulence for you, then you can also try out the bespoke dress by designer Roland Mouret, designed exclusively for guests of the suite.
In fact, your butler can organise a private fitting of the dress – because why bother going to a shop when a dedicated tailor can come and fit you in the comfort of the suite?
However, the dress doesn't come as part of the package – guests who want to buy it will need to fork out an extra £1,450.
The eight suites offer everything from a one-bedroom duplex complete with a private terrace, to a plush Chairman Suite or the awe-inspiring Presidential suite.
Then of course the rest of the hotel is just as glamorous, offering up a state-of-the-art gym, fine dining restaurants, a Tea Lounge and a terrace – all overseen by Jason Atherton and Head Chef Paul Walsh.
Klaus Kabelitz, General Manager, The Biltmore Mayfair, said: "The Biltmore Mayfair is fast becoming one of London’s most desirable hotels, and these signature suites are set to provide an exclusive sanctuary for our discerning guests.
"Each suite is entirely unique, both in regard to design and personality. All, however, have spaciousness as a key consideration – a true luxury and rarity in central London".
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