Exceeding expectations at every turn, this stunning and fully renovated hotel has a team who take genuine pride in delivering impeccable service. Overlooking Buckingham Palace and The Queens Gallery, within walking distance of Green Park and Victoria station. Enjoy delicious cuisine in the English Grill restaurant; authentic flavours in The Curry Room; live music in the New York Bar and a mouth-watering Royal Afternoon Tea featuring pastries influenced by royal tastes, including House of Stuart cupcakes and the Queen’s much-loved jam pennies. The Leopard Bar is the prefect retreat in the evening, offering over 150 different Champagne and 200 Whiskey choices.
Grand, impressive, elegant and resplendent, this regal hotel offers aristocratic grandeur in a property that once regularly played host to debutantes of George V’s royal functions. 151 rooms and 10 luxury suites are individually designed and feature royal gold and red velvet tapestries, rich brocade, Venetian mirrors and chandeliers to form a stunning setting. There are also two beautiful self-contained apartments with outdoor terraces for al fresco entertaining.
Enjoy fine British hospitality from a warm and engaging team who also roll out the red carpet for families and pets, with plentiful thoughtful touches including a dedicated ‘Director of Fun’.
Female Friendly features include:
Read our review of The Rubens at The Palace.
We are delighted to share that the Rubens at the Palace reopened to guests on the 4th July. Please note that limited food and beverage options are available: breakfast, bar food, and afternoon tea.
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Maiden Voyage assesses hotels for suitability for female-friendly certification based on a number of inspection criteria, looking at safety, comfort and well-being. All certified hotels must have two independent (separate) locks on each hotel door. If you’d like to have us assess your property, please send us a photograph of your hotels bedroom door locks in the first instance.