THE RUBENS HOTEL, LONDON


TRH_Exr3Luxury is cheap, aristocracy comes with a class and character. There is no dearth of people visiting the great city of London with an aim to enjoy the British luxury, but if you have a desire to be distinguished and have a classy taste that osmoses the royalty of British Empire, no matter what is the purpose of visiting this historic city, you would look to stay on Buckingham Palace Road.
TRH_Exr1 TRH_Exr2The Rubens Hotel is the only hotel that not merely is located centrally but is standing tall with its incomparable hospitality in front of the Buckingham Palace to make sure you wade not only in the luxury that is second to none but you also wallow in augustness of the kind that is a sheer imagination to many. The Rubens Hotel is a perfect combination of aristocratic grandeur, serene comfort, and traditional hospitality, blended with the latest technology.
TRH_Rooms1 TRH_Rooms2Built in 1912, The Rubens Hotel was taken over by the Red Carnation Hotels in 1997 to witness the golden past be enliven in the present era with the same charisma and royal character. Known as a high street hotel and one of the most rated four-star hotels in London, the Rubens Hotel brings you the kind of London from across the Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace that many regular visitors may never have witnessed in their lifetime. TRH_Rooms4

Dubbed as the second home to many affluent people that regularly visit the palace, The Rubens Hotel treats each guest as a special guest of Britain in its 143 deluxe guest rooms, 8 royal rooms, 10 luxurious suites and two beautiful serviced apartments. The luxurious Rubens Hotel embodies the British hospitality by seamlessly blending the traditional elegance with the latest modern amenities.
TRH_Rooms5 TRH_Rooms6Each of the rooms and suites offers interactive TV, a huge selection of on-demand movies, a music library, DVD player, a great collection of DVDs, and iPhone dock for your endless entertainment. Artistically decorated and beautifully furnished rooms and suites were given meticulous attention to the last detail to ensure each of the guests find their own type of comfort and is treated with individual luxury.
TRH_Lounge1 TRH_Lounge2Rich fabrics, fine furniture, and modern amenities create three unforgettable escapist moods. Each of the rooms and suites features its own sofa sitting area and bed settings allowing guests to relax in luxurious style. Besides a 24-hour room service, guests would be luxuriating in daily canapé service, evening turndown service, hairdryers, iron, ISD telephone service, tea and coffee making facilities, electronic safe, plush bathrobes, and Deluxe toiletries.
TRH_Lounge4 TRH_Lounge3With two restaurants, a separate lounge, two bars, including the intimate Leopard Champagne Bar, and 24-hour room service, The Rubens gives diners plenty of choice for every occasion – from cocktails to light snacks, traditional English Afternoon Tea, and fine dining. There is no better place to enjoy this treasured English tradition than in Palace Lounge overlooking the Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace.
TRH_Exr4 TRH_Events3Enjoy an extensive buffet style carvery in the Old Masters’ Restaurant, or dine in the more formal Library Restaurant with sophisticated A La Carte classics. The pastry kitchen at The Rubens produces the freshest pastries and cakes. Bbar & Restaurant is a wonderful South African themed venue also run by the family-owned Red Carnation Hotel Collection. The two bars serve an impressive 110 wines from an eclectic list of old and new world producers including Bouchard Finalyson.
TRH_Events4 TRH_Events1We all know that there is no better place for holidays than the UK in the summer. What you didn’t know before was more than a luxury that London has to offer in the form of The Rubens’ Royalty. And, if you are aware of collectoffers.com, you will be saving the money for 1 night if you book hotel online for two or three days. So, think no further, but act and get yourself booked for the majestic stay in the city that is truly magnificent.TRH_Lounge5

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