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Rooms at The Royal Horseguards Hotel range in size from cozy single units to large executive suites and one tower suite with 270-degree views. Many rooms have features dating back to 1888, often with red and white curtains similar to the look of the Royal Guard. On the walls hang prints of famous places in the area such as the Ministry of Defense and Parliament. Rooms come with iPod docking stations, surround-sound speakers, flat-screen televisions in the bedrooms and bathrooms, and WiFi. Built into the wall are American plugs, as well as ones for the U.K. and elsewhere in Europe. Rooms for families with up to three adults are interconnected. All rooms at the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended hotel have desks that flip up into a mirror, coffee and tea kits, Hypnos beds (the Queen's bed of choice) made up with Egyptian linens, climate control, mini bars, room safes with a laptop/iphone charger, slippers, and for the little ones, a Royal Guard teddy bear and kid-size dressing gown they can take home.