Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane

A luxurious art deco address
Located in London's exclusive Mayfair neighborhood, Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane offers a glamorous setting and some of the city's most polished service. The landmark hotel recently reopened after a complete renovation, which saw the amply sized guest rooms refreshed with muted, sophisticated neutral palettes and updated technology.

In the lobby, you'll be greeted with glittering chandeliers and a coral red piano, while the luxe tenth floor arrival lounge offers gorgeous views of Big Ben and the London Eye, not to mention showers (for those who arrive before check-in), and refreshments like Nespresso coffees and pastries.

Many of the guest rooms at this bold, art deco-style hotel have private balconies that overlook Green Park, and the hotel’s amazing hot chocolate menu will make you think twice about your usual morning coffee.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • The Five-Star hotel is convenient to Harrods and Harvey Nichols, as well as other high-end stores, so guests can and should take advantage of London’s premier shopping.
  • If you arrive before regular check-in time, you’ll be whisked upstairs to the top floor of the luxury London hotel, where you can enjoy an espresso, pastries, log onto the Internet and even shower and change at your own leisure.
  • We love this distinctive lacquered grand piano, painted a shocking coral red color and positioned just outside Amaranto Lounge. Visit the hotel in the evening to hear live music as you sip on a cocktail.
  • Forget the omelets, and make hot chocolate a breakfast standby. Amaranto offers four varieties of Tonino Lamborghini Cioccolata, including classic, hazelnut, white and mint.
  • Many of the rooms at the Five-Star Four Seasons are appointed with small private balconies, allowing you to take in the view of the London Eye, Big Ben and the treetops of Green Park al fresco.
Things to Know
  • Take your time sauntering to your room — each corridor is lined with a lovely series of black-and-white glamour portraits of Golden Age Hollywood starlets.
  • The Five-Star hotel stands roughly even in height with its surrounding neighbors, so ask for a room on the eighth or ninth floor facing Big Ben and the Thames to ensure you have a great view.
  • Unless you’re planning to use the vitality pool in the spa, you won’t find a pool at the luxury hotel. 
The Rooms
  • The guest rooms at Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane have a contemporary, warm design, with earth tones and luxurious textures used throughout.
  • Lacquered walnut wood panels are used on the walls, purpose-built desk unit and closets, while brown tartan wool upholstery is used on the matching armchairs and curtains flanking floor-to-ceiling windows.
  • Black-and-white framed photographs behind the sitting chairs provide a sense of place, depicting close-ups of classical architectural elements around London, such as an ornately carved fountain urn and a triple-arched bridge on the Thames.
  • The plush beds at the Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane are a welcome retreat for weary travelers, with soft linens and pillows.
The Look
  • The Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane is designed with a modern twist on the art deco style, relying heavily on red and black tones and homages to both the modern and golden eras.
  • The Five-Star hotels’ lobby features white-veined black marble flooring and lit false ceilings, as well as red carpeting and a stunning crystal fringe chandelier.
  • Two-story draperies and oversized modern paintings add scale and grandeur to the lobby, which is softened by gentle up lighting and tableside lamps.
  • The elevator banks on guest room corridors appointed with black leather ottomans, shiny lacquered wood walls, overhead lanterns and black-and-white vases and sculptures, creating a striking modern area with warm lighting.
Getting There
Hamilton Place, Park Lane, London W1J 7DR
LHR (30-45 min)   LCY  
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