Luxury and tradition meet at The Corinthia. A top-hatted doorman greets guests at this 1885 property centrally located in one of the world's most cosmopolitan cities.
Walk through the doors of The Corinthia into a soaring atrium with beautiful chandeliers and opulence on display.
Rooms offer views of the bustling city or a Juliette balcony overlooking the beautifully landscaped inner courtyard. Tropical rain showers come standard in the spacious marble bathroom with under-floor heating for those cool, rainy days.
The Whitehall Suite overlooks the Great Scotland Yard, and the Trafalgar Suite looks directly over the iconic square. The curved wall of the River Suite offers 180-degree views of the River Thames, the London Eye, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and the South Bank, making it feel like a prestigious residence in one of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner is offered at a range of luxury restaurants at The Corinthia. The Northall’s menu consists of fresh and seasonal British fare with ingredients produced by local artisans. As you dine, admire the plush burnt orange leather and the mirrored panels in the dining room.
Take a culinary trip to Italy in the stylish Massimo Restaurant & Bar. Statuesque Corinthian columns, globe light fittings, and glossy marbles make this one of the most romantic restaurants in London. Afternoon tea is served in fine china sets alongside cakes and scones in the Crystal Moon Lounge. On a pleasant day, sit al fresco to enjoy thisquintessential British tradition.
Live music is enjoyed in Bassoon, a bar that echos the spirit of the 1920s, while the Northhall Bar is the epitome of chic. Sip on a glass of champagne, wine, or beer while nibbling on an apertif. The house gin and vodka is distilled in London and the craft beer is brewed a few miles downriver.
The Corinthia’s spa offers unique services that focus on a holistic approach to well-being. Traditional Chinese acupuncturists, herbalists, personal trainers, and spa professionals convene here amidst its 17 treatment rooms. A vitality pool, sauna, and sleep pods are all meant to relax guests and encourage mindfulness.
Centrally located, The Corinthia is within walking distance to Trafalgar Square, the shops and restaurants of Covent Garden, and the musicals and shows of London’s theatre district.Request Information