When in London, it's hard not to get swept up in its royal atmosphere. The Ritz London embodies this regal spirit to perfection.

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Past guests of The Ritz London include Charlie Chaplin, Winston Churchill, and British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher who welcomed other world leaders here too. The hotel bears Prince Charles’s royal warrant and has also hosted many members of the royal family.

Located within the posh Mayfair neighborhood, The Ritz London is only a short stroll through Green Park away from Buckingham Palace.

The property is large with spacious rooms spread over seven floors. The style is is classic Louis XVI and has been an integral part of the identity since its debut in 1906. Expect floral patterns, pastel tones, crystal chandeliers dangling from high ceilings, and elaborate furniture and decor styles at The Ritz London. Feel like a queen at the pretty vanity. Soak in the traditional marble bathroom’s tub. As you ascend to the higher floors, you are gifted with park views.

Art Deco Lalique figures flank the walls of the bar, a departure from the classical regalia. In the evenings at The Ritz London, well-dressed guests follow the sound of live music to the Michelin-starred restaurant, a jewel box of mirrored walls, baroque chandeliers, a heavenly painted ceiling, and a golden statue of Neptune. On a warm evening, the terrace offers additional seating space. The menu features French-inspired options prepared with British seasonal ingredients.

Afternoon tea is served in the decadent Palm Court at The Ritz London. Nibble on an endless serving of cucumber, cheese, and dill sandwiches. A selection of 18 teas are served in silver pots, and delicious deserts include the sinful hazelnut and chocolate tart. Don’t forget to pack your suit and tie, as there is a dress code in place for this quintessentially British affair.

Of course The Ritz London isn’t the only place in London to indulge. Just a short stroll away you will find Fortnum & Mason where you can purchase some tea and treats to take back home.

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