Opened by renowned hotelier César Ritz in 1906, The Ritz still retains all the excitement and glamour synonymous with this legendary hotel. The 136 guestrooms combine Louis XVI-style interiors with modern technology, while fine dining facilities include the magnificent Michelin-starred Ritz Restaurant, the opulent Palm Court for afternoon tea, and the stylish Rivoli Bar. The Ritz is not only a paragon of luxury however; famous guests have included Charlie Chaplin, Sir Winston Churchill, the Queen and author Evelyn Waugh, making it an important part of London history.
Top suite: The Prince of Wales Suite
A beautiful apartment-style penthouse, this suite includes its own hallway and cloakroom, two bedrooms, a dining room, a drawing room, a butler’s kitchen and two marble bathrooms. The bedrooms feature delicate period woodwork and each of the two bathrooms has a bath-controlled TV. Truly, a suite fit for royalty.