- Opened in 1906, The Ritz London is perfectly located in the heart of London overlooking the Royal Green Park and the world-famous Piccadilly, making it the perfect location for exploring one of the most vibrant cities in the world.
- Situated between the bustling Piccadilly and the calm oasis of Green Park, The Ritz has one of the most enviable locations in London.
- The iconic hotel is renowned for its quintessential British afternoon tea and the spectacular Michelin-starred Ritz Restaurant, often described as the most beautiful dining room in the world.
- The Ritz London has a Royal Warrant awarded by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales for Banqueting and Catering Services, the only hotel to receive such an honor.
- The world’s first and only hotel to be awarded a Royal Warrant by HRH the Prince of Wales for its services to banqueting and catering.
- Guests will enjoy “Live at The Ritz” in The Ritz Restaurant, enjoy gourmet dining to the sounds of a four piece band.
- The only hotel in London with The Ritz Club: a private members club and casino which is complimentary for all our guests.
- The Ritz London’s 136 rooms are dressed in Louis XVI neoclassical style with a dash of jazzy Art Deco. The elegant rooms range from simple to opulent, with well-stocked minibars, fireplaces, and Asprey bath products.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
As part of your experience why not travel in style in our iconic 8th generation Ritz Rolls-Royce Phantom EWB, built by hand in England in the manufacturer’s headquarters in Goodwood, Sussex, and custom made to our brand design. With its powerful silhouette, chrome detailing, leather interiors and bespoke Ritz blue, this car provides the quietest cabin Rolls-Royce has ever created with an exceptionally spacious suite, enhanced by discreet technology.
During your visit to the iconic royal palace, you can admire the lavishly decorated State Rooms which contain some of the most outstanding works of art in the Royal Collection. Some of them were used for the Royal Wedding reception of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. You can also watch the Changing of the Guards ceremony.
Probably the most iconic landmark of London, Big Ben is located at The Houses of Parliament in Westminster, next to the River Thames. Why not take a guided tour of The Houses of Parliament and discover 1000 years of history, politics and architecture.
The famous Coca-Cola London Eye is the world’s tallest observation wheel at 135 metres offering amazing 360-degree views of the British capital. Enjoy an ever-changing perspective of London. There are interactive guides in several languages, which will allow you to explore.
The Tower of London is a historic castle and fortress located on the north bank of the River Thames in central London where you can view priceless Crown Jewels. Join an iconic Beefeater on a tour and hear the fascinating history of the tower.
Get closer to your favourite celebrities by visiting Madame Tussauds and discover more than 300 life size wax replicas of celebrities and historic figures including Her Majesty The Queen, Marilyn Monroe and John Travolta. You can also go behind the scenes and see how the sculptors create these incredible wax figures and ride in a taxi at Madame Tussauds to relive the rich history of London.
For the perfect family day out, visit the fantastic ZSL London Zoo, opened in 1847, which includes more than 750 species. You can enjoy interactive experiences throughout the zoo, including Gorilla Kingdom and the Land of the Lions. Thanks to the fund generated by your ticket, the zoo protects endangered animals through their conservation programmes.
Founded in 1753, the British Museum’s permanent collection spans over two million years and displays world-famous objects such as the Rosetta Stone, Parthenon sculptures and Egyptian mummies. In addition to its fabulous permanent collection, you can enjoy exclusive temporary exhibitions throughout the year.
Just next to The Ritz, Royal Green Park is a tranquil area of nature, offering a quiet space to take a peaceful break from the busy city life. When staying at the hotel, you can walk across the park and arrive at Buckingham Palace.
Opened in 1906, The Ritz London is perfectly located in the heart of London overlooking the Royal Green Park and the world-famous Piccadilly, making it the perfect location for exploring one of the most vibrant cities in the world. Situated between the bustling Piccadilly and the calm oasis of Green Park, The Ritz has one of the most enviable locations in London. For over 110 years, it has long been the choice for royalty, aristocracy, dignitaries, and countless other discerning guests. The beautiful bedrooms and suites all feature Louis XVI–style interiors.
The iconic hotel is renowned for its quintessential British afternoon tea and the spectacular Michelin-starred Ritz Restaurant, often described as the most beautiful dining room in the world. The Ritz London has a Royal Warrant awarded by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales for Banqueting and Catering Services, the only hotel to receive such an honor. Young guests of The Ritz will remember getting dressed up and taking their first world famous Afternoon Tea with mummy and daddy or their first Ritz bathrobe and slippers, identical in all but size to that of their parent’s. A stay at The Ritz creates memories between families that will be cherished forever, rather than providing a distraction for children when travelling away from home.
Bedrooms and suites – salmon pink, rose pink, yellow and blue – have been restored in their original Louis XVI style (no ‘guest designers’ indulging themselves here, as in rival hotels). There are several signature suites with magnificent views, including the Green Park Suite, which displays a more contemporary feel, yet still traditionally furnished, with white walls and a soft purple colour pallette.
Superior Queen Room
Superior Queen Bed, 215SQF-20SQM, Louis XVI inspired interiors, complimentary Wi-Fi, calls and 4G mobile data.
Superior King/Twin Room
Superior rooms with a King Bed or Twin Beds offers luxurious accommodation with 260 SqFt /24 SQM of floor space. The high ceilings together with their ornate cornicing add to the feeling of space, comfort and style, making this an elegant, refined room for two. They have various views overlooking a London skyline with windows that open.
Executive King/Twin Room
Executive Rooms offer unbridled luxury with very spacious accommodation covering 325 SQF / 30 SQM of floor space. Like all the rooms at the Ritz, the 24carat gold leaf and antique Louis XVI furnishings serve to enhance the refined and graceful atmosphere of this most elegant room.
Executive Twin Beds
Executive Twin Beds,325SQF 30SQM, 24 Carat Gold Leaf and Louis XVI Inspired Furnishings, complimentary Wi-Fi.
Deluxe King/Twin Room
Along with beautifully restored antique furniture and lashings of 24 carat gold leaf, Deluxe King bedrooms offer guests 390SQFt / 36SQM of floor space in which to relax in the sitting area and enjoy the full splendour the Ritz has to offer. The sumptuous fabrics and furnishings are in the key Ritz colours of blue, peach, pink and yellow.
Junior Suite King/ Twin
Ideal for families, featuring period decorations such as original fireplaces, our Junior Suites offer sheer opulence with floor space of 495SQF/46SQM. These Junior Suites include a dedicated sitting area and walk in showers.Emphasis is on sheer luxury throughout with innovative features such as tented silk ceilings.
Superior Suite King/ Twin
Whichever Superior Suite you choose, you’ll experience a level of service afforded only by a ratio of over one member of staff to each room. These Suites feature lovingly restored antique furniture and rich furnishings. Original antique paintings add a further distinctive and highly individual touch. Up to 670 SQF / 62 SQM of floor space.
Deluxe Suite King/Twin
Deluxe Suites offer 860 sq. ft. (80m²) of living space divided amongst an exquisite bedroom and a regal drawing room. Some Deluxe Suites also feature two spacious bathrooms. With our Deluxe Suites providing unrivalled views of Green Park and Piccadilly. These suites can also be connected to Superior or Deluxe King rooms to create a two bedroom suite.
Deluxe Two Bedroom Suite
Two spacious bedrooms, large living room and an entrance hall creates a very private space within the hotel. These Suites offer views of Green Park or Piccadilly with up to 1,115 SQF / 104 SQM of floor space.Possibility to connect up to 6 rooms for up to 12 people, covering 2,795 SQF / 260 SQM.
Deluxe Suite King/ Twin
Piccadilly Suites offer beautiful one bedroom accommodation in the Ritz signature colours, with great views along Piccadilly. Offering both a private and guest bathroom. Green Park Suites have superb views over the park. The spacious sitting rooms enjoy views along Piccadilly. Complimentary WIFI, chocolates, fruit and bottle of Champagne on arrival. Max 4 pax. Floor space of 830SQF/77SQM.
Royal Suite - One Bedroom Signature Suite
In a delightful fusion of space and comfort, offering 1689 SQFt / 157 SQM, the duplex style Royal Suite has a spacious drawing room and separate dining room that could seat 10 at the mahogany diningroom table. With an office and views over GreenPark, it also features a hidden staircase leading to a beautiful, oval master bedroom, bathroom and dressing room.
Prince Of Wales Suite- Two Bedroom Signature Suite
A beautiful apartment style penthouse overlooking Green Park,this suite includes its own private hallway and cloakroom,two bedrooms,dining room,drawing room,butler’s kitchen and two marble bathrooms with televisions that could be controlled from the bath.Offering 1,900SQF / 185SQM of floor space,Butler service,interconnecting to Arlington Suite will accommodate 6 persons with 3 en suite bedrooms.
Executive Suite King/Twin
Executive Suite, 1 King or 2 Twin Beds, 670SQF 62SQM, Stall Shower, Separate Sitting room, complimentary Wi-Fi.
Trafalgar Suite, 80 SQM 861 SQFT, overlooking Green Park with complimentary Wi-Fi, calls and 4G data.
Named after the exceptional views over Piccadilly towards The Royal Academy, The Piccadilly Suite at (806 sq. ft. / 75 sq. m) provides a modern suite with a walk-in wardrobe and an exquisite marble sheet bathroom with under floor heating. Free Wi-Fi.
Two Bedroom Piccadilly Suite
Louis XVI interiors, silver leaf design, walk in wardrobe, Butler Service and a one way transfer in The Ritz Rolls Royce.1317 sq. ft. / 122 sq. m.
Green Park Signature Suite
The Green Park Suite 2 Bed Suite,1200 SQF, 111 SQM Dining room, Kitchen, Butler, Green Park View, 2 bathrooms.
Executive Chef John Williams joined The Ritz in 2004 and in October 2016 gained a Michelin Star for the first time, although the quality of his food has long reached that standard. “What makes me particularly proud” he says “is that the other grande dame London hotels that have stars for their restaurants are because of named, entrepreneurial chefs brought in to run them; they aren’t employees of the hotel, but I am, pure and simple, and proud to be”. His distinctive classical British dishes match their beautiful surrounding. Stand out dishes include langoustine with cauliflower and pickled onion, turbot with leeks, Oscietra caviar and champagne sauce and crêpes suzette, flambéed at the table. Head Sommelier Giovanni Ferlito’s wines – and his knowledge – complement the food.
The Ritz Restaurant
The Michelin-starred Ritz Restaurant is often described as the most beautiful dining room in the world. The finest of British ingredients are cooked using Escoffier-inspired classical recipes. The detail, presentation and service are second to none making it a truly memorable dining experience. Diners enjoy breath-taking views of The Royal Green Park Awarded: 1-Michelin Star.
The Palm Court
Afternoon Tea at The Ritz is a quintessential British experience. Enjoy a selection of 18 different types of loose leaf tea, finely cut sandwiches, freshly baked apple and raisin scones with strawberry preserve and clotted Devonshire cream, followed by a delectable selection of afternoon tea cakes and pastries.
The Rivoli Bar
The Rivoli Bar transports guests back to the glory days of 1920s Paris with its gilded glamour and timeless sophistication. The drinks menu features over 80 cocktails, including many of the signature martinis and Champagne cocktails for which The Ritz is renowned. The “Ritz 110”, which was created to celebrate the 110th anniversary of The Ritz London.
Fine dining does not get any better than our collection of private dining rooms designed to turn any occasion into the most unforgettable event. The hotel offers six private dining rooms, five of which are located in the impressive William Kent House, the elegant Grade II listed mansion adjoining the hotel. Retaining their original lavish Italian Renaissance style décor, this collection of stylish rooms is the perfect venue for birthdays, award celebrations, anniversaries, children’s parties, private dinners and other special occasions. Our private dining rooms are also ideal for holding business meetings.
From the doormen with their white gloves tucked into their epaulettes and the pair of bellhops who open the double doors to each arriving guest to the frock-coated flunkies, the white-coated barmen and the chambermaids in their pinnies and caps, staff are near faultless (though not perfect: expected help with bags was not forthcoming on arrival at the revolving front door). There are characters too. The old-school showmen-cum-concierges man their desk with bravado but always puts the guest first. Head concierge Michael de Cozar has held the job for 35 years; his father worked at The Ritz for 27 years and his brother also works there.
The Spa studio provides a wide range of treatments.