Luxury Hotels in London Offer Great Dining Options

You may feel a bit overwhelmed when trying to decide where to dine in London. However, even among the number of dining choices, two luxury hotels stand out as places you must visit. Both Jumeirah Carlton Tower and The Savoy offer delicious restaurant options which are certain to please your taste buds.

The Jumeirah Carlton Tower offers four different restaurants for your mood and palette. The Club Room is located on the 9th floor and is the perfect place to lounge after a long day or a hearty workout. Providing refreshing cocktails and snacks, the Club Room also hosts a healthy buffet from 12-3pm daily. However, if you’re looking for more of a sophisticated venue, The Chinoiserie provides upscale afternoon tea from 3-6pm daily with a gourmet menu courtesy of Eric Lanlard from Baking Mad. Their newly renovated Rib Room Restaurant indulges in traditional British cuisine as well as a selection of over 500 wines and champagnes. Head Chef Ian Rudge is there to tailor menus to your specific tastes. Lastly, the GILT cocktail lounge is a place for fashionable elegance and cocktails. Open until 3am, this night lounge features cool vibes and guaranteed intimacy. For more

information, please visit the Jumeirah Carlton Tower website.

The Savoy gives new life to the art of afternoon tea. The Beaufort Bar is the Savoy’s newest addition that revels in old-fashioned glamour. This bar makes tea indulgent by putting your relaxation first — after all, you are on vacation. The ArtDecadent Tea provides chilled champagne to start, and ends with “Tipsy Tea” cocktails. Tasty treats like scones with cream and jam and sugary pastries are also there for your temptation. This lazy tea experience is offered on Sundays from 2:30-6:30pm. During the week, there are other fine dining options offered such as traditional tea Thames Foyer, French cuisine at the River Restaurant, Gordon Ramsay Holding’s Savoy Grill, as well as recently named World’s Best hotel bar American Bar. For more information, please visit The Savoy website.

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