Information about Strathmore Hotel
Housed in a striking Victorian building that was once the residence of the Earl of Strathmore, the 4-star Strathmore Hotel is located close to the museums of South Kensington and the designer shops of Knightsbridge. The classically furnished rooms come with free wi-fi access, LCD TVs and en-suite bathrooms. A number of spacious meeting rooms are available if you’re travelling for business, while the Earl’s Restaurant serves a delicious array of international food and drink.
The magnificent colonial style of the Earl's Restaurant embodies the essence of Strathmore, an exquisite blend of Victorian grandeur and contemporary luxury. You can expect superb continental cuisine and discreet personal and attentive service.The spectacular Glamis Bar, softly lit by original chandeliers with a magnificent fireplace, detailed carved panelling and ornate cornices, all serve to create the perfect ambience in which to relax and enjoy an aperitif, cocktail, liqueur or to indulge in a traditional afternoon tea.
Services of Strathmore Hotel
- Cot on request
- High chairs
- Audio/visual equipment
- Bathrobe (on request)
- Broadband internet access
- 24 hour room service
- Modem Access
- Buffet breakfast
- Safety Deposit Boxes
- Night Porter
- In room computer
- Conference Rooms
- 24-hour room service
41, Queens Gate Gardens
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