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All Countries > United Kingdom > London > InterContinental LONDON PARK LANE

InterContinental LONDON PARK LANE
One Hamilton Place,Park Lane
London, WIV 0QY
Nightly Rates (382.80 - 1,086.26)   5 Star

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Property Description
Steeped in history, this London hotel was once the site of a royal residence. Now the epitome of contemporary elegance, the hotel is located just steps from Hyde Park and in view of Buckingham Palace. Enjoy people watching in our chic lounge or escape to our full-service spa. Savour the menu at Theo Randalls, voted the finest Italian in London or try Cookbook Caf offering a fresh, seasonal menu. Bike the Serpentine or stroll the South Bank, from County Hall to Borough Market.

InterContinental LONDON PARK LANE


Amenities
  • ATM/Cash machine

  • Accessible facilities

  • Air conditioning individually controlled in room

  • Baby sitting

  • Bathrobe

  • Bathtub

  • Beauty shop/salon

  • Bell staff/porter

  • CD player

  • Car rental desk

  • Casino

  • Cocktail lounge

  • Coffee/Tea maker

  • Color television

  • Complimentary newspaper in lobby

  • Concierge desk

  • Converters/ Voltage adaptors

  • Cribs

  • Currency exchange

  • DVD player

  • Desk with lamp

  • Direct dial telephone

  • Dry cleaning

  • Electrical adaptors available

  • Florist

  • Free newspaper

  • Gift/News stand

  • Hairdryer

  • High speed internet access for laptop in public areas

  • High speed internet connection

  • Housekeeping - daily

  • Housekeeping - weekly

  • Interior corridors

  • Internet access

  • Internet access

  • Ironing board

  • Late check-out available

  • Limousine service

  • Lounges/bars

  • Meeting rooms

  • Minibar

  • On-Site parking

  • Parking

  • Pay per view movies on TV

  • Private bathroom

  • Public area air conditioned

  • Restaurant

  • Room service

  • Safe

  • Safe deposit box

  • Satellite television

  • Separate closet

  • Separate line billing for multi-line phone

  • Shops and commercial services

  • Spare electrical outlet available at desk

  • Stereo

  • Sundry/Convenience store

  • Technical concierge

  • Tennis court

  • Transportation

  • Two-line phone

  • VCR player

  • Valet parking

  • Valet same day dry cleaning

  • Video games

  • Voice mail

  • Wireless internet connection

  • Wireless internet connection in public areas


  • Room Information
    Connecting rooms, Rollaway bed
    Meal included - lunch, Connecting rooms, Bidet, Rollaway bed

    Miscellaneous Information
  • British Pounds is the native currency. 

  • Check in time is 3:00 PM 

  • Check out time is 12:00 PM 

  • Time Zone is  GMT 

  • Opened in  1975 

  • 447  rooms. 

  • 60  suites. 

  • 8  floors. 


  • Restaurant Information
    Amaya  This award winning, Michelin Starred Indian restaurant is located a short distance from the Hotel in Belgravia. At Amaya, the tandoor, tawa griddle and the sigri charcoal grill are used to outstanding effect, and the best seats in the house are those faci Waterside Inn  Serving some of the best French cuisine this side of the Channel, the Waterside Inn is set in the quintessential village of Bray. The renowned Roux family offers an unforgettable experience, making the one hour journey worthwhile in every sense. Scott's  Located nearby in Mayfair, Scott's is a fashionable setting that serves outstanding seafood cuisine ranging from caviar to razor clams, oysters, spider crabs, sea bass and turbot. The wood panelling, modern art display and the bar create a sleek and conte The Ivy  The Ivy is a busy restaurant in the heart of Theatreland that attracts many celebrities. It serves simple yet modern British European cuisine and boasts a long and interesting wine list. Specialities include the perfectly gratinated shepherd's pie and plu Gaucho's  The black and white bovine themed upholstery creates a modern feel at Gaucho's, which is famous for its Argentinian beef and extensive list of native wines. Goodman  Named in honour of American jazz legend Benny Goodman, this classic, business oriented steakhouse hits all the right notes and is the perfect place to enjoy the best steak in town, surrounded by chocolate brown leather and traditional dark woods. The Pantechnicon Rooms  This gastropub is located on quaint Motcomb Street and was named after the art and antique repository that stood nearby until 1874. The menu is sophisticated, with oysters, caviar and fresh shellfish, which can be accompanied by Champagne and cocktails. Umu  As the only Kyoto style restaurant in the UK, Umu uses only the freshest ingredients to create Kaiseki, a traditional Japanese tasting menu, and a wide range of sushi and sashimi. This tranquil haven in the heart of Mayfair also has a Michelin star, and h Rules  Rules was established by Thomas Rule in 1798, making it the oldest restaurant in London. It serves traditional British food, specialising in classic game cookery, oysters, pies and puddings. As such, the Game Season dates play an important part in shaping Cookbook Cafe  Cookbook Cafe is an innovative concept in creative cuisine, offering a great British breakfast, a taste of London for lunch and daily dinner, plus a signature weekend brunch. The Wolseley  The Wolseley is an iconic restaurant with stylish decor and smooth service. Open from breakfast until late, the flexible menu offers everything from Austrian and French classics to British staples. Theo Randall at the InterContinental  Theo Randall at the InterContinental has been firmly established on the London dining scene since opening in 2006. Acclaimed Chef Theo Randall creates award winning rustic Italian dishes with the very best seasonal ingredients that continue to attract ra The Arch Bar  The Arch Bar has been created for the most discerning drinker, offering a fine spectrum of the highest quality spirits including an impressive selection of 35 different gins that each have fascinating British provenance. The bar also offers a considered w Wellington Lounge  Versatile and visually stunning, the Wellington Lounge boasts uninterrupted views of London's iconic Wellington Arch. Offering an all day sharing menu featuring cuisine from around the world and an ingenious Afternoon Tea programme as well as the hotel's Theo Randall at The InterContinental Bar  Theo Randall at The InterContinental Bar has the same attitude as the adjoining restaurant: fun, relaxed and without pretense. The d cor is as smart as the menu, and locals as well as hotel guests can be seen sipping drinks with friends and business assoc

    Meeting Facility
  • Ballroom
  •   The centrepiece of the hotel's dedicated events floor, the Ballroom is a magnificent space that accommodates up to 750 guests. With its elegant, contemporary design, the Ballroom is the perfect place for any event from formal dinners to dazzling weddings.

  • Roman
  •   The Park Lane Suites are six inter-connecting rooms that fan out to create a wonderful space that accommodates in excess of 400 people. The majestic contemporary-styled suites boast views of Hyde Park and natural daylight through floor-to-ceiling windows.

  • Portobello
  •   The Park Lane Suites are six inter-connecting rooms that fan out to create a wonderful space that accommodates in excess of 400 people. The majestic contemporary-styled suites boast views of Hyde Park and natural daylight through floor-to-ceiling windows.

  • Petticoat
  •   The Park Lane Suites are six inter-connecting rooms that fan out to create a wonderful space that accommodates in excess of 400 people. The majestic contemporary-styled suites boast views of Hyde Park and natural daylight through floor-to-ceiling windows.

  • Marylebone
  •   The Park Lane Suites are six inter-connecting rooms that fan out to create a wonderful space that accommodates in excess of 400 people. The majestic contemporary-styled suites boast views of Hyde Park and natural daylight through floor-to-ceiling windows.

  • Leadenhall
  •   The Park Lane Suites are six inter-connecting rooms that fan out to create a wonderful space that accommodates in excess of 400 people. The majestic contemporary-styled suites boast views of Hyde Park and natural daylight through floor-to-ceiling windows.

  • Grays
  •   The Grays Suite is a contemporary-styled suite that accommodates up to 110 people, benefiting from crystal chandeliers, spectacular views of Number One London, Hyde Park and Wellington Arch and natural daylight pouring in through floor to ceiling windows.

  • Covent Garden
  •   The Piccadilly Suites are ideal for smaller occasions, accommodating between 2 and 30 people in an elegant environment. The suites have unique views over Piccadilly and provide the perfect space for a bespoke business meeting.

  • Columbia
  •   The Piccadilly Suites are ideal for smaller occasions, accommodating between 2 and 30 people in an elegant environment. The suites have unique views over Piccadilly and provide the perfect space for a bespoke business meeting.

  • Chelsea
  •   The Piccadilly Suites are ideal for smaller occasions, accommodating between 2 and 30 people in an elegant environment. The suites have unique views over Piccadilly and provide the perfect space for a bespoke business meeting.

  • Camden
  •   The Piccadilly Suites are ideal for smaller occasions, accommodating between 2 and 30 people in an elegant environment. The suites have unique views over Piccadilly and provide the perfect space for a bespoke business meeting.

  • Borough
  •   The Piccadilly Suites are ideal for smaller occasions, accommodating between 2 and 30 people in an elegant environment. The suites have unique views over Piccadilly and provide the perfect space for a bespoke business meeting.

  • Berwick
  •   The Piccadilly Suites are ideal for smaller occasions, accommodating between 2 and 30 people in an elegant environment. The suites have unique views over Piccadilly and provide the perfect space for a bespoke business meeting.


    Recreation Information
    Fitness center on-site
    Children's program - InterContinental London Park Lane provides a unique Kids Programme to facilitate a great family experience in London offering a gift for every child as well as complimentary use of games consoles, tempting childrens' menus and monthly baking sessions.

  • Geo F Trumper

  • Geo F Trumper is recognised as the finest traditional gentlemen's barber in London and is known throughout the world for its unique range of gentlemen's fragrances and grooming products. The traditional wet shave experience is a must! Using hot towels and
  • Fortnum and Mason

  • A purveyor of food and wine to the Royal Family, Fortnum's is a must-see for anyone visiting London. Opened my Messrs Fortnum and Mason in 1707, the store offers an exquisite range of accessories, perfumes, furniture and home ware. The shop is, understand
  • Jermyn Street

  • Jermyn Street is adjacent to Piccadilly, a short distance from the hotel. It is famous for its appeal to the gentleman's market housing stores such as the renowned Thomas Pink and the shoe and boot makers John Lobb and Foster & Son.
  • Alfred Dunhill

  • Bourdon House, formerly the London residence of the Duke of Westminster, is now the Mayfair branch of Alfred Dunhill. Extending beyond the clothing and retail range, the store also houses a spa and barber, a cellar bar and a 12-seater screening room, avai
  • Burlington Arcade

  • The Arcade epitomises impeccable service, specialist knowledge and elegant surroundings. From the classic to the contemporary, a huge variety of the finest goods are on offer whether searching for a gift, treating yourself or simply window shopping.
  • Asprey

  • Asprey was founded in 1781 by William Asprey and has grown over generations into a purveyor of only the finest British luxury goods. Asprey is renowned for fine jewellery, unique designs and its unrivalled bespoke diamond collections.
  • Carnaby Street

  • Appealing to the younger shopper, Carnaby Street is a few minutes' walk from Oxford Circus and is home to the internatonal flagship stores and unique independents. Explore the twelve streets that surround Carnaby to form a stylish village famous for its s
  • Hamleys

  • Famed as one of the largest of its kind across Europe, Hamleys has been the leading toy shop for over 250 years. Hamleys keeps up with the latest gadgets and trends as well as stocking the more time-honoured toys.
  • Liberty of London

  • Liberty of London is the luxury stand-alone fashion and accessories brand from Liberty which draws on the Regent Street store's extraordinary art-rich heritage. The mock-Tudor design of the store provides a unique shopping experience.
  • Savile Row

  • Savile Row is located in Mayfair and is famous for its traditional men's bespoke tailoring. The term "bespoke" is understood to have originated in Savile Row when cloth for a suit was said to "be spoken for" by individual customers.
  • James Smith & Sons

  • James Smith & Sons is an historic Victorian family business specialising in umbrellas, walking sticks and canes. Commonly known as "the Umbrella shop", this immaculately presented Victorian outlet in the heart of London is a real gem.
  • Portobello Road Market

  • Portobello Market in West London is one of the most famous street markets in the world. Lively stalls display quality antiques as well as everything from books to bric-a-brac and exotic food ingredients.
  • London Excel

  • Hyde Park Corner

  • Victoria Station

  • Victoria station connects London with a variety of cities, Airports (including Gatwick) and destinations.
  • LONDON

  • London Heathrow Airport

  • Gatwick Airport

  • London City Airport

  • Windsor Castle

  • Windsor Castle is the oldest inhabited castle in the country and the preferred London residence of the Royal family. It stands in beautiful grounds teeming with deer and is a must for a day trip.
  • Greenwich

  • Rich in maritime history, Greenwich is a World Heritage site famous for the ROyal Observatory where the Prime Meridian, Longitude 0 degree, was established. Be sure to also visit the Cutty Sark - the oldest surviving tea and wool clipper.
  • Borough Market

  • This gourmand's delight is London's oldest food market and boasts a mouth-watering range of fresh food stalls under its Dickensian wrought-iron roof. This foodie's paradise is a definite must on a Saturday morning.
  • Natural History Museum

  • The Natural History Museum is sure to impress even the most jaded of children. This ornate museum is home to more than 70 million specimens including insects, fossils and rocks. The Dinosaur gallery is one of the most popular exhibits in the museum. Child
  • Victoria and Albert Museum

  • The Victoria and Albert Museum (or V & A as it is known) was originally founded in 1852 to inspire and educate British designers and manufacturers. Today it houses over 4 million items spanning centuries and hundreds of cultures from around the globe.
  • Royal Academy

  • This is the world's largest open-submission contemporary art exhibition, which gives it a wonderful element of surprise. The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition is an impressive show that gives an excellent cross-section of contemporary art every summer.
  • Tower of London

  • With close to 1,000 years of royal history, the Tower of London has been used as a prison, palace and a place of execution, arsenal, mint and menagerie. A visit to the Tower to see the Crown Jewels and the Ceremony of the Keys is a MUST DO while here in L
  • London Eye

  • At 135 metres tall, the London Eye is the world's tallest observation wheel with 40km panoramic views on a clear day. The Concierge team will be delighted to arrange fast-track tickets to avoid extensive queues.
  • Kew Gardens and Richmond Park

  • Three hundred acres of botanical delights grace Kew Gardens which lies on the south bank of the River Thames. Kew Gardens remain one of the world's premier public gardens and is well worth discovering.
  • Big Bus Tour

  • Explore London on a double-decker bus tour, allowing you to select the attractions and places of interest that appeal to you, whilst affording time to discover at your leisure. Advance purchase tickets are available at the Concierge desk for your convenie
  • Wimbledon Stadium Tour

  • The Wimbledon London Tour gives you VIP access to restricted areas where even tournament ticket holders are forbidden to enter and is led by specially trained Blue Badge Guides who bring to life the colourful history of the world's most famous tennis club
  • London Zoo

  • London Zoo in Regent's Park is one of the world's most famous zoos and home to over 12,000 animals.