The InterContinental London Park Lane has undergone a major refurbishment to renew one of London's finest hotels and make it a global flagship for InterContinental. This hotel occupies an unrivalled location in the centre of the city. (0309/VM)
The hotel is conveniently located on the exclusive Park Lane with underground and buses available within a few minutes' walk.
3 kms to city centre
32 kms to the nearest airport (heathrow)
15 minute walk to the nearest metro station (hyde park corner)
Close to the station (victoria)
2 minute walk to the nearest bus stop
3 km to the nearest fair site (qe2)
After the completion of a two-year refurbishment and an astonishing f75M spent on the renovation, the hotel's guest rooms have been stylishly revamped using rich fabrics, traditional colours and elegant wooden furniture to create a timeless, classic feel. The walls are decorated with specially commissioned artworks depicting parts of London to evoke a sense of place. Some of the rooms have views of London's Royal Parks.
Theo Randall at the InterContinental brings a ray of River Cafe'-style sunshine to the plusher, more corporate surroundings of Mayfair. Serving his own unique interpretation of regional Italian cuisine, Theo sources the freshest ingredients from specialist suppliers in the United Kingdom and Italy. The hotel also features a second new restaurant, the Cookbook Cafe, which is a hive of creative cooking where London's brightest young chefs showcase their inventive dishes. It will also host a variety of wine demonstrations and cookbook launches.
It is a smart, modern building, built of beige stone.
The large lobby is laid out in marble and features a long reception desk, leading from the reception area is a large lounge and bar. The Lounge specialises in fine teas and sumptuous chocolates. The modern bar is a great place to meet throughout the day and long into the night, with a selection of cocktails inspired by the English country garden.