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London's original boutique hotel
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Big sister hotel to The Levin, just a few doors down on Basil Street, The Capital Hotel was one of London's first boutique hotels and has been welcoming guests of all ages since 1971.
Sloane Street, Harrods and the designer shops of Knightsbridge are right on your doorstep and the Piccadilly underground station is a stone's throw away.
The Capital Hotel is famous for its Afternoon Tea, a collaboration with renowned Pastry Chef, Claire Clark, which is themed depending on the season and event. For Christmas expect chocolate Yule logs and champagne jelly in addition to the freshly made scones and sandwiches on home-made speciality bread.
Arguably the UK’s best seafood chef, Nathan Outlaw, has his only London seafood restaurant, Michelin starred Outlaw’s at The Capital.
Nathan, who holds 2 Michelin stars at his restaurant in Port Isaac, Cornwall, and Head Chef Andrew Sawyer source the best and freshest seafood directly from the fishermen on a daily basis. They allow the quality of ingredients to speak for themselves in a mouth-watering selection of original and innovative dishes.
Breakfast at The Capital includes English Breakfast for everyone, rather than just Continental Breakfast, at the supplement of £25.00 per person, inclusive of VAT.
Private rooms for groups of 8-24 are available on the 1st floor of The Capital.
Expect reassuringly English interiors and antique furnishings with luxury en-suite bathrooms and a very personal service. Customised minibars, Flat Screen TV, complimentary water and WiFi are standard in all of the 49 air-conditioned rooms and suites. The mattresses are hand-stitched and the bedlinen is the finest Egyptian cotton and the bathrobes are massive.
You'll find it difficult to get more central than The Capital Hotel. Just a few minutes walk from Harrods and Harvey Nichols it's at the heart of London's smartest shopping, dining and culture postcodes. The Natural History Museum, Royal Albert Hall and V&A Museum are all within walking distance as is Green Park and Buckingham Palace.
Places of Interest
City Centre 1.5 miles
Hyde Park 0.5 miles
Park Lane 11 minute walk
Piccadilly 11 minute walk
Sloane Square 11 minute walk
Green Park 13 minute walk
Knightsbridge 3 minute walk