The Bentley London
In a leafy corner of Kensington in a building dating from 1880, The Bentley London delivers an inviting mix of tranquility and indulgence. Crystal chandeliers hang high in the marbled foyer and set the tone for the rest of the hotel, where you will find silk wallpaper, polished woods, and deeply comfortable furnishings, all helping to create a premier, stately experience. The decadence continues in the marbled Le Kalon Spa with its unique treatments, and in the Louis XV-inspired award-winning Peridot brasserie. If you are looking to explore London’s best shops or finest cultural attractions, The Bentley London is in one of the most fashionable parts of the capital.
- Enjoy a sense of grandeur and opulence in one of 64 beautiful and spacious guestrooms and suites
- Let off steam in the traditional Turkish hammam, and enjoy Karin Herzog products in the spa
- Sip amazing cocktails in the Malachite cocktail bar, including its signature Malachite Martini
- Book a party in the magnificent 1880 Room, one of four eye-catching event spaces
- Get tailored recommendations from the reputable concierge team, members of the illustrious Society of Golden Keys
The Bentley Hotel London has an exclusive feel, like a best-kept secret, hidden away in this hugely fashionable part of south-west London. Stay here for true five-star treatment and lose yourself in this compelling sanctuary.
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Each of the 64 refined guestrooms and suites at The Bentley London has its own unique personality, exquisitely fusing period features of the mansion with contemporary designs, materials, and colors. Spacious and glamorous, the guestrooms have an elegant home-away-from-home feel with Egyptian cotton sheets and an intricately finished writing desk, alongside a state-of-the-art television with an extensive music and film library. Stay in a suite and you will have a grand marble entrance. Or reserve the Imperial Suite for a grand piano framed by heavy drapes — and a chaise longue to recline in as you unwind in your gorgeous surroundings.
A discreet hotel with Old-World charm and a strong belief in tradition, The Bentley London prides itself on exceptional personalized service, offering twice-daily housekeeping and a professional concierge whose connections can secure sought-after theatre tickets and dinner reservations in the capital.
Named after precious stones, the hotel’s restaurants truly are the jewels in its brightly shining crown. Award-winning brasserie Peridot offers delicious meals throughout the day, while richly decorated Malachite bar serves up signature cocktails created by the Cocktail Master.
Peridot – With floral chairs and sofas, a mosaic floor and Persian rugs, the fine-dining brasserie is a lovely open space for partaking in expertly crafted British-influenced dishes — think roasted bream with fennel, fish and chips, and slow-roasted pork belly — any time of the day. Consider taking a light lunch, so you have room for afternoon high tea with sandwiches, scones, cakes, a choice of teas, and, if you are in the mood, a glass of champagne.
Malachite – This is the definition of a decadent cocktail bar — plush red and green furnishings, dark woods, and a pianist playing jazz tunes. Ease into your deep sofa and select an expertly crafted cocktail, from the signature Malachite Martini to classics, including a Cosmopolitan and a Gin Fizz.
Reserve time for yourself and take a visit to the high-end Le Kalon Spa, with its luxurious facials, manicures, and massages that take inspiration from the finest wellness cultures in the world. The opulent, marble Turkish hammam is the largest in London and uses exclusive La Sultane de Saba products. For a workout, head to the 24-hour gym that offers a range of state-of-the-art-equipment, where a trainer is on hand to guide you if necessary.
Leave the comfort of The Bentley London behind and explore the iconic city and its culture. Some of the best shopping in London is in South Kensington and nearby Knightsbridge. A wander along Cromwell Gardens and Brompton Road takes you past the Science and National History Museums, the Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A), and the striking London Oratory — and 12-minutes later, you will arrive at Harrods, arguably the most famous store in the world.
The Bentley London
In pretty Harrington Gardens in South Kensington, The Bentley London is ideally placed for the trendy boutiques of Knightsbridge, as well as the world-famous Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A), and the capital’s major museums. You are also a short walk from Kensington Palace and its delightful gardens.
Heathrow Airport is 9 mi / 15 km away.
Gatwick Airport is 16 mi / 27 km from the hotel.
Just a few steps away, Gloucester Road Tube Station on the Piccadilly Line connects you with Heathrow Airport.
Paddington Station, for the Heathrow Express, and Victoria Station, for Gatwick, are both a 15-minute taxi ride away.
Valet parking is available.