68-86 Cromwell Road
This series of Victorian town houses has been elegantly converted into a stylish 215 bedroom hotel in fashionable South Kensington. A walk away from world-class Knightsbridge shopping, museums and with Earls Court and Olympia exhibition halls close by. The Vanderbilt, a former home of the Vanderbilt family, still retains many of its original features from its stained glass windows to its elegantly painted ceiling, which greets you as you enter the lobby.
Bedrooms have a warm ambience with mahogany furniture, rich fabrics and crisp cotton bed linen. Bathrooms are clad with Sicilian marble and Jacob Delafon bathware. All rooms have air-conditioning.
A host of amenities are available at the Vanderbilt London hotel including a comprehensive concierge and business services, complimentary newspapers, 24-hour room service, fitness room and valet laundry service. Located in fashionable South Kensington, arrange to meet and dine at 68-86 which has been refurbished to give a striking atmosphere whilst remaining very comfortable. Great venue if you have been shopping in nearby Knightsbridge or for a business lunch.
The menu provides the best of British cooking with Pacific Rim influences. The service is second to none..
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