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Famous guests have included Charlie Chaplin, Sir Winston Churchill, the Queen and author Evelyn Waugh.
By Alex Martin | April 18 2020
Opened by renowned hotelier César Ritz in 1906, The Ritz still retains all the excitement and glamour synonymous with this legendary hotel. The 136 guestrooms combine Louis XVI-style interiors with modern technology, while fine dining facilities include the magnificent Michelin-starred Ritz Restaurant, the opulent Palm Court for afternoon tea, and the stylish Rivoli Bar. The Ritz is not only a paragon of luxury however; famous guests have included Charlie Chaplin, Sir Winston Churchill, the Queen and author Evelyn Waugh, making it an important part of London history.
Top suite: The Prince of Wales Suite
A beautiful apartment-style penthouse, this suite includes its own hallway and cloakroom, two bedrooms, a dining room, a drawing room, a butler’s kitchen and two marble bathrooms. The bedrooms feature delicate period woodwork and each of the two bathrooms has a bath-controlled TV. Truly, a suite fit for royalty.