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By Elite Traveler | July 11 2017
London’s hotels have long been known as some of the most decadent in the world, but now The Berkeley looks to eclipse them all by heading to the sky. Creating a new glass pavilion on the fifth floor, its newly opened Crescent Pavilion Suite places you among the rooftops of tony Belgravia. The glass walls of the pavilion fully retract, creating a seamless indoor–outdoor experience, which is expected in a tropical locale, but certainly not in London. Enjoy unparalleled views of Knightsbridge, Hyde Park and St Paul’s Cathedral on your wraparound terrace, perhaps with an exclusive dinner prepared by the on-site, two-Michelin-starred restaurant Marcus’s chef, Marcus Wareing. Inside, the elegant decor by celebrated designer André Fu keeps a sense of lightness with paneled walls, neutral tones and sumptuous fabrics.