The Waldorf Hilton, London
The Waldorf Hilton, London is one of London's most iconic hotels and it is located right in the heart of Londonís Theatreland. The West End hotel is only a short walk from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden Piazza and some of the best shops, restaurants, bars, galleries, museums and landmarks. Situated 2 miles from Londonís financial centre, this central London hotel is also ideal for a corporate visit.†
The 298 stylish Guest Rooms and Suites with restored Edwardian styling await with comforts and amenities to make your stay perfect. Each spacious room features a flat-screen TV, WiFi and an elegant bathroom. Upgrade to a Suite for a separate living area and access to the Executive lounge.†
Keep up with your fitness routine with a lap in our indoor swimming pool or workout in our Fitness Centre. Take advantage of our great fitness instructors for a productive workout or try a range of motivating and engaging classes. If you are looking to relax, be sure to visit the sauna and steam room.
Enjoy an unforgettable dining experience at our Homage Restaurant, offering mouth-watering menus and an escape from the commotion of the city. Set close by and a few steps from the hotel lobby, our bar Good Godfrey's is the ideal spot for cocktails, canapťs, light bites and people-watching. And the newest gem in our Waldorf family, we are pleased to welcome you to The Parrot London, a cocktail bar and music venue offering quality food, drinks, and entertainment in an intimate tropical environment.†
The Waldorf Hilton is a popular choice for business and social events. Within walking distance of three London Underground stations - Covent Garden, Charing Cross and Holborn, The Waldorf Hilton, London has the ideal location for your successful meeting or event. We offer seven meeting rooms, including the historic Palm Court, perfect for both small and large meetings and events. Each room offers complimentary WiFi.
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This page was last updated: 18 July 2019