The Berkeley

The Berkeley

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The Berkeley

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The Berkeley is a five star deluxe hotel, located in Wilton Place, Knightsbridge, London. It is managed by Maybourne Hotel Group, who also manage Claridge's and The Connaught in Mayfair, London.


Richard D'Oyly Carte purchased The Berkeley in 1900, and his family remained in control for the next century. In 2005, The Savoy Group, including The Berkeley, was sold to Quinlan Private, which sold off the Savoy Hotel and Savoy Theatre and renamed the group Maybourne Hotel Group.Walsh, Dominic. "Savoy Group changes name after deal", The Times, 25 January 2005

Like other hotels in the group, the hotel features a connection to Gordon Ramsay who runs the Boxwood Cafe at the hotel.

The Blue Bar (designed by David Collins) is also situated in The Berkeley, as is Marcus Wearing. The Caramel Room within the hotel is home to the Pret a Portea, the world renowned 'fashionistas afternoon tea'.

The Berkeley is unique in that it boasts London's only rooftop swimming pool. Although The Savoy in the Strand also has pool open to the sky, that pool is located in an atrium on the third floor.

Recently released plans for the Berkeley show that the swimming pool on the roof will be closed and a new spa will be opened in the basement, with additional rooms being added to the roof area.

The Blue Bar

The hotel's Blue Bar was designed by Dublin architect David Collins, and is decorated entirely in 'Lutyens...
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