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Charing Cross Formerly Thistle vs The Cavendish London

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Charing Cross Formerly Thistle vs The Cavendish London



Charing Cross Formerly Thistle
The Cavendish London

 

Charing Cross Formerly Thistle

The Cavendish London

Address The Strand
London
81 Jermyn Street
London
Phone 44-870-3339105 44-020-79302111
Class 4 star 4 star
Price From $172.65 to $420.72 From $235.14 to $570.35
Floors 7 floors 15 floors
Rooms 239 rooms 230 rooms
Amenities Family Rooms
Fitness center
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
Dry cleaning/laundry
Family Rooms
Room service
Fitness center
Wheelchair accessible
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
First Class Hotel


  1. Charing Cross Formerly Thistle
  2. The Cavendish London
Charing Cross Formerly Thistle

The 239-room Thistle Charing Cross is located in central London between the Strand and Thames Embankment and minutes from Covent Garden and the West End. The hotel is a Grade II listed Victorian railway hotel that has been completely refurbished.<br><br>On-site dining venues include the Strand Terrace, the Strand Lounge, and the Comotion Coffee Bar. The hotel also offers room service through Room Express, its in-room dining program. <br><br>Accommodations feature en suite bathrooms, satellite TV, in-room movies, fax/modem capabilities, radio, tea and coffee making facilities, trouser press, hairdryer, air-conditioning, and express check-out.<br><br>.



The Cavendish London

Situated on prestigious Jermyn Street, in the heart of Piccadilly, London, the Cavendish Hotel offers the ultimate in luxury and convenience for visitors to the UKs Capital, whether for business or for pleasure. The Cavendish is perfectly located for those seeking the thrill of Londons theatres, world class shopping or maybe just to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. This modern, stylish building has remained at the forecourt of London hotels for the past few centuries. In the Edwardian era The Cavendish London was run by Rosa Lewis, the infamous Duchess of Duke St. Famous throughout London Society for her hospitality and cooking, The Cavendish London continues this tradition today - the attentive staff, variety of facilities and the meticulous care in all the service offered will ensure your stay is as enjoyable as possible. Recipient of an AA Rosette - David Britton at the Cavendish offers contemporary British cuisine with some modern European influences. Executive Chef, David Britton and his team create monthly changing menus using the best seasonal and regional produce. All recipes and dishes are entirely homemade and are prepared with creative flair and passion. The Lunch and Pre-Theatre menus are a real highlight for many with emphasis on ensuring diners enjoy a memorable experience.



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