Although no two rooms at 41 are alike, the 30 rooms and suites with luxurious Savoir beds, share a striking black and white theme. Choose from double or king-size rooms, all furnished and decorated to an impeccable 5-star standard, or hi-tech Executive Suites with a lounge that doubles as a dining room or meeting room plus your own daytime personal assistant.
The three fabulous split-level Junior Suites allow room to spread out, and one glass-roofed Master Suite that makes you feel like you're floating high above the city.
Thoughtful touches such as fresh fruit and flowers, delicious snacks and treats, scented candles, rich mahogany furniture and open fireplaces (not all rooms) ensure that your stay is luxurious and welcoming.
41 is a different kind of boutique hotel. Here, within one of London's finest retreats, you can enjoy an informal and personalised dining and drinking experience around-the-clock. The sumptuous surroundings of the Executive Lounge are perfect for lingering over drinks and canapés, enjoying a light snack or settling down to a full evening meal.
Guests are invited to plunder the pantry, enjoy a drink from the honesty bar and for dining, there are a number of options to suit your mood.
• 30 unique guest rooms and suites
• 'Plunder the Pantry' complimentary treats
• Located opposite Buckingham Palace and the Royal Mews
• Two members of staff to every guest
• Chauffeur service available
• 24 hour butler service
• Complimentary WiFi throughout
Have you ever tried playing tennis on your own? Well, at 41 you never need to with the hotel’s own Sports Buddies. In fact, you will find each of the hotel’s managers have picked their favourite sports and are ready to offer themselves as playing partners.
The hotel sits opposite Buckingham Palace and a short walk from Westminster Abbey. 41 directly overlooks the Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace – the only way you are going to spend the night any closer to Her Majesty is to come on a state visit!
London's most popular attractions within easy walking distance. From the Palace wander down the tree lined Mall, with lovely St James’s Park on your right and St James’s Palace on your left, and you soon pass through the magnificent Admiralty Arch and into Trafalgar Square. Turning right takes you down Whitehall, past the Royal Banqueting Hall, the Cenotaph, Downing Street and many of London’s most important government buildings. After only a few hundred yards the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and the London Eye appear on your left, while directly ahead is Westminster Abbey.
Surrounded by museums, galleries and concert halls, lovers of art and culture are also conveniently placed – The National Gallery, The National Portrait Gallery, Tate Britain, the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum, the Royal Academy of Arts, the Royal Albert Hall, the Royal Festival Hall and the National Theatre are all a short cab ride away.