The Capital Hotel London (South West)

“Intimate luxury hotel boasts Michelin star dining, an unrivaled location for shopping and fantastic hospitality for a memorable stay. Elegant rooms house antique furnishings, king sized beds and Egyptian cotten linen. Chef Nathan Outlaw runs the seafood award-wining restaurant, popular across town.”

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“Forget the big five-star hotels: the diminutive, privately owned Capital has all the lavishness and service, plus a two-Michelin star chef (Nathan Outlaw) of Outlaw's Seafood Bar & Grill in Cornwall, and an unbeatable sense of intimacy. The luxurious, generally spacious rooms are traditional but stylish, while the contemporary restaurant makes a suave place to dine.”

Written by  Fiona Duncan

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They say

“The Capital Restaurant, serving gourmet French cuisine under the direction of Chef Eric Chavot, has an enviable reputation for excellence, gaining two Michelin stars.
A member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World and Great Hotels of the World, The Capital holds 5 AA Townhouse Red Stars and 4 Rosettes. Also, it has been voted 'Best Hotel for Food' in the UK by Conde' Nast Traveller in their 2006 Gold List.”

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Facilities

Parking
Private parking avaliable at £40 per day.
Safe
Conference facilities
Business Centre
Free wifi
Family Suites
Bar
No pets
Walking distance restaurants
Wifi
Sitting Room
Restaurant
London outpost of Michelin starred Nathan Outlaw
Room service
Suites
Satellite / Cable TV
Concierge
Air conditioning

Activities

Other Activities
Check out the food hall at Harrods for some fantastic produce.
Hotel Entertainment
Indulge in their award-winning high tea
Sights nearby
Brompton Oratory, a Catholic church, and Natural History Museum are both closeby.
Close to nightlife
Kensignton is home to the 'cocktail after work' culture.
Designer Shopping
Shop til you drop on Sloane Street.

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49 rooms from $318 per night

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Recommended for

Romantic Break
Romance is on the cards with delicious food, fine wine and great location.
Foodies
Michelin-starred seafood restaurant on site.

Activities

Other Activities
Check out the food hall at Harrods for some fantastic produce.
Hotel Entertainment
Indulge in their award-winning high tea
Sights nearby
Brompton Oratory, a Catholic church, and Natural History Museum are both closeby.
Close to nightlife
Kensignton is home to the 'cocktail after work' culture.
Designer Shopping
Shop til you drop on Sloane Street.

Other highlights

Owner managed
Gourmet
Conference facilities
Downtown
Free wifi
Quiet
Family Suites
Full of character
Organic food
Romantic
Business Hotel
Antiques
Artworks
Restaurant
London outpost of Michelin starred Nathan Outlaw
Intimate
Luxury
Traditional

Hotel size

49 rooms
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