As you’d expect, there are all the usual mod cons, as large windows or sliding doors let in the light and views across the hotel pool and gardens. Some rooms also feature a private balcony. You might also consider an upgrade to a Premiere Room – all lofted arches and antique paintings – or even a Deluxe or Claridges Suite for the ultimate in space and style.
But, the highlights don’t end there. Expect the very bet in Punjabi cuisine at the superb Dhaba restaurant, where menus feature the likes of succulent butter chicken and fragrant balti curries and are served in a space designed to reflect the rustic charm of a Punjabi village. Elsewhere, at Jade, the flavours of China come to the fore, showcased in such Cantonese favourites as dim sum, crispy aromatic duck and a particularly tasty spicy sweet bean lobster. And that’s not all. There are the international buffet delights of Pickwicks and the Mediterranean specialities of Seville, as well as a bar and a bakery, where guests can pick up sweet treats and barista-made coffees throughout the day.