Metropolitan London

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When Metropolitan London first opened in 1997, it saw the traditional neighbourhood of Mayfair rock with a new kind of visitor - fast, fashionable aficionados of modern design. Now, more than ten years down the line, the 150-room contemporary showpiece created by United Designers, is looking as hot as ever, having undergone a complete refurbishment, introducing Wifi throughout as well as a new look Met Bar. This is among the city's most popular members' clubs, open to hotel residents, where martinis are sipped to cool tunes spun by top-of-the-game DJs.

There is also a COMO Shambhala Urban Escape at Metropolitan London offering a gym, steam room, reflexology, Thai Massage, Acupuncture, Reiki and Pre-Natal Massage. Yoga mats are supplied in-room, and teachers are available on request. For a Michelin-starred culinary experience, Nobu, the hotel restaurant co-owned by Nobu Matsuhisa and Robert de Niro, offers innovative Japanese cuisine with an upbeat New York-style atmosphere.

There are five event spaces accommodating groups from 10 to 80. Service, for which this hotel is known, includes a concierge who knows exactly what's going on in town as well as room butlers.

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Metropolitan London
Old Park Lane
London W1K 1LB
United Kingdom

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