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The hotel beloved by Royals that's just a clip and a clop on horseback from Buckingham Palace. Rooms boast Gainsborough Silks on the walls and plush fabrics at the windows, while the Dining Room has held a Michelin star since 2016. Afternoon teas in the extensive gardens are enormously popular.

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Set on a quiet, tree-lined street in Belgravia, one of London's most upmarket areas, the Goring is just a three-minute walk from Victoria train station, with high-speed rail links to Gatwick Airport, the Orient Express and trains to Southampton cruise ship terminal. Buckingham Palace is less than a ten-minute walk away, as is Westminster Abbey and the river Thames. The interiors shops that line Pimlico Road are just a five-minute walk away, as are the bars, restaurants and boutiques of Ebury Street and Eccleston Yards.

By car: the hotel is 4 hours from Manchester, and less than 2.5 hours from Bristol. Parking costs £60 per day.

By train: Victoria tube and rail station is three minutes' walk to the hotel. Book trains to London.

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The building was designed by the fashionable Edwardian architect, John Evelyn Trollope, a subdued and elegant example of Edwardian Baroque. The Goring was the first hotel in the world to offer central heating - and a bathroom for every bedroom. A recent refurbishment by interior designer Russel Sage sees playful hand-painted wallpaper in the Front Hall and gilt botanical prints over the fireplace.


Quirky old-fashioned English service from immaculately dressed staff. Many members of staff have been with the hotel for years, but even if you are a first-timer you will be greeted like an old friend. Facilities include a fitness room with a personal trainer, and in the summer, croquet can be played on the lawn.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • Fitness centre
  • Free Wi-Fi


With just 69 individually designed rooms and suites, the Goring is often referred to as a "Baby Grand". Many rooms look out over the tranquil garden, and some even have terraces. Rooms are in classic English style with historic fabrics for the elaborate curtain drapes and marble bathrooms.

Room types: Superior Room, Executive Room, Deluxe Room, Family Room, Junior Suite, Family Suite, Belgravia Suite, Royal Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with Asprey toiletries, bathrobes and slippers, bottled water, daily newspaper, free Wi-Fi


The Dining Room offers an impeccable Michelin-starred experience, under the direction of Chef Richard Galli. The Queen Mother famously enjoyed Eggs Drumkilbo here - a lobster and egg-based dish that remains one of the most popular items on the menu. The Veranda overlooking the garden serves relaxed lunches and dinners and sumptuous afternoon teas.

The Dining Room: Michelin-starred restaurant, British cuisine. All-day menu, open daily (closed Sat for lunch).

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