Although no two rooms at 41 are alike, they do share a striking black-and-white theme. Within that simple device, our designers have come up with 30 unique rooms and suites, each with its own individual and stylish look. There's a hint of romantic mystery about those rooms. 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. Technology abounds – iPod docking stations; interactive TV with movies on demand, complimentary high-speed internet, radio, and CD player; fax machines/copiers that double as printers for your laptop. 41 is a different kind of boutique hotel. Here, within everyone's favourite fifth-floor retreat, you can enjoy round-the-clock informal and personalised dining. Choose between the stunning Executive Lounge, the Mezzanine level overlooking the lounge or alternatively the ultimate in-room dining experience. The glass roof of the Executive Lounge also makes for the brightest, sunlit breakfasts (Continental, A La Carte, or Full English) and the most reviving afternoon teas. An unusual feature of 41 is our irresistible invitation to Plunder the Pantry. Each evening from 8.30pm onwards, you can take your pick of complimentary snacks and light bites in the well-stocked fridges of the Executive Lounge.
A stay at 41 puts you right in the heart of London. Our elite 5-star location directly opposite the Royal Mews and just behind Buckingham Palace is ideal for business or leisure. 41 is an intimate and discreet hideaway – it's about as close to the Royal Family as a visitor can get, and still only five minutes from Victoria Station. Much of the best of London is within walking distance. A pleasant stroll to the east along Birdcage Walk takes you to the heart of British politics and history – to Downing Street, the Houses of Parliament, and Westminster Abbey. From here you can catch boat trips to Greenwich or cross the river to the London Eye and the London Aquarium. Directly opposite Buckingham Palace are the green and leafy royal parks, St James's Park and Green Park. Not far beyond are Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, and London's West End theatreland.
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