Tucked away in the leafy Westbourne Terrace of Paddington is the luxuriously appointed Roseate House London. Quintessentially British in hospitality, the intimate auberge features individually designed rooms and suites spread over three delightfully restored 19th-century townhouses. Each dwelling highlights classic Victorian furniture, handcrafted Bellestrata beds, original oil paintings from the era, and limestone bathrooms with Penhaligon’s toiletries.

It is located close to some of London’s top landmarks, such as Kensington Palace, the Royal Albert Hall, Park Lane and Oxford Street, and is a short walk to Hyde Park and the Paddington train station, which offers connections to anywhere in the city, including to the airport via Heathrow Express.

The hotel’s Hyde Bar, offering rare whiskeys, including pre-prohibition American Whiskey, and other handpicked spirits, is perfect for casual, private or business meetings and can seat up to 50 guests.

For guests needing to remain connected, there is high-speed broadband throughout the property. The buffet breakfast is Continental, though a warm meal can be ordered from the a la carte menu. Room service is available 24 hours a day.

Number of rooms: 48.

What stood out: The intimate Hyde Bar and its superb collection of rare whiskeys.

What we love most: The handcrafted Bellestrata beds and Penhaligon toiletries.

Roseate House London
Hyde Park, 3 Westbourne Terrace, London W2 3UL, United Kingdom.
+44 20 7479 6600