Since its opening in 2013, Rosewood has risen effortlessly to the highest echelons of London’s luxury hotels, combining English heritage with contemporary sophistication. The Grade II-listed, Belle Époque building has been sensitively renovated with the feel of a stylish London residence. The highlight of the interior is the Grand Pavonazzo marble staircase, which soars to a dizzying 166’ high cupola. Two designers are responsible for the hotel’s fabulous look. Tony Chi created the splendid Rose Bronze Gallery entrance, the jewel box Mirror Room restaurant and 262 glamorous rooms and 44 suites. Martin Brudnizki designed both Holborn Dining Room – a bustling British brasserie innovative locally-sourced cuisine and a trendy gin bar – and the wildly popular Scarfes Bar, its walls decorated with a collection of paintings by satirist Gerald Scarfe. And don’t miss Head Chef and pastry expert Calum Franklin’s Pie Room, dedicated to that most iconic of British dishes. Every suite comes with a dedicated butler, and service throughout is faultless.
Important to enter within the hotel to discover the Marble Staircase, unique in London!
The Pie Room remains a unique experience, especially if you privatise it an evening and have a special pie menu!
The Pie Hole is open from Monday to Friday from 11am to 4pm: various take-away pies are available. They are created by their Pie King: Chef Calum Franklin and worth the try!