Opened in 1910, and still in the same family, The Goring is gloriously British. But although it’s a grand, dignified institution, it never takes itself too seriously, possessing what so many smart hotels lack: a sense of humour. Where else does Noël Coward sing Mad Dogs and Englishmen while your call is being connected? As well as great comfort, it has undeniable wow-factor glamour. This spring an inspiring project will see the addition of a fabulous new restaurant to complement the Michelin-starred Dining Room. With the help of Nathan Outlaw, the new restaurant will offer dishes of understated brilliance, showcasing the best of Cornish seafood and produce. The Bar & Lounge will also be refurbished with a new look created by British designer Russell Sage. His bespoke design will accentuate the impeccably English, individual feel of this unique hotel. Transformed into a bright, lively space serving classic cocktails and British spirits, the bar is set to become a go-to destination. Its huge private garden, complete with croquet lawn, is The Goring’s secret glory.
Set on a quiet, leafy street in Belgravia, The Goring is well located to enjoy the major sites of London, in particular Buckingham Palace, which is just a royal wave away.
Pay a visit to the exceptional Michelin-starred Dining Room at The Goring, enjoy lunch in the garden during the summer months or indulge in the much-loved Goring Afternoon Tea.
Stroll to nearby Sloane Street for some luxury retail therapy with the biggest brands and exclusive boutique stores.