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The Montcalm Royal London House Hotel


they’re actually quite different from each other ; partly due to the buildings they are housed in but also because of where they’re situated. Te City crowd are very different from say those in Mayfair and so the whole ambiance, let alone the design, in each hotel is different. Te latest Montcalm to open is the Royal London House


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e confess to being fans of the Montcalm brand. Tey now operate six hotels and whilst they all fall within the 5 star luxury category,


Hotel in Finsbury Square. It’s geographically close to Montcalm London City but they’re miles apart in terms of interior style. Whereas the London City is built within an old brewery the Royal London House takes up one third of a large, purpose built mid-century office building that lends the hotel its name. At the time of our visit not all of the hotel was operational - only one of the three restaurants was open and the basement spa was still a shell - but from what we could see it’s obvious that this will become one of the most exciting hotels in the City.


Te hotel has 253 bedrooms including 18


junior suites, 14 master suites, nine studio suites with kitchenettes, ideal for longer stays, five business suites and two stunning Palm suites with private balconies. the views from the upper floors take in much of the City skyline including the Shard and by night they’re spectacular. As with all Montcalm properties, attention


to detail is key, with luxury service touches such as a pre-order pillow menu, in-room Nespresso machines and an in-room aroma of


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