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The Met

The Met

The Met

The Met

The Met

The Met

The Met

The Met

The Met

The Met

Address Old Park Lane; London W1K 1LB
by Hertford Street
Neighbourhood Mayfair | See on map
Tube Hyde Park Corner [Piccadilly]
Telephone +44 20 7447 1000
Website http://www.metropolitan.como.bz/
Price From £199 | Check availability

Perhaps best known for its members bar (adjacent to the lobby manned by Armani-clad staff), The Met is also one of London’s most consistently stylish hotels. Home to the aforementioned Met Bar and celebrity haunt Nobu, it’s often called upon to host big parties and events, though guests should take the opportunity to enjoy both venues on a quiet night too. Rooms are bright and airy compared to most London accommodations, boasting floor to ceiling windows, larger than average beds, and the kind of pristine aesthetics you’d expect from a Park Lane property, right on the borders of Mayfair and Knightsbridge.

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Mr & Mrs Smith

Since this enviably located Park Lane hotel opened, The Metropolitan London has more than earned its reputation for extravagantly hip urban comfort. With its prime Hyde Park Corner setting, exquisite Japanese food at Nobu and a members’ bar with a big-name waiting list, the Met has become a byword for stylish stays in the capital.

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Tablet Hotels

17.5 of 20. The Metropolitan is the apotheosis of the trendy boutique hotel concept—and we don’t mean ‘trendy’ in a pejorative sense, but rather as a simple statement of fact. Some hotels aim to impersonate down-home country charm, others old-money aristocracy; the Metropolitan, and the genre it stands for, aims to welcome guests into an exclusive society that appreciates the most minute signifiers of cool, from the sleek black designer uniforms on the receptionists to the meticulously feng shui’d guest rooms, minimal and Zen, yes, but not trying too hard—that would be fashion suicide.

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