The Ritz

Described as the prettiest hotel in London, The Ritz holds a superb location in the heart of London’s fashionable West End. Cesar Ritz called his namesake “the most fashionable hotel in the most fashionable city in the world” when it opened in 1906. London society immediately lost its heart to The Ritz. It became the first hotel deemed suitable for unchaperoned young ladies and the only place for afternoon tea. The Ritz matches true British tradition and style with modern facilities.

Exquisite Louis XVI decor in all rooms reflects opulence rarely found in today’s hotels. The hotel is famous for “afternoon tea at the Ritz.”