Across from it was king size bed, that seemed to be a Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Bed.
As long as they love Sheraton Sweet Sleeper, that’s good. Whenever waiting on the table under TV were a bunch of bottles of water, a note from my Ambassador. Presumably that was amidst the things which stayed after hotel was converted from a Sheraton to a Luxury Collection property.
Actually the associate confirmed all Platinum benefits, including that we had been upgraded to an executive suite. As the staff was friendly, the restaurant usually seemed to be a bit understaffed though was rushing around like crazy clearing tables.
So coffee on offer at breakfast was nice, and we appreciated that they oftentimes got out a full pot, that meant they could replenish at will. Fact, he offered us 500 choice Starpoints or breakfast as the Platinum amenity, and certainly we went with latest. He rather fast gave us the keys to our room on 11th floor.
per night thanks to theCiti Prestige Cardand earning tons of points, you in addition can’t beat the deal we got. At least they see their market! Stylistically I still far like Andaz Liverpool Street, though for the average person visiting London it’s perhaps not as conveniently located.
It was a fantastic option for what we were looking for, and I’d stay once more in a heartbeat, while the Park Tower Knightsbridge isn’t the most luxurious hotel in London. I am sure that the location was always big, the Platinum breakfast has been generous, and we got a good upgrade to a spacious suite. It’s a well-known fact that the hotel has an uncommon elevator system whereby you enter our desired floor on a screen, and then it sends you to either elevator A, B, or the actual elevators don’t have buttons for floors.
We had breakfast on mornings 3 at ‘OneOOne’ Restaurant.
Despite restaurant being a decent size, there was a queue for breakfast a couple of mornings, whereby we had to wait for five ten minutes for a table, that I search for to be rare for a hotel restaurant. We had breakfast on mornings 2 at ‘OneOOne’ Restaurant. With that said, despite restaurant being a decent size, there was a queue for breakfast a couple of mornings, whereby we had to wait for five ten minutes for a table, that they search for to be rare for a hotel restaurant.