Across the road from Buckingham Palace. The hotel has the great advantage of a large private garden, surrounded by flower borders and shrubbery, with a central lawn on which croquet is played in the summer time.
The bedrooms have been redesigned over the past couple of years, many by Russell Sage, who was responsible for the Royal Suite that as long as the building itself. His bedrooms are homely yet glamorous, decorated with Gainsborough silks on the walls. All the rooms have very comfortable marble bathrooms.
The Dining Room at The Goring was awarded its first Michelin star in September 2015. The accolade, the first star in the hotel’s history, was awarded in recognition of head chef Shay Cooper’s imaginative cooking, based on the best seasonal British produce. Shay’s elegant dishes complement the hotel superbly and the sommeliers are doing their best job to keep wines equally well matched.