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Frieze London

Regent’s Park

4–7 October 2018

Hotel Café Royal

68 Regent Street
London W1B 4DY
Indulge in some of London’s largest contemporary guestrooms and suites at Hotel Café Royal ideally located within walking distance of Frieze London.

Combining architectural heritage with contemporary art and design, Hotel Café Royal, London, a hotel of The Set, has been reincarnated as a luxury hotel in the heart of London’s West End with the elegance of Mayfair to the west and the creativity of Soho to the east. Grand historic areas have been sensitively restored while 160 guestrooms and suites (including seven signature suites) have been created in a contemporary yet refined style.  Crafted meticulously in soft Portland stone or panels of fumed English Oak, all rooms feature stunning Carrara marble bathrooms with heated walls and floors, rainfall showers and separate oversized baths in our suites. Continuing its celebrated legacy, the hotel offers a selection of restaurants and bars, including the newly opened Laurent at Café Royal by internationally renowned chef Laurent Tourondel, as well as the Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre which is available to all hotel guests and boasts an 18 meter pool, sauna, Hammam, Jacuzzi, spacious gym, nine treatment rooms and fitness and yoga classes.

For reservations please call +44 (0)20 7406 3322 or email reservations@hotelcaferoyal.com and ask for the special Frieze rate.

Hotel Café Royal is the Main Hotel Partner for Frieze London 2018.

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