Eating at the hotel restaurant is often one of the great pleasures of being away. You barely have to go anywhere for a delicious meal. But you don’t want to do it every night for several nights in a row, do you?
If you like a bit of diversity but you don’t want to look high and low for a decent dinner, how about a hotel with multiple restaurants? Some of London’s best hotels are brimming with restaurants, some with so many that you could eat in a different one each night for a week.
A newcomer on the scene, The Ned has made itself at home in the huge building that was once the Midland Bank HQ.
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The entire ground floor is dedicated to a whopping eight restaurants, featuring everything from Italian and French cuisine to Asian and Californian. You can eat in, take away, and even get food 24-hours a day from Millie’s Lounge, which serves British food.
You’ll find seven drinking and dining options at The Savoy, one of the capital’s best-loved hotels.
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You can grab some gourmet takeaway from Melba, sit down for oysters and champagne at Kaspar’s, or tuck into a steak at Savoy Grill by Gordon Ramsay. There are also places to enjoy some bar snacks and light meals, or have afternoon tea in the Thames Foyer.
If you want multiple dining options, luxury hotels will always be your best bet. The Dorchester is another hotel that’s been around for a long time and has gained a great reputation.
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The hotel has seven different places for eating and drinking, ranging from an artisanal coffee shop, Parcafé, to light lunches at Spatisserie and authentic Chinese cuisine at China Tang. Of course, there’s afternoon tea and traditional British dining too.
Eat your breakfast, lunch and dinner in different places at these hotels and keep things exciting without even leaving the hotel.
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Photo credits: The Ned, The Savoy, The Dorchester.