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Not only do we love hotels, but –clearly– we’re into restaurants too. Both combined can become an ultimate dream. Unless you’re into drunken bloated treks, who wouldn’t want to devour an exquisite meal and then take a few steps to reach their bedroom?

Here are our 3 favourite hotel restaurants in London


HOI POLLOI @ the Ace Hotel
Daily: 7am–12am (1am Thu–Sat)
100 Shoreditch High St,
E1 6JQ, Shoreditch

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This funky restaurant, which translates as “the people”, offers a modern British menu in a swanky environment. Every table here has its own power and USB plug – and some waiters even glide the room in rollerblades.

Now that we’ve established that this place is hip, let’s talk about the food. Our favourite dish on the menu has to be the mouth-watering sirloin Carpaccio served with radish, miso and horseradish (£10) but the £7 glass of champagne comes in close second. For mains, we recommend the delicious Blackened cauliflower in a buttermilk sauce served with melted Montgomery Cheddar and almonds (£14).


TARTUFO @ No.11 Cadogan Gardens Hotel
Open for Lunch: Mon-Sat 12-2pm, Sun 12-4pm / Open for Dinner: Mon-Sat 7-10pm
11 Cadogan Gardens,
SW3 2RJ, Chelsea

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Are you absolutely obsessed with truffle? We are. This sumptuous restaurant located in the dreamy No.11 Cadogan Gardens Hotel is all about the divine mushroom. The truffle-tasting menu is to die for and includes extravagant delights, such as “Scottish Scallops, Pear & Mustard Compote, Winter Salad Leaves & Truffle”. If £65 per person for 6 courses is understandably out of your budget, head there for lunch and enjoy 3 courses & a ½ bottle of wine for £35. Now we’re talking.


Holborn Dining Room @ The Rosewood Hotel
Mon-Fri 7am-11.30pm / Sat 8am-11.30pm / Sun 7am-10.30pm
252 High Holborn,
WC1V 7EN, Holborn



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We are officially in love with this place. Not only does it have the most adorable outdoor seating but its courtyard also metamorphoses into a farmer’s market each Sunday. With its plush red-leather furniture and marble floors, this British brasserie remind us of Balthazar and The Wolseley – only cooler and less pretentious. As for its menu, we insist you try the Wild Boar Salami (£8.50) and the Devilled Lambs Kidneys on sourdough toast (£8.50).


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