The Waldorf Hilton

The Waldorf Hilton Hotel

The Waldorf Hilton London was opened in 1889 and named after William Waldorf Astor, in 2004 the hotel was taken over by the Hilton Hotels Corporation, it has well appointed guest rooms, and a range of dining and drinking options you can choose from a range of room options including the restored Edwardian styling. Upgrade. Good Godfrey’s Bar & Lounge is named after the former leader of The Waldorf house band and celebrates the legendary Howard Godfrey, it has a collection of refreshing cocktails during the evening.

Inspired by the grand cafés of Europe, Homage Restaurant offers the Louis XVI-style décor it is a former ballroom of the hotel with chandeliers, ionic columns, leather banquets and modern art pieces. You can enjoy a swim in the 14m heated indoor pool, or relax on one of the pool side loungers, the hotel is very family and children friendly it has a family package that includes a children's menu, high chairs and cribs.

Get a suite at the Waldorf and get free access to the Executive Lounge with complimentary continental breakfast, afternoon tea, evening canapés and all day refreshments. Separate seating area or living room. Inset bathroom TV. Executive Lounge access with complimentary breakfast and refreshments. Separate bathtub and shower. King bed. Sofa. Bathrobe and slippers. Tea and coffee making facilities. Flat screen TV with satellite channels (including sports channels). Newspaper. Complimentary mineral water. Armchair. Work desk and chair.
The hotel is getting a reputation for weddings and many well to do couples choose the historic Waldorf Hilton London hotel for their wedding, and recreate the glamour and grandeur of twenties jazz era grand balls, you can have a luxurious banquet in the historic Palm court or the adjacent Adelphi suite, which can accommodate up to 380 guests for dinner and dancing.
Afternoon tea at the Waldorf is an institution that everyone who stays here must be part of with it's finger sandwiches delicate pastries and silver service it's a must. Now Godfreys bar is celebrating it's links with jazz music with jazz nights twice a week, Blue Rose features sets and songs by Nat King Cole, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday and for reasons that escape me Beyoncé.
After a drink in Godfrey's go to the Homage restaurant where children get a free 2 course meal if you are a resident. But for the adults it's best for Japanese cured salmon, quail egg, caper berry, shallot and toasted sliced bread, followed by of course the famous Waldorf salad (or you could try the Cesar salad) and to finish off the meal why not try the rhubarb crumble with Bailey’s ice cream.