An exquisite gem hidden in the heart of London, we are proud to be honoured as one of the World's Most Luxurious Hotels.
Our residents-only hotel, with a prestigious Forbes Five-Star rating, has been recognised as the number one hotel in the UK for more than a decade.
Arrive at our private entrance overlooking the Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace, imbued with the subtle fragrance of Hotel 41’s own signature scent, and be welcomed with a personal check-in and a glass from our beautiful Champagne trolley. In your bedroom or suite, discover a selection of homemade treats created by our Executive Chef, along with a supremely comfortable, handcrafted Savoir bed. An unforgettable experience begins...
Our hotel remains open and we are here to welcome you for any business-related stay. Our restaurants and bars are closed, however you can enjoy in-room dining throughout your stay.
Lovers of art and history are spoilt for choice. Apsley House, the magnificent home of the Duke of Wellington, is only a couple of minutes’ walk from the hotel, while the Royal Academy and the world renowned galleries along Cork Street and Albemarle Street are not much further. Keep going and you’ll soon be in Trafalgar Square, opposite the National Gallery.
Turn south from Trafalgar Square and enter Whitehall - you’ll pass the Royal Banqueting Hall, The Cenotaph war memorial and Downing Street before arriving at Big Ben, the London Eye, The Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey. Turn right and you’ll be heading back to the hotel via the Cabinet War Rooms, Buckingham Palace, the Royal Mews and the Queen's Gallery. About the same distance to the west you’ll find the world renowned Victoria & Albert Museum, the Science Museum and the Natural History Museum.
The glittering shops on Bond Street, Regent Street, South Moulton Street, Piccadilly, Savile Row and the Burlington Arcade are just a few minutes away. World famous stores include Hamleys, Liberty’s and Fortnum & Mason, to name but a few. A little further the other way is Harrods, Harvey Nichols and the glittering boutiques of Knightsbridge, Sloane Square and the King’s Road.