The lobby is small, decorated with original hard wood panelling dating back before the 1800's, this gives the lobby and lounge area a warm, historic and traditional atmosphere.
The Grand Royale London Hyde Park was built at the turn of the century. Originally built in the 1850s, the private house was renovated in the early 1900s. The house became a hotel in 1966 and was reopened after refurbishment in 1972. The house front is of stone in an elaborate Franco-Flemish style.
All rooms consist of a Wi-Fi (or wired) high speed broadband and stylishly designed bathrooms equipped with state-of-the-art rain showers and luxury toiletries.
The main restaurant is located on the lower ground floor, it is fairly simply decorated in a bold colour scheme and modern style. Meanwhile, guests can enjoy a drink in the beautifully preserved bar on the ground floor.