On Her Majesty’s Sleeping Service / Hg2 MUST-STAY

Sexy, classy, covert and timeless. Now not only words synonymous with the character of James Bond but can also be attached onto the many descriptions given to The Eccleston Square Hotel. Somewhat hidden away amongst the beauty of Central London in Pimlico, the hotel is situated right near Victoria Station and is approximately twenty-five minutes from Heathrow Airport, if by chance any sudden international missions were to occur. If, luckily enough, her Majesty does not come calling, then the endless stream of gadgets laden across rooms will more than suffice. State-of-the-art bedroom interiors include 46-inch 3D TVs, blue-tooth iPod connections, VoIP phones, programmable curtains,  TVs incorporated into the heated mirrors and marble bathrooms with smart glass walls. When you’ve finished conjuring up all thoughts of espionage and trickery possible in the hotel room, you can also find a 50-cover restaurant and bar for those martinis – shaken not stirred, of course. These hedonistic thrills are bound to be exhausting but the Eccleston Square proudly lays claim to offering guests ‘the words best beds’, sourced from acclaimed Swedish manufacturers Hastens (even those not bowled over by a price tag must admit that at £12,000 each, these feathered beauties have no rival). The Eccleston Square opens June 2011.
By Tobi Oke
SITE: ecclestonsquarehotel.com
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