Creating a New Story in the Heart of London Mayfair
The Park Lane Hotel is being reborn with a multi-million pound renovation, breathing even more 1920s glamour into the hotel. Our bedrooms are getting smarter, the Palm Court is receiving a makeover, our Reception is becoming more bright & spacious and we are going to be announcing a brand new bar and restaurant. Let us show you around…
Our Renovation Progress
Keep up to date with our renovation progress and see how close we are to completion.
Smith & Whistle
Smith & Whistle will play host to many an intriguing story, but takes its name from the 1920’s duo, Detective Inspector Smith and socialite scoundrel Mr. Whistle; sworn enemies who would call an occasional truce to meet at the bar and swap secrets from either side of the law.
At Smith & Whistle we mix a masterful martini and have designed a cocktail list that Mr. Whistle would have been delighted by. We’ve sourced some of Britain’s finest draft and bottled craft beers and smuggled in the finest English wines.View Website
Reception & Concierge
Our most recent transformation reveal is our reception and concierge. The wood panelling inlaid with a metallic Art Deco-inspired designs and silvery columns are drawn by the original Art Deco touches that are found throughout the hotel. Simple, curvaceous furniture and bespoke upholstery lend a modern twist.
All new bedrooms
All guests staying at The Park Lane Hotel will enjoy a beautifully renovated room. The style of these is drawn from the hotel’s archetypal Regency styling, with Art Deco touches reflecting the era in which the hotel was born, yet with a modern and elegant feel.
The Park Lane is fastidious about maintaining the décor of the entire area dedicated to the Grade II-listed Ballroom, including the stunning Silver Gallery and Balcony. Our expert craftsmen will painstakingly re-touch the paintwork, fittings, fixtures and the iconic silver Palladium throughout.
The Palm Court is one of the most renowned areas of the hotel. It is famous for its afternoon tea, recognised as being one of the best in London. This renovation will strive to maintain the original Art Deco influences, while bringing the room into the modern age. Sleek furniture will be set against gold-leaf columns and the original stained glass ceiling, while the addition of elements from the Link@Sheraton concept brings this gathering place into the 21st Century.
Sheraton Club Lounge
The Sheraton Club Lounge is a brand new addition to The Park Lane Hotel. Along with its launch in 2016, the hotel will introduce a new range of 43 Sheraton Club Rooms. These will offer a higher level of comfort, complimentary High Speed Wi-Fi, upgraded amenities and access to the Club Lounge, a private space where guests can enjoy complimentary breakfast, drinks and snacks during the day, a taster of the afternoon tea for which The Palm Court is famed and a full bar and evening canapés.
Sheraton Club Lounge
The Link @ Sheraton
Sheraton Fitness by EXOS
Sir Bracewell Smith
Once proud owner of this remarkable hotel, Sir Bracewell Smith oversaw some ingenious building techniques, from the ground-breaking internal steel structure, nicknamed “The Birdcage”, to the state-of-the-art whitening system for the façade. Always a favourite place for socialising, the hotel continues to defy its age and remains at the heart of London life.
It wasn’t until I tried out the relaxing Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Bed at The Park Lane Hotel that I truly understood what makes a good night’s sleep! At the end of a day jam-packed with sightseeing, there’s nothing better than putting my feet up, sinking into the cosy bedding, ordering from the tasty room service menu and knowing I’ve got a great night’s sleep ahead.
I travel a lot and find that staying at The Park Lane Hotel suits my busy lifestyle. Not only is it centrally located, but soon the new Link@Sheraton will make it even simpler to stay connected with both colleagues and family. I’ll be able to get online, print important documents, hold meetings or just find a quiet space to think – thankfully being out of the office won’t mean being out of touch.
Working at this iconic hotel for over 20 years I’ve seen a lot of change but nothing quite as big or as impressive as this current renovation. To celebrate, my colleagues have been busy cooking up an exciting range of dishes to be served in the restored 1920s-styled Palm Court. We are also pleased to announce a new bar and restaurant opening where people can meet, eat and connect.
Mr & Mrs McBride
With one of the only Art Deco ballrooms in London, The Park Lane Hotel is everything we imagined for our wedding venue. Grade II listed and over 11,000 square feet of elegant space, the Ballroom Complex has plenty of room for our 500 sit-down guests. We even get to use the iconic Silver Gallery and Balcony Suite that have featured in some of the greatest movies of all time, such as Brideshead Revisited and Titanic!
Playing Jazz at The Park Lane Hotel transports me back to the roaring 20s, when flapper girls danced the Charleston and dapper gentlemen donned their ties and tails. Whenever I perform in the Art Deco Ballroom I can’t help but be inspired by the glamour and atmosphere of the venue, so reminiscent of this celebrated golden era.