- US$100 Food and Beverage credit, once per stay
- Full English Breakfast for two daily
- 40 GBP Food and Beverage credit in the Bar, per room, per stay
- One way luxury car airport transfer for suite bookings. Three (3) night minimum stay required and excluding promotional rates
- Complimentary access to a local fitness center
- Welcome Drink
- Complimentary canape service
- All Day complimentary snack
The following amenities are subject to availability at the time of check-in/departure:
- Early Check-In
- Late Check-Out
Suite Privileges Terms and Applicable Suites/Villas Categories
- Junior Suite
- Executive Hospitality Suite
- Conservatory Suite
Suite/Villa Privileges are combinable with other packages and promotions.
Information and pricing is subject to change without notice, including changes in the currency exchange rate. All prices are per night, per room, double occupancy, unless otherwise noted. Prices may vary by day of travel, season, duration and are subject to availability at time of booking. Valid on new reservations, not combinable with other offers unless otherwise noted and not applicable to groups. Resort fees, gratuities and taxes are not included unless specified.
Voted the number 1 hotel in the UK by TripAdvisor, and with a prestigious Forbes Five Star Rating, 41 is an exquisite hidden gem, and arguably the closest 5* hotel to Buckingham Palace, a short stroll from Victoria station and the city’s top attractions are within easy reach.
41 is one of the most distinguished and admired hotels in London, a discreet and intimate hideaway and it has the relaxed feel of an exclusive private members club.
A chic black and white design runs throughout with mahogany furniture, original artwork, and live fire places in the rooms, comfort is at the forefront of our minds.
The exceptional service and amenities include the famous Executive Lounge where guests are invited to ‘plunder the pantry’ and enjoy a glass of Champagne by the fireplace.
41 is a true ‘home away from home’ where a professional team seeks to surprise and delight at every turn; begin your stay with a welcome glass of champagne on arrival and feel thoroughly spoilt with all day ice cream, freshly bakes scones with jam and clotted cream served as high tea, and a selection of evening canapés and appetisers, all which are complimentary.Travel + Leisure 'World's Best' Awards - Voted No. 2 Best City Hotel in Europe – 2017
Travel + Leisure 'World's Best' Awards - Voted No. 1 Best Hotels in London – 2017
Check In Time: 2:00 PM
Check Out Time: 12:00 Noon
- Westminster Attractions
Opposite Buckingham Palace and a short walk from Westminster Abbey
41, directly overlooks the Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace – the only way you are going to spend the night any closer to Her Majesty is to come on a state visit! The Queen, of course, is at the very heart of her capital, so 41 is perfectly situated for visiting all of London’s major attractions.
Royalty on the doorstep
The Queen’s Gallery, displaying many of the best works of art from the Royal Family’s personal collection, is a two minute walk. Keep going another few yards and you are standing directly in front of the Palace itself. From here you can watch the magnificent spectacle of Changing the Guard. In the summer months you can also take a tour of the Palace’s breath-taking State Rooms.
London’s most popular attractions within easy walking distance
From the Palace wander down the tree lined Mall, with lovely St James’s Park on your right and St James’s Palace on your left, and you soon pass through the magnificent Admiralty Arch and into Trafalgar Square. Turning right takes you down Whitehall, past the Royal Banqueting Hall, the Cenotaph, Downing Street and many of London’s most important government buildings.
After only a few hundred yards the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and the London Eye appear on your left, while directly ahead is Westminster Abbey, where Prince William and Kate Middleton were recently married. Turn right again to enjoy a pleasant stroll along Birdcage Walk. Following the edge of St James’s Park you are back at Buckingham Palace. If you have still got the legs for it, wander past the Palace, head across Green Park, and visit Apsley House, splendid home of the great Duke of Wellington. All that, within easy walking distance of the hotel!
We’re surrounded by museums, galleries and concert halls
Lovers of art and culture are also conveniently placed – The National Gallery, The National Portrait Gallery, Tate Britain, the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum, the Royal Academy of Arts, the Royal Albert Hall, the Royal Festival Hall and the National Theatre are all a short cab ride away.
Great shopping wherever you turn
Shopaholics are also very much in their element. A short distance to the west you will find the glittering rows of fashionable boutiques along Brompton Road, Sloane Street and the Kings Road, with the legendary Harrods and Harvey Nicholls for good measure. Directly across Green Park and you are in Mayfair, exploring the wealth of upmarket stores on Bond Street, Regent Street, South Moulton Street, Piccadilly, Savile Row and the Burlington Arcade.
So much to do after dark
There is no shortage of great things to enjoy in the evening. The two hugely popular musicals, ‘Wicked’ and ‘Billy Elliot’, are both being staged just around the corner from the hotel. The famous Mango Tree Restaurant, serving exquisite Thai food is also just a short walk away.
Piccadilly Circus, Shaftesbury Avenue and Leicester Square, only a few minutes' cab ride away, offer a wealth of other theatrical productions and new film screenings. Before and after the show you can enjoy yourself in the narrow streets of Soho – there is a wealth of pubs, bars and restaurants serving everything from a pie and a pint to a full Chinese banquet
Although no two rooms at 41 are alike, they do share a striking black and white theme. Within that simple device, their designers have come up with 30 unique rooms and suites, each with its own individual and stylish look.
There is a hint of romantic mystery about those rooms. Thoughtful touches such as fresh fruit and flowers, delicious snacks and treats, scented candles, rich mahogany furniture and open fireplaces (not all rooms) ensure that your stay is luxurious and welcoming.
Technology abounds – iPod docking stations, interactive TV with movies on demand, complimentary high-speed internet, radio, and CD player.
- Fitness Center Nearby
- High-Speed Internet Access
- Meeting & Conference Facilities
- Spa Treatment In Room
- 24-Hour Room Service
- Babysitting on Request
- Banquet Services
- Currency Exchange
- Express Check-Out
- Front Desk
- Meeting Planning
- Multilingual Staff
- Secretarial Services
- Turndown Service
- Twice-Daily Housekeeping
Directions from Victoria Station
The Hotel is a five minute walk from Victoria station. Exit the station at Terminus Place and turn left, then turn right onto Buckingham Palace Road and follow the road for approximately 100 metres where you will arrive at your destination
Car parking facilities are available nearby in the form of NCP pay parking. The price is £39.20 per 24 hours. Please note that central London operates a Congestion Charge zone between the hours of 7am-6pm Monday to Friday, excluding Public Holidays. The current daily charge when entering the zone is £10.00. For details on how to pay please visit the following website www.cclondon.com. Please be aware that as of 19th February 2012 the Congestion Charge zone has been extended West, to find out more please visit www.cclondon.com.
There are several bus stops near the hotel, as well as Victoria Coach Station nearby.
Heathrow Airport by Train
The Heathrow Express is the fastest way to travel into Central London. Trains leave Heathrow Airport from approximately 5.00am until 11.45pm. For more information, and details of fares, visit the Heathrow Express website.
Heathrow Airport by Tube
The Piccadilly line connects Heathrow Airport to Central London and the rest of the Tube system. The Tube is cheaper than the Heathrow Express or Heathrow Connect but it takes a lot longer and is less comfortable. Tube services leave Heathrow every few minutes from approximately 5.10 am (5.50 am Sundays) to 11.45 pm (11.30 pm Sundays).
Journey time to Piccadilly Circus is about 50 minutes. There are three Tube stations at Heathrow Airport, serving Terminals 1-3, Terminal 4 and Terminal 5. For more information, and details of fares, visit the Transport for London (TfL) website. If you're going to be using London's public transport system, it's worth buying an Oyster card.
Gatwick Airport by Rail
The Gatwick Express is the fastest way into Central London. There are trains every 15 minutes between Gatwick Airport's South Terminal and London Victoria Station every day from 4.35am to 1.35am. Journey time is 30 minutes and the service is non-stop to Victoria. For more information, and details of fares, visit the Gatwick Express website
Gatwick Airport by Taxi
There are usually taxis queuing for customers at Gatwick airport. Only use a black cab or reputable mini-cab and never use unauthorised drivers. The official Gatwick taxi concession is Airport Cars Gatwick. You can ask the driver for an estimate of how much your journey will cost beforehand. Find out more from the TfL taxi fares page
41 Buckingham Palace Road
+44 20 7300 0041
- London, England [Heathrow Airport], United Kingdom (LHR) — 18 Miles
- London, England [Gatwick Airport], United Kingdom (LGW) — 35 Miles
- London [Stansted], United Kingdom (STN) — 38 Miles
- London, England [Luton Airport], United Kingdom (LTN) — 30 Miles