REVIEW: The Sheraton Grand Park Lane Hotel relaunches


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Following a multi-million pound refurbishment and upgrade to Sheraton’s Grand tier of hotels, the relaunch marks the start of an exciting new stage in the 90- year history of this Mayfair icon.

The event was one of old school glamour and opulence as well as delicious food and champagne. Guests were dazzled by live acts in the hotel’s famous Art Deco Ballroom and live music performances in the timeless Palm Court. Throughout the evening there was an array of delectable food and drink from the hotel’s newly launched Mercante Italian restaurant and Smith & Whistle Bar. 

Guests were introduced to all that is on offer in the hotel in terms of restaurants, bars and entertainment. On entering the Mercante restaurant, there were huge bubbling pots of truffled risotto and displays of all types of meats and cheeses. Guests were treated to a trio of Italian singers as they ate and sipped on champagne and classic Negronis.

I highly recommend visiting this hotel for the offering of their generous Prosecco Brunch. 2 courses for £15 or 3 for £20 with the addition of bottomless prosecco for £15 is not to be sneezed at!

Rooms start from £280 per night and the decor and glamour of it all is enough to make anyone feel like a 1920s film star.

The Sheraton Grand London Park Lane

By: Hannah Lovell