The Georgian House in London, England

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The Georgian House hotel  was Built in 1851, by Serena von der Heyde’s great great grandfather William Chinnery Mitchell, the Georgian House Hotel has been a family treasure for over 150 years.

The Georgian House Hotel boasts five stars, 63 bedrooms and apartments. It has carved out a place within London’s bustling hotel scene as a warm and welcoming place for families, couples and those on business to base themselves when visiting the capital. Throughout the generations, the family has always maintained the ‘home from home’ feel that guests recognise and appreciate time and time again.

Individually crafted rooms showcase the hotel’s 19th century architecture, with a quirkytwist.

The Georgian House Hotel integrates contemporary design into the historic idiosyncrasies of the building perfectly. Each room is designed and decorated individually, to make the best of its daylight, size and original features.

From singles, twins and doubles to apartments and suites for up to six guests, there is a character-filled and comfortable space for every occasion, whether you’re visiting from overseas, looking for a weekend break in London, or enjoying an extended stay in the capital.

The design and feel found throughout the hotel reflects Georgian House’s attitude to their guests; everyone is different and the rooms should be too.

The Georgian House hotel  recently became the dream hotel of Harry Potter fans everywhere when it opened two Hogwarts-themed Wizarding Chambers so many kids vote this hotel as a hotel for kids.


The Wizard Chamber

Ever wondered what it’s like to sleep as a wizard? The Wizard Chamber at the Georgian House Hotel will transport you to a world full of magic and marvel.

Concealed behind a bookcase door, curious guests can enjoy venturing to the Wizard Chamber on the lower ground floor of our 19th century hotel. Pass through a portrait-lined passageway that is bathed in candle light that casts dancing shadows across the walls.

Created to conjure a mysterious and gothic feel, each room features faux castle details such as stained glass windows, stone walls, archways, trunks, cauldrons, four-poster beds hung with velvet curtains and an abundance of other curious artefacts. Wood burning stoves, cauldrons in fireplaces and tapestries complete the look.

An  award-winning full English breakfast or a deliciously magic breakfast is included in your stay to ensure your magical journey is complete.


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