Another new addition to London’s list of high-end hotels, Syon Park Hotel first opened its doors in March 2011. It is the flagship Waldorf Astoria Hotel in England and was commissioned by the impressive The Ability Group.

Home to The Duke of Northumberland and his family for over 400 years this modern hotel is set in over 200 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens and surrounded by a rich English country history. Situated alongside the River Thames, only 7 miles from the heart of London, the London Syon Park Hotel offers access to the best of both worlds; the city and the country.



And if you can pry yourself away from your suite the hotel offers a variety of excellent dining opportunities from fine dining in The Clubhouse to ice cream sundaes in Brownies. Drawing inspiration from the classical Waldorf Astoria and the surrounding area of Syon Park guests can dine in luxury enjoying meals that showcase the best of the English countryside with ingredients sourced from the grounds and the hotels own edible garden.

Once dinner is over why not retire to Peacock Alley the hotels very own martini bar. With ice carved straight from an ice block on the bar and locally sourced liquor Peacock Alley creates classic cocktails that pay homage to the original Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City.



This beautiful hotel is also a perfect place to hold your wedding, birthday, engagement or private event. Offering stunning spaces for guests ranging from 70 to 700 London Syon Park Hotel is the perfect place to celebrate. The Grand Ballroom, capable of accommodating 450 guests overlooking the park is the perfect setting to celebrate a wedding. Photo opportunities throughout the park provide the perfect setting for an English Country wedding and the hotels first class dining and luxury suites will offer you a wedding you will never forget.



Offering first class luxury with breath taking views across the grounds the hotels 137 suites combine the historical with the modern adopting a state of the art in-room entertainment system powered by Apple.


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