In the heart of Rosewood London, the Holborn Dining Room offers a culinary showcase of reimagined British classics while the art of afternoon tea remains a cherished tradition within its walls. Housed in a Grade II-listed edifice that was once the 1914 Edwardian stronghold of the Pearl Assurance Company, the hotel seamlessly merges English heritage with contemporary sophistication. Beyond its striking seven-story Pavonazzo marble staircase are 263 upscale rooms and 45 suites, each echoing the property’s luxurious ethos. The Rosewood is both a beacon of London’s architectural history and a reflection of its modern dynamism.
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