The Royal Automobile Club
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- 84%History Buffs
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- The Royal Automobile ClubMember ofLuxury TravelersLocal CultureBusiness Travelers+ 4
One of the most luxurious and traditional private member’s club in town offering outstanding accommodations at fantastic rates in the chic St. James district in Central London. Members have full access to both: the Pall Mall and the Woodcote Park Clubhouses, which offer superb facilities including range of upscale accommodations, dining and sporting such as Golf Courses. At the Pall Mall is 106 guestrooms that have been largely renovated and decorated with elegant furnishings; many feature stunning views of the Big Ben. The opulent F1 Car on display at the reception is the picturesque attraction at the hotel. The property is set on the famous Pall Mall, close to St. James’s and Green Parks, Piccadilly Circus, Buckingham Palace, Leicester Square, Trafalgar Square, The National Gallery, major theaters, and the famous shopping streets including Regent, Carnaby, Oxford and Bond streets. The experience is certainly fantastic and greatly priced, but limited to members.Recommended for:
- The Royal Automobile ClubMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 7
An interesting blend of members' club and hotel, the Royal Automobile Club feels like walking into the old school establishment, yet also has some jaw-dropping touched like the car in the middle of the lobby. Understatedly elegant in the manner of its century-old tradition, the RAC is definitely one of London's less obvious, but more than adequate, places to stay. A note: perhaps due to its long history, the age range tends more towards well-established than young and upcoming.Recommended for:
- The Royal Automobile Club
The RAC has a wonderful restuarant and the history formed in 1897 to promote motoring. They sponsor the London to Brighton motor race and are now one of the city's top private clubs. If you are visiting London, you can book a room in the RAC and have use of the wonderful location and facilities without the joining fee!Recommended for: