From Our Editors
Located in Embankment, the Royal Horseguards Hotel boasts some of the most iconic views in London. Grade I listed, the Victorian building acted as the headquarters of the Secret Service during World War I, and the restored interior retains much of its period charm. Inspired by the changing of the seasons, One Twenty One Two's menu showcases classic Continental dishes prepared with the finest British-produced artisan ingredients. An impressive selection of wines and flawless service has secured the restaurant an AA Rosette. With its eclectic fabrics and decor, the Equus Bar recreates the gentlemen’s club atmosphere of the hotel’s past and celebrates its rich history with a range of contemporary cocktails named after famous former guests, including the George Bernard Shaw, Lord Kitchener, Winston Churchill and William Gladstone. The Lounge at the Royal Horseguards Hotel is an ideal venue for a quintessentially British afternoon tea in London. Guests can choose from a traditional Afternoon Tea menu along with a pot of their blend leaf tea Strawberries and Cream for a full Royal Horseguards experience.