COMO Metropolitan London

At a glance

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Break

    Elegant design and a devotion to chic escapism throughout the venue, the spa boasts a wealth of treatments but no pool area.

  • Restaurant

    Restaurant

    Renowned for its menu, The Metropolitan London offers British cuisine in The Met Bar and also plays host to one of the best known Peruvian-Japanese restaurants – Nobu.

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    London is awash with culture and entertainment whether you fancy a trip to the theatre or a wander around a museum nothing is too far from Park Lane … so why not start with a stroll through Green Park and a trip to the Royal Academy of Art?

  • Shopping

    Shopping

    Moments from Harrods, Harvey Nichols and a hop, skip and a jump from Oxford Street, this location practically coined the term ‘retail therapy’.

  • Location

    Location

    It doesn’t get more central than this; in one of London’s most exclusive postcodes the venue is easily accessible and utterly stylish.

Location

COMO Metropolitan London

19 Old Park Lane London, Greater London
W1K 1LB

Spa & Leisure

An award winning wellness concept stemming from its flagship in Bali, even the name makes you want to go to the COMO Metropolitan London; and that’s before you factor in the flawless contemporary surroundings, extensive gym, personal training, six treatment rooms including two double rooms complete with steam showers, and a dedication to yoga and its principles. Plus, with a wealth of luxurious treatments including prenatal massages, detoxifying treatments, and Dr Perricone facials, it is every discerning spa goer’s cup of ginger and mānuka tea.

Hotel & Accommodation

Location, location, location is everything at this hotel constructed predominantly of white finishes and, and situated in one of London’s most coveted postcodes overlooking Hyde Park. The interior aspects, designed by United Designers, the rooms and suites continue the precedent set by the hotel’s exterior with ultra-modern furnishings, large windows and a neutral palette interrupted at times by a shock of purple – an orchid here, a cushion there.

Perhaps one of the most exciting things about this venue however is The Met Bar: offering vintage Champagne and cocktails, and also catering to sophisticated foodies with a menu that brings British culinary traditions coursing into the 21st Century. The hotel also plays host to one of the famous Nobu eateries, serving the heady mix of Peruvian-Japanese cuisine for which the brand is known.