London’s Indian Accents

London’s Indian Accents

As London pulsates with festivals and open-air activities, escape to The Lalit London, strategically located on Tooley Street. Whether you want to take a stroll by the riverside or admire the tallest building in United Kingdom, The Shard, the boutique hotel is close to many of London’s stunning attractions. Enjoy one of the warmest months of the year in London, and be assured of being warmly greeted with two hands pressed together in ‘namaskaar’ by the staff dressed in full Indian attire.

Old Meets New – Housed in a 180-year-old Tudor-inspired red-brick building that was once a grammar school, the 70 individually crafted rooms and suites are reminiscent of a classroom and are named so too. The Headmaster’s room, redecorated as Lalit Legacy Suite, features ornamented ceilings and warm oak paneling. It interconnects three rooms and is perfect if you are travelling with your family. The guestrooms and suites—that used to be classrooms—have soaring ceilings and large windows that provides natural light. To soothe the sore muscles, head to Rejuve – The Spa and revitalise yourself with the Ayurvedic techniques using herbal infusions.

 Rejuve - The Spa

Rejuve – The Spa

What’s On The Menu? The former grammar school’s assembly hall is now Baluchi— the hotel chain’s signature pan-Indian restaurant. You can dine under the blue chandeliers and treat yourself to Kerala-style seafood bisque with coconut and cognac and Kashmiri rogan josb. You can also savour fine wines and pair them with naans at Naanery. The hotel offers a novel Indian Afternoon tea menu at The Gallery at mezzanine level. Watch the London skyline change colours from The Terrace, where you can enjoy the best of both Baluchi and The Gallery in an open setting.

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