Inside ‘London’s most expensive hotel room’ that’s so big it has own postcode

Many of us would have to take out a loan to stay in London’s priciest hotel room.

The Rosewood in Holborn has reportedly hosted A-listers like Justin Bieber and Oprah Winfrey.

It is based at WC1V 7EN and is known for being historic, exclusive and extremely grand – with one of its luxurious wings having a postcode of its own.

According to MyLondon, the Manor House Wing is made up of six connecting rooms across 208 square metres.

The hotel boasts it “redefines London luxury” with its private lift and entrance, as well as full butler service.

The immaculately decorated living room for the wing has a 52-inch LED TV as well as generous seating space.

With a huge dining room, you'll truly eat like a king with space at the circular dining table for eight, meaning you can even entertain guests if you decide to show off your suite.

The Manor House even has its own library, for the more studious guest.

It also has a pantry and kitchen for those who are keen on a late night snack and a personal bar if you fancy a tipple.

Sound dreamy?

Unfortunately, your dreams may be crushed a little when you hear about the price.

Staying at the Rosewood for the weekend could cost you the same as a house.

If you can find a night that the suite is free you'll have to pay an eye-watering fee of about £20,000 per night.

You can split this cost between up to 14 guests, who will have various bedrooms and nine bathroom facilities to use between them.

For something more affordable, couples can book Deluxe King rooms instead.

The average cost per night is £560, which is a lower price to pay for one of London’s most exclusive hotels.

In the Deluxe King rooms there are "sumptuous bespoke furnishings and handsome Italian marble bathrooms".

You also get a snazzy coffee machine, salon-grade hairdryer, Geneva sound system and 46-inch LED television in the room.

For the luxury experience on a smaller budget, guests can also make the most of 24-hour room service.

They’re also spoilt with twice-daily housekeeping and an evening turnout service.

Very fancy!

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