Breakfast: Metropolitan Hotel

Sunday, January 31, 2016

Breakfast at the Metropolitan Hotel 

The Metropolitan Hotel on Park Lane, was,  for many years known for its met bar – it was the bar to been seen at & most definitely the bar to cocktail at in central London.

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In recent years though, the vibe has grown with our social/lifestyle focused changes & is becoming the top hotel for travellers, business travellers & the profiled looking to remain refreshed & most importantly, to leave revitalised. The COMO hotel seemingly synonymous with serenity.

These changes have seen a refurbishment & the arrival of such technological suites, you have that initial fear of not being able to turn off a particular light or silence the a/c– one of my pet peeves when travelling, thank-fully though, this seems pretty straight-forward.

It is also worth noting the new decor, the soft tones melting into the Hyde Park forestry, just across Park Lane, one is instantly relaxed upon entering both suites and rooms.

suite interior

Thank-fully, what has not changed is how discreet the hotel it is, many a ‘face’ stay here ,visit the original London Nobu, Nobu Old Park Lane, or use the hotel’s gym; without the glare of paparazzi!

It was such a treat to visit & sample breakfast – a breakfast I was talking about for weeks- you know me!


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I was lucky enough to enjoy:

White cappuccino

Zucchini rosti with smoked salmon, lemon scented ricotta cheese, dill & rocket

Pumpkin seed toast- like, the best thing since sliced bread!!

Like I said, this was a breakfast that I didn’t stop talking about for a while; it is always so nice to dine somewhere & leave feeling ready to conquer the world.

Access to the White Room is not strictly for Metropolitan residents, so why not visit after a brisk, chilly Hyde Park walk.

Maybe see you there for Brunch soon?

Thank-you to Metropolitan Hotel for having me, & for breakfast, see you soon!

Metropolitan Hotel, Old Park Lane, Mayfair

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