The Royal Horseguards
From a morning cappuccino on the Terrace to a sumptuous five-course dinner at One Twenty One Two, The Royal Horseguards enchants with the finest food and drink in London.
One Twenty One Two
Its former neighbors, the Metropolitan Police, have long since moved to New Scotland Yard, but they have not been forgotten—and nor has their once famous telephone number which now gives this restaurant its unusual name. Winner of the AA Rosette, One Twenty One Two offers an innovative menu and discriminating wine list, keeping to the impeccable Guoman service and representing the very best in contemporary fine dining.
The extravagant exterior of The Royal Horseguards, said to be inspired by the a French chateaux, provides a stunning backdrop to The Terrace, where guests enjoy meals in the warm sunshine or simply take Afternoon Tea in the gentle London breezes.
Former home to the National Liberal Club—and named after one of its most illustrious members—this sophisticated room welcomes guests to unwind like the politicians of the past, with an excellent range of drinks, in an atmosphere where tradition meets comfort.
The elegant new Lounge at The Royal Horseguards serves tea and coffee all day, as well as light meals, including the famous High Tea in the afternoon.
With its eclectic fabrics and decor, Equus recreates the Gentlemen’s Club atmosphere of the hotel’s past, and celebrates the hotel’s distinguished history with a range of contemporary cocktails named after famous former guests, including the George Bernard Shaw, Lord Kitchener, Winston Churchill, and William Gladstone.