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Chancery Court Hotel London
Holborn
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Situated in Holborn, a short walk from the shops and theatres of the West End and within easy reach of the River Thames and the City, Chancery Court Hotel, London is ideally located for today's business and leisure guest. Since being voted “one of the top five business hotels in the UK” by Conde Nast Traveller in 2010, the hotel has continued to grow from strength to strength. Set in a historic landmark building, Chancery Court Hotel, London boasts some of the largest guest rooms in London. Escape to the hotel's award-winning Spa at Chancery Court, home to a gold-leafed relaxation room, or take advantage of the fully equipped Fitness Suite. Pearl Restaurant and Bar is the ideal venue for a celebration or for catching up with friends or when hosting a working breakfast or lunch. Pearl is open daily for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, drinks and dinner, serving an informal menu of classic international dishes, using locally sourced ingredients.From the moment you walk in, the restaurant impresses with trails of hand strung pearls, pearl chandeliers and walnut interior. Hard to believe it was originally one of the main banking halls in the buildings former life as the head office of Pearl Assurance.

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