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What we can say is that is truly certainly one of Europe's most fun luxury hotels. Imagine Italian design transported into London tradition and this is what you have. The five-floor brick building may look its century-age outside but, once inside, you are in a different world. Black and gold are the colors that permeate the lobby that reaches round, as we say, to the bar - which has black Murano chandeliers overhead - and, continuing in a right wheel movement, to Brunello restaurant, and, weather permitting, back out to the terrace, looking across Hyde Park Gate to the Gardens. Kensington Palace, where Princess Diana lived, is about two hundred yards north throughout the parkland.

You will find 66 rooms and suites, decorated - uniquely - by Gilles Dez. Room 208, looking out over an area street, De Vere Gardens, includes a wooden floor painted shiny mole-color, ragged-grey walls and ceiling, and a big four-poster bed. Fabrics are fruit-colored stripes, dark raspberry and blueberry. Each side of that bed are gold vases rising to a height of nearly two metres, with gold twigs protruding from the top. Phones are the latest Bang & Olufsen, the flat-screen television is Philips, the coffee machine Illy. There's Moët in the minibar. Bathroom toiletries are Ice Dimension. On my last visit, I was in suite 407, also facing De Vere Gardens, and I particularly noted the nice shower, the heated electric towel rail and a great range of glossy magazines and art books london escorts flats.

I returned down seriously to the ground floor, past an interior-illuminated day-glo pink plastic chair, and into the Caroli Spa and gym. I seriously considered dining within my room, from the private dining Cinema paradiso menus, say Menu Via Veneta, ciabatta with roasted vegetables followed by tiramisu, and a glass of wine. In reality I joined a buddy for dinner in the bar-restaurant,

so popular not merely with hotel guests but with the affluent local Knightsbridge dwellers. Black linen cloths bore cream napkins, glass display plates, a bright rose in a glass vase. Tall folding screens near us showed collages of recognisable show-business personalities. There's a seven course tasting menu, but I ate more simply, lavender-scented foie gras and salad, and linguine with Portobello mushrooms and an area order of spinach.