Hyde Restaurant

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Modern European
The Roseate House London offers spectacular views over leafy Westbourne Terrace, which was once described as “quite the finest street in London”. A stone’s throw from Hyde Park, the hotel is steeped in history; it was once home to John Constable, son of the famous landscape artist, and sits across from the church where Oscar Wilde married.

A haven of tranquillity from the hustle and bustle of Central London, this luxury boutique hotel comprises of three restored, mid-19th century, Grade II listed townhouses originally built in 1842. The Hotel’s bar, The Hyde, has been impeccably restored to retain the grace and charm of its original Victorian architecture.

Fashioned in the style of an immaculate aristocratic drawing room, The Hyde is a real treat for the eyes. Adorned with velvets, gilded mirrors, oil paintings and chandeliers, it exudes sophistication without pretentiousness.
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