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The Rubens at the Palace

The Rubens at the Palace is situated in a perfect location, opposite of the Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace and is moments from Victoria Station. With over 140 deluxe guest rooms and a wonderful hospitality staff, you will feel like royalty staying in The Rubens. The hotel will give you a sense of nostalgia dating back to the bygone age, while still accommodating to today's modern comforts and technology necessities. Your hotel stay is sure to include a lovely and inviting staff, fine dining and a host of thoughtful touches of fine British hospitality.

Rooms & Amenities

Each of the hotel's 143 deluxe guest rooms are beautifully furnished with great attention to past and modern detail. All Guestrooms Feature:
  • Complimentary high-speed internet access
  • Cable TV & Movies on demand
  • Deluxe Toiletries
  • Hairdryers
  • Irons/Ironing Boards
  • Air Conditioning
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Plush bathrobes and ladies and gents slippers
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • A Safe


The Rubens at the Palace includes two restaurants, a separate lounge, two bars, including the intimate Leopard Champagne Bar, and 24-hour room service. The Rubens gives diners plenty of choice for every occasion – from cocktails, to light snacks, to traditional English Afternoon Tea and fine dining. Old Masters' Restaurant: Enjoy an extensive buffet style carvery in the Old Masters' Restaurant, perfect for breakfast, lunch or a pre-theatre dinner. The breakfast included is a a delicious full English buffet breakfast that will set you up for a busy day ahead. Library Restaurant: If you are looking to dine in a more formal setting with sophisticated A La Carte classics, the Library Restaurant is a perfect option. With an equally impressive selection of the finest wines, the restaurant's elegant decor will be just as good as the chef's cuisine! The Cavalry Bar & Palace Lounge: The Palace Lounge is perfect for drinks, snacks, or our famous afternoon tea, overlooking the Royal Mews.