Duke of Monmouth
The renegade Duke, Soho Square’s most notorious resident, was beheaded in 1685 for leading a rebellion against the King, his uncle. He would have felt very much at home in this spectacular two storey suite incorporating a grand and spacious bedroom, an intimate sitting room with a working fireplace and a garden with a sliding glass roof which allows you to enjoy it even on a typical London summer’s day! The sitting room and garden are accessible without passing through the bedroom – ideal for entertaining friends or business associates during your stay. You’ll find it hard to resist sharing the vast marble bath, filled with water from the beak of a life sized eagle. The room is air-conditioned and has complimentary wi-fi, flat screen television, Blu-ray player, stereo, mini bar, safe, ornate antique desk and REN toiletries.