News & Reviews Europe England Which room to stay in at The Connaught?

Having stayed in every different room type of The Connaught, over a period of 110 stays, I can speak with a certain authority on this hotel.  So let’s see what room works best for you.

I am on a budget and enjoy rooms that are slightly smaller than wardrobes 

You are spoilt for choice.  The Superior King rooms with numbers such as 301 or 201 will exorcise that agoraphobia.

I do not want any of the common folk anywhere near me

Any room you wish.

A sensible priced suite

Perhaps a nearby Holiday Inn?

A non-sensibly priced suite

Connaught Suite

Connaught Suite

Connaught Suite

The most reasonable priced speciality suite that a couple could afford without selling their kidneys.  

The Eagles Lodge

I demand a piano in my room

The Sutherland Suite.

I have an airport named after me

The Library Suite

The Library Suite

I can only feel a twinge of happiness if no one else can be on the same floor as me

The Terrace Suite

Terrace Suite

Terrace Suite

I own a country

The Apartment

The Apartment

The Apartment

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