Kate Middleton & the Rest of the Royal Family Love The Goring Hotel in London
Kate Middleton, who has a net worth of $10 million, and the rest of the Royal family love The Goring Hotel in London.
The same place where Kate Middleton spent the night before her wedding to Prince William remains the royal family’s favorite hotel.
The hotel is so special that a while ago it has received a prestigious honor, a Royal Warrant from the Queen, the first ever given to a hotel.
Since the opening in 1910, the independently owned Goring Hotel which features 69 rooms, has received many awards and accolades.
In 2016 the hotel received from Forbes magazine Travel Guide, five stars.
Apart from its elegant indoor spaces decorated in Edwardian-style, like the Royal Suite, where Kate Middleton slept, the hotel features a stunning garden.
The Goring’s garden, larger than Centre Court at Wimbledon, is so prestigious that everyone wants to spend their nights there.
Let’s not mention the treatment you’ll receive is nothing short of princely. According to the owner, Jeremy Goring, the “rooms and suites oozing class and Gainsborough silk-lined luxury”, are nothing like you’ve seen before.
The hotel remained in his family of over 100 years, and what people always write about the hotel is the excellent staff, which makes each guest feel special.
Where you can find it?
Located just a few blocks from the Buckingham Palace, the hotel’s reputation speaks for itself.
It the royal family chose this place as their favorite hotel, it means that is something really special about it.
From the 1937 coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, aka the Queen Mother, many royals chose the Goring over the palace, because of its en suite bathrooms.
The Queen Mother used to have her afternoon tea overlooking the private gardens, and at the dining room, she would have her favorite dish, the lobster-accented eggs Drumkilbo.
Fun fact, the hotel still serves the Queen Mother’s favorite dish, in her honor.
Then there is the powder room where guests can fondle the same handwoven red silk that pads in the Queen’s throne room.
In addition, the master bathroom, boasts a life-size portrait of Queen Victoria, splashed across the over-sized shower.