The Royal Horseguards Hotel
Overlooking the River Thames on the Embankment, The Royal Horseguards Hotel was designed by Thomas Archer and A. Green in 1884.
The hotel encompasses two iconic buildings: The National Liberal Club which has played host to historical icons including Winston Churchill, Gladstone and Lloyd-George, and the club’s magnificent apartments which was previously the home of the first chief of Britain’s Secret Intelligence Service.
2 Whitehall Court, London, SW1A 2EJ
The nearest tube station is Embankment and the nearest railway station is Charing Cross.