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Royal Experiences

Study the lavish lives of the Royal Family from our doorstep, with a singular selection of Royal sights, traditions, and appearances throughout our neighbourhoods. Whether you are looking to visit the fabled halls of our city’s innumerable palaces, line up on The Mall to watch a piece of history unfurl before your eyes or stand shoulder to shoulder with the monarchy at Royal Ascot, London is the ultimate destination to get in on the action!

Discover upcoming events

2023 is predicted to have an unprecedented and historic summer, with events ranging from The Coronation to The Royal Ascot and His Majesty’s first series of garden parties.

17th June 2023

Trooping of the Colour 2023

Join the Royal family as they celebrate the King’s official birthday with the Trooping of the Colour this June. Celebrations will be marked with a ceremonial parade in the presence of His Majesty, accompanied by a series of military troops and honoured officials.The procession will march down The Mall, having begun at Horse Guards Palace before concluding the celebrations at Buckingham Palace, where the King is expected to make an additional appearance, waving to the public from the Royal Balcony, as per tradition.



Widely considered one of the richest and varied cultural destinations in the world, London offers a wealth of stunning cultural sites, with historical legacies such as Henry VIII and William the Conqueror to be discovered in our city.



Just moments from The Resident Victoria’s doors lies Britain’s most extravagant address, Buckingham Palace, home to our new monarch King Charles III. Whether you are hoping to witness the Royal Family appear on the balcony as we welcome in a new Era, visit the State Rooms when they reopen later this summer or even if you’ve received a royal invite to attend one of its prestigious events later this summer, enjoy all this and more just a stone’s throw from your room.

Reopening from 14th July - 24th September 2023

The State Rooms

During your visit to the Palace, explore the magnificent State Rooms which provide the setting for ceremonial occasions and official entertaining. Having entertained guests ranging from Winston Churchill to President Obama, take in one of history’s most beloved backdrops.

The Royal Mews

If the Coronation celebrations whet your appetite for a look behind the scenes at the royal procession, a visit to the Royal Mews is well worth your time. Witness iconic state vehicles such as the exquisite Gold State Coach, prominently featured in every coronation since 1821.

The Queens Gallery

Discover the history of our Royal family in more depth, with the Queen’s Gallery’s exceptional selection of Georgian artifacts. With each and every display a part of the Royal family’s private collection, take in old master paintings, rare furniture and the palace’s extensive selection of photography.


One of London’s most gentrified and historic neighbourhoods, visit the birthplace of Queen Victoria or stroll through the Prince of Wales’ very own neighbourhood.

Kensington Palace

Discover the extravagant façade of London’s legendary Kensington Palace, home to numerous members of the royal family including the Prince and Princess of Wales and their children. Take in the area’s stunning grounds and explore the birthplace of Queen Victoria, with tickets available until the end of October 2023.

Albert Memorial

Considered one of the most ornate monuments in the city, the Albert Memorial pays tribute to the late Prince Albert, Prince Consort to Queen Victoria, who passed away from Typhoid in 1872, at just 42 years old. The stunning cenotaph is ideally situated in the heart of Kensington Gardens, just across the road of The Royal Albert Hall.

A Little Further Afield…

Just beyond our beautiful neighbourhoods, lie a wealth of historic gems for you to enjoy, varying from haunting historical sites to prolific royal residences.

Tower of London

Just a short distance from our doors, lies the Tower of London, home to the crown jewels. Catch a glimpse of the jewels featured in the coronation up close, as well as relics belonging to rulers dating back to the medieval era. Or more keen historians may wish to delve into the castle’s gruesome past, with chilling stories ranging the disappearances of the princes in the tower or the executions of Lady Jane Grey and Anne Boleyn.

Windsor Castle

Consider a visit to Windsor, just west of the city, home to Windsor Castle, a particular favourite of the Royal Family and final resting place of our late Queen. Wander through the opulent state rooms, take in their palace’s first-rate art collection or even inspect the changing of the guard.

Hampton Court Palace

Observe the elegant baroque palace of Hampton Court, once home to Henry VIII and his wives and the backdrop to many legendary Tudor clashes. Navigate the estate’s immaculately maintained great hall, Tudor kitchen and more than 60 acres of beautiful gardens.

We’re here to help!

Enjoy all of this and more with our incredibly well-connected hotels, just moments from the buzz of the celebrations, with ample activities enjoy in and around our local communities. If you’re looking for a more bespoke set of local recommendations, why not speak to our outstanding Resident Insiders team at reception, who would be delighted to help you draft your perfect London itinerary!