Family-run luxury London hotel, The Goring is to reopen its doors on September 4, with its Michelin-starred Dining Room opening a few weeks later.
In true Goring style, at 10am on Friday 4 September, trumpets will sound and the doors to the hotel will be opened by red liveried footman and mark the reopening of the 69 bedrooms and cocktail bar.
The secluded garden will also reopen, with food from the restaurant’s Michelin-starred kitchen served outdoors from afternoon tea to all-day dining and dinner.
Bookings for the Dining Room will be taken a few weeks after the reopening, with an app available for guests to navigate the hotel’s services.
It was revealed last month that Nathan Outlaw’s Siren Restaurant at The Goring will not reopen post lockdown.
The Goring was opened in 1910 by Otto Goring and is now the only five-star luxury hotel in London that is owned and run by the family that built it.
In January 2013 The Goring was granted a Royal Warrant of appointment to HM The Queen for Hospitality Services and in 2016 The Dining Room was awarded its first Michelin star.