Time to re-live luxury or work in luxury!

P.G. Wodehouse novels have a way of instilling sublimal luxury in to the mundane. They take it right off the usual in to a parallel world where the biggest worries seem to be one’s petunias or prized sow! So how about I introduce you to one such idea of luxury within the hustle and bustle of everyday existence? Presenting The Egerton House Hotel built in 1843 and located in the heart of London’s fashionable Knightsbridge, a short walk from Sloane Street, King’s Road and Harrods and some of London’s best known museums.

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You can check out their well-laid and detailed website and use the built in search tool to suit your vacation, entertainment and business purposes. They have a wide range to offer: from their fine hospitality, luxurious and plush interiors, great martinis at the Egerton Bar and the speciality Afternoon tea.

They have an interesting history of the hotel which once belonged in private hands as residence and has seen tremendous shifts in its owners and occupants. From a countess to an actress to a cab proprietor and many others, the hotel previously had a very colourful list of owners.

Also a Travellers Choice 2014 Winner in Luxury and Top Hotels, the Egerton House Hotel is a place to be if you happen to be looking for a job. Check out their Job Vacancies and work with a fine team at a workplace that has been voted “Number 2 in the Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For 2015″ among its various other accolades and awards.

If you are a traveller or a Londoner looking for a staycation or a job, check out the elegance and style of Britain’s laid-back luxury living! You can also check out their gift vouchers as special gifts for someone dear. The options range from cash vouchers, to afternoon tea, to luxurious spa treatment and overnight stays.

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