A chance to enjoy the hit BBC2 series that takes an exclusive peek behind the scenes at one of the worldâs most iconic hotels. A favourite of royalty and celebrities, Claridgeâs has become a byword for discreet luxury, where a suite for a night can set you back the price of small family car. See the staff of 46 chambermaids, 51 chefs and nine private butlers work around the clock to indulge every whim of the worldâs elite. From transforming an entire floor into a âpalaceâ for a visiting princess to installing a jacuzzi with a few days notice, thereâs no limit to the lengths the team will go to provide the ultimate comfort for the rich and famous.
Three episodes of sheer luxury for the price of a bottle of scotch! Great value for an indulgent peek behind the curtain of one of the great 5-star theatrical shows on permanent display in the centre of London.
It is likely that anyone such as me who watched both one after the other would or may have come to the conclusion this Hotel starting from the top The General manager Mr. Kocks hasa very warm and friendly outlook. That Hotel is on good hands whilst he is there. The long longevity of the staff is more important as it gives the guests continuity and a friendly homely place to stay. To be honest I watched both the SAVOY and CLARIDGES several times. If the Manager shows excellent leadership then it will follow onto the other staff. This Hotel has just over 200 rooms so it has many rooms. The décor was lovely These Hotels are very grand but it is a class above we mere mortals. It is a glimpse of luxury we will never be able to afford but for the people who do are fortunate. The Irish Butler was very nice as were many of the staff. Mr. Kocks being German should not be a problem as the Angles and the Saxons were German as is the present Royal family commencing with all the King Georges to Queen Victoria forward to the Windsors today. Good to watch.