The Halkin opened in September 1991 as London’s first boutique design hotel. It was considered one of the progenitors of a trend that was to redefine the luxury hotel industry. Twenty years on and the model of a small, luxury hotel that’s individually designed, privately owned and with an obsessive approach to service has become more common.
The family package includes chocolate painting, dipping or chocolate bar making at Rococo Chocolates or a four-course dessert bar meal at the new William Curly Bar on Ebury Street. The gastronomy package includes dinner at nahm, The Halkin’s award-winning Thai restaurant, and a delectable experience at Pierre Hermé Paris Macarons and Chocolate Boutique in Belgravia.