The Doyle Collection has released details of its Christmas packages across its three London hotels.

At The Bloomsbury Hotel, guests looking to unwind can opt for Christmas Afternoon Tea and relax to a live performance by a harpist, while indulging in a selection of sandwiches, sweet spiced pastries and homemade cinnamon scones served with clotted cream and handmade fruit preserves.

Christmas films will be projected every Saturday night in The Seamus Heaney Library, where families can keep snug under warm wool blankets, whilst sipping on mugs of hot chocolate topped with cream and marshmallows, and at turndown, guests will find warmed mince pies and mulled wine at their bedside.

The ‘Leisurely London at Christmas’ package costs from £240 for two people and us valid until January 6. It includes an overnight stay, mulled wine or hot chocolate on arrival, a festive treat at turn-down, breakfast, late check-out and a dedicated Christmas concierge.
The Christmas Afternoon Tea offer is available until December 15 and the movie shows run until December 14.

The group's Kensington Hotel is inviting its guests to revel in the nostalgia of Christmas.
Situated just off London’s Old Brompton Road, the hotel serves guests warm cider on arrival and is also offering a festive Afternoon Tea menu, created for both grown-ups and children. The menu features seasonal pastries, minced pies and spiced scones served with clotted cream and homemade preserves; along with traditional gingerbread men (soldiers) all hand painted; and Sugar Plum fairy cakes infused with cinnamon.

At turndown, guests will find the traditional warmed mince pies and mulled wine at their bedside – along with the hotel’s signature popcorn in ‘mince pie’ flavour, from popcorn brand, ‘Joe & Steph’s’.
A dedicated Christmas concierge will be available to personally advise and assist with any Christmas needs; from finding the perfect gift to recommending the best Christmas markets to explore, ice-skating rinks and secret Santa’s Grotto to visit.
The jollity continues to New Years Eve, where guests can ring in the New Year over a three-course menu whilst listening to live Jazz & Swing.

Meanwhile, to celebrate the Christmas light ‘turn on’ in Marylebone Village, hosts of The Marylebone Hotel and 108 Marylebone Lane will be spreading festive cheer with a stand at the annual Christmas Fair in Marylebone Village, offering seasonal preserves, homemade baked goods and Christmas gifts to the local community.

A Yuletide Afternoon Tea will be also be offered to guests of the hotel through to December 31, with festive treats including mulled wine, spiced mince pies and cranberry macaroons.
For children, 108 Marylebone Lane, will be hosting a special Christmas party with a surprise visit from Father Christmas and his sleigh, and at turndown, guests will find warmed mince pies and mulled wine at their bedside.

On New Year’s Eve the party starts in 108 Marylebone Lane with English sparkling wine and canapés at the bar, followed by a seven-course dinner.
The Kensington Hotel and The Marylebone Hotel are also offering a ‘Leisurely London at Christmas’ package, with prices leading in at £240 for two people, valid until January 6.

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