Two of London’s biggest and smallest hotel rooms go head to head

two of londons biggest and smallest hotel rooms go head to head

Fifty pounds doesn’t buy you much hotel-room square footage in central London – barely enough room to open a suitcase, it turns out.

However, spend an extra £19,950 and you can spend the night in your very own wing, with seven bedrooms, a library – and your own postcode.

This is what travel experts from The Points Guy UK (TPG UK) reveal in a fascinating new video that takes viewers behind the keyholes of one of London’s biggest hotel rooms – and one of its smallest.

TPG UK head Nicky Kelvin spent the night in the uber-swanky £20,000-a-stay Manor House Wing at the opulent Rosewood hotel

After changing into a dress shirt and shoes, Nicky repairs to the lounge and sips cocktails prepared by a personal barman

Jean Arnas checked into a £50-a-night double at the Z Holborn. So small the head and foot of the bed is flush to the wall

TPG UK head Nicky Kelvin spent the night in the uber-swanky £20,000-a-stay Manor House Wing at the opulent Rosewood hotel, while the site’s Jean Arnas checked into a £50-a-night double at the Z Holborn.

The Manor House Wing is spread out over an incredible 6,000 square feet (557 square metres) and Nicky remarks on his segment as he explores that he’s getting hot walking from one end of it to the other…

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