The luxurious London hotel in which Kate Middleton will spend the night before she marries Prince William has released promotional footage, taking advantage of its royal connection.
The 71 rooms Goring Hotel, which was opened by Otto Goring in 1910, offers rooms at rates ranging from £400 to £1,525 a night. The property claims it was the first in the world to offer all en-suite bathrooms. Previous visitors include Winston Churchill and Queen Mary.
AGoring Hotel spokesperson claims it has released the footage in anticipation of high levels of media requests in the build up to the big day, on April 29th.
The suite in which Kate will be reside has recently undergone a £150, 000 refurbishment as part of a bigger hotel upgrade that marked its 100 year anniversary last year.
Kate’s mother and sister will also accompany her in the five-room suite, that includes a library, state of the art gadgets, ornaments and antiques, including Queen Victoria’s dress and tiara. The walls are decorated in silk wallpaper, according to reports.
These details with photos of the suite were published in an article in The Sun last week, causing some contraversy.