|Location||22-24 Basil Road, Knightsbridge, London, England, United Kingdom|
It was established by David Levin in April 1971 who still owns and operates it today.
In 1973 the hotel's restaurant, The Capital Restaurant, was one of the first three hotel restaurants in London to achieve a Michelin Star. It later gained a Michelin Star under chef Gary Rhodes, and by 2005 had a second star under Eric Chavot. It lost its stars after the departure of Chaviot in 2009.
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