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|The Goring Hotel|
Location within Central London
|Location||London, England, United Kingdom|
|Opening||2 March 1910|
|Number of rooms||71|
The Goring Hotel was opened by Otto Richard Goring on 2 March 1910 and professed to be the first hotel in the world in which every room had a private bathroom and central heating. In 1914, The Goring became the command centre for the Chief of Allied Forces, and contact with President Woodrow Wilson during World War I was made from this hotel. In 1919, Lady Randolph Churchill, the mother of Winston Churchill, moved into The Goring Hotel. During World War II, Fox Film stayed at the hotel.
The hotel is the only remaining hotel in London that is still owned and run by the family that built it. The Queen Mother was a regular at The Goring and it was the location for her last public appearance.
- "Kate Middleton to stay at London's Goring Hotel before royal wedding". The Guardian (Guardian News and Media). 15 April 2011.
- Boynton, Graham (27 February 2010). "The Goring: 100th anniversary for the Queen Mother's favourite hotel". The Telegraph (Telegraph Media Group). Retrieved 27 February 2010.
- History of The Goring The Goring
- McBeth, Jim (5 September 2011). "How does one like one's eggs? Charles reveals Queen Mother's top dish with Tabasco, prawns and a dash of anchovy sauce". Mail Online (Associated Press). Retrieved 18 February 2012.
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