The Sleep Rooms

Corinthia Hotel London’s bedrooms are designed to help you sleep. Leave your normal life and worries behind and let us cocoon you in the highest quality materials and props needed to relax and unwind.

This is what to expect:

The Beds

Our beds have the best mattresses in the business by Hypnos, in fact they are so good the Queen endorses them ‘by Royal Appointment’. Each one is handmade and contains natural fillings like wool, cotton, cashmere, and silk to regulate body temperature.

Expect goose down duvets, 300-thread-count 100 per cent cotton linen Pratesi Line linen from Rivola and special pillows by Mühldorfer from goose down to polyester – firm to soft – with a wide choice depending on preference/allergies.

The Structure

Our walls are sound-proofed and blackout curtains are provided so that you can enjoy total darkness and quiet for undisturbed sleep.

The Frills

All guests, even children, can get into relaxation mode by snuggling up in a 100 per cent cotton dressing gown and slippers with outer velour finish. Each child is also given a cuddly toy gift from Battersea Dogs & Cats Home to keep.

Enjoy a deep, relaxing bath, filled with ESPA aromatherapy bath oils or bath salts. Our towels, which are luxurious, thick, and soft, are made by Frette.

Every bathtub comes with a TV screen and remote control as standard – which means you can keep the bedroom exclusively for sleep. All bathroom floors are heated for extra comfort.

Every bathroom is generously supplied with a wide range of ESPA toiletries in ample measures and even children get their own toiletries from Burt’s Bees.

In Room Dining

During sleep month you can either order from our regular menu, or choose from a nutrient-dense sleep menu designed by a Nutritional Therapist Jeannette Hyde and Corinthia Hotel London Executive Chef Garry Hollihead.

Bedtime

During Sleep Month you can order a warm milky Horlicks drink and a pumpkinseed cookie at bedtime. Pumpkinseeds are rich in the amino acid tryptophan, which combined with the lactose sugar in the milk may help production of the sleep hormone melatonin.