Bridgerton fans can now book staycation with lavish suites and afternoon tea

The Daily Star’s FREE newsletter is spectacular! Sign up today for the best stories straight to your inbox

A lavish hotel in London has launched two new packages that Bridgerton fans will adore.

Inspired by the hit Netflix series, the staycation comes complete with afternoon tea, glamorous suites and trips to filming locations.

In the first package, guests can "Live Like A Bridgerton" while enjoying afternoon tea and chauffeur-driven trips.

The Lanesborough Hotel also offers the opportunity to allow you to walk around some of London's iconic Regency sites.

And if you really want to live like a Bridgerton, there's also breakfast in bed served by your own personal butler.

Whether you want to stay in a Superior Room or a Junior Suite, there are so many options at this hotel.

All of the rooms are lavish with huge beds, plush furnishings and high ceilings.

The Royal Suite comes with a spacious living area that's similar to the room from the Netflix hit series.

As for the second package, the "Prepare for the Social Season" is perfect for a post-Covid get together.

This equally lavish package offers stays in the suite with spa treatments, afternoon tea and a host of classes, like flower arranging.

Let's not forget there are other perks to enjoy like access to the hotel's spa, complimentary fresh fruit and a 24-hour butler service.

If you're not a huge fan of afternoon tea, there's a picnic for two in Hyde Park instead – if the weather is decent.

Prices for the Live Like A Bridgerton package start from £456 per person, while Prepare for the Social Season is £571 per person.

You can head to the Lanesborough Hotel website for more details.

Just remember before you book this staycation, you have to check the current travel advice.

According to GOV.UK, Brits are not allowed to travel, including abroad, unless it's for a legally permitted reason.

This also includes travelling around the UK too as England is currently on a lockdown.

For more information, you can always head to the government website before booking any trips.

  • Bridgerton

Source: Read Full Article