An eye-watering £100,000 is the price tag that has been put on a VIP package to celebrate the centenary of the Stafford London by Kempinski hotel.
The five-star, 105-bedroom hotel in St James's Place is describing the three-night package as the "ultimate VIP experience".
It includes three nights in either the duplex Gu'vnor's or more contemporary Penthouse suite, a £10,000 dining credit in the hotel's American Bar, Lyttelton restaurant and in-room dining, private dinner party in the Stafford's 380-year old wine cellars for up to 10 guests, private butler and chauffeur driven limousine for throughout the guests' stay.
And that's not all. There will also be bespoke fashions courtesy of tailor Henry Poole and hatters Lock & Co, jewellery from Patrick Wyatt, private photo-shoot with Alistair Morrison, afternoon tea at the Royal Academy, Highgrove House or Kensington Palace and a private Champagne experience on the London Eye.
General manager Leon Baum said the VIP Experience package is just one of a series of events - yet to be announced - that the Stafford has lined up to celebrate its 100th birthday.
"Each initiative highlights our quintessential British character, while also illustrating how we continue to evolve and exceed our guests' wildest expectations."
By Janet Harmer
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