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In times frequented by Oscar Wilde and Winston Churchill, the historic Café Royal in Regent Street, gained new life and opened doors as a luxury hotel and restaurant.
The latest teas were served in 2008. After 143 years of history, the Café Royal in n. # 68 of Regent Street, closed doors. In the past there were writers, painters, politicians, movie stars, royalty. From Oscar Wilde to Winston Churchill, Brigitte Bardot Diana of Wales, the walls of one of the most famous cafes Londoners heard secret stories of personalities that marked the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Now, four years after its closure, the Café Royal was entitled to a second life and was inaugurated this week, this time as a hotel and restaurant five stars. Renewed by hotel chain The Set, Café Royal has 159 rooms and six suites historical. Already the famous Grill and Domino rooms, which host the restaurant, recovered the splendor and brilliance of early twentieth century.