Those looking to splash their cash on a ritzy London hotel have the option of an extravagant suite so big that it has its own postcode.

The Rosewood, in Holborn, is one of London’s many historic hotels, with a reputation for its lavish hospitality and a recognisable name in popular culture.

Within the hotel, a special set of its rooms so sprawling it puts many of the others to shame, My London reports.

While the hotel itself can be found at WC1V 7EN, the grand Manor House Wing of the hotel has a postcode all of its own.

Consisting of six connecting rooms across 208 square metres, the grand Manor House Wing boasts it "redefines London luxury".

The Rosewood's grand Manor House Wing is boasted to 'redefine London luxury' (


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It has its own private lift and entrance, and a full butler service making it almost a hotel unto itself.

Inside, the wing features built-in hi-fi, and marble bathrooms with walk-in showers that leave the bathroom feeling more like a palace than a hotel room.

The Master Bedroom features not one but two king-size double beds, as well as a full size dressing or vanity room to its rear.

A plush-looking master bedroom in the wing (


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The immaculately decorated living room for the wing has a 52 in LED TV as well as generous seating space.

With a huge dining room, you'll truly eat like a king with space at the circular dining table for eight, meaning you can even entertain guests if you decide to show off your suite.

The Manor House even has its own library, for the more studious guest.

The wing features marble bathrooms with walk-in showers (


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It boasts a pantry and kitchen for those who are keen on a late night snack in the privacy of their own home.

And a personal bar sits ready for those fancying a tipple.

Unfortunately for the average punter the price point for such heady luxury is also pretty incredible.

If you can find a night that the suite is free you'll have to pay an eye-watering fee of about £20,000 per night.

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