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Follow in the footsteps of Britain’s greatest leader with new Churchill’s London package at The Wellesley

The Wellesley - London’s first boutique grand hotel - is offering guests the chance to celebrate Sir Winston Churchill’s life and explore his passions with a special Churchill’s London package to mark Churchill 2015. In this landmark year, iconic British history is remembered with key anniversaries of Churchill’s death and greatest achievements.

Available from 10th May 2015, 75 years after Churchill became Prime Minister, guests choosing the Churchill’s London package can enjoy:
• An overnight stay for two people in The Wellesley’s sumptuous Churchill Suite
• Full English breakfast with a bespoke Churchill blend from the hotel’s Tea Connoisseur.  This Uva Ceylon and China black tea is enriched with pieces of Bourbon vanilla from Madagascar and almonds
• Cigar and Cognac tasting with the hotel’s Cigar Connoisseur, focusing on Churchill's favourite cigar brands including Romeo y Julieta followed by his favourite Martini
• Tickets to the Churchill War Rooms at the Imperial War Museum in Westminster

The package is priced at £2,850 and is available until 31st October 2015. The intimate and classic 1920s design of The Wellesley’s Cigar Lounge and Terrace gives the feel of a private gentleman's club that Churchill himself might have enjoyed; his portrait on display here is painted directly onto tobacco leaves by the famous Cuban artist Ernesto.  The space provides an exceptional setting to experience the world’s finest cigars from the impressive walk-in Humidor.

After an evening of pure indulgence, guests can retire to the Churchill Suite, one of the hotel’s most luxurious suites, which features its own staircase and private terrace at the highest point of the hotel. A 24-hour butler service fit for a British leader will ensure every need is looked after.  To conclude the experience is a visit to the Churchill War Rooms to discover the secret underground bunker from which Britain’s greatest leader led the country to victory in the Second World War.   

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