The Goring was opened in March 1910 by O.R. Goring, the great grandfather of Jeremy Goring the current owner. It is ideally located in Belgravia, adjacent to Buckingham Palace.
“My Great Grandpa built The Goring in 1910. It was no coincidence that it was situated next to Buckingham Palace, and right on the doorstep of all the best London has to offer.” Jeremy Goring
Back in 1910, Jeremy’s great-grandfather, OR Goring, founded the hotel that has carried the family name ever since.
A man of great vision, OR Goring persuaded the Duke Of Westminster to sell the plot of land at the Buckingham Palace end of what was to become Beeston Place, where he razed the Sun public house and a string of cottages to make way for the last grand hotel to be built in the Edwardian era.
On the 2nd March 1910 the world’s first hotel with en suite facilities and central heating to every bedroom was opened.
Pierre Frey is proud to be of the main supplier of fabrics of this historic hotel and especially in The bar at The Goring.
The Bar at The Goring: At the heart of a good hotel lies a great bar, and Bar at The Goring is one of the greatest of them all. A destination in its own right, sumptuously designed by Tim Gosling.
Braquenie, other brand of La Maison Pierre Frey, has supplied the “Made in France” carpets of the bar and the living room.
You can see the fabric above and below Raffaella from our brand Fadini-Borghi.
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