This London Hotel Is Offering the Most Romantic Royal Engagement Package

The Milestone Hotel in London is pulling out all the stops in honor of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s upcoming wedding. Here’s how to get engaged like royalty.
by Maggie Seaver
The Milestone Hotel in London

With Meghan Markle set to marry Prince Harry in May, and Princess Eugenie’s recent engagement to Jack Brooksbank, London is abuzz with royal wedding news. In honor of all the excitement, The Milestone Hotel in London is offering a unique Royal Engagement Package we can't wait to tell you about. Couples from all over (and all bloodlines) can experience the royal treatment during one of the happiest times of their life, whether they’re just engaged or stopping through London on their honeymoon.

The Milestone Hotel in London

The Milestone’s Royal Engagement Package includes a two-night stay, royal afternoon tea for two, one celebratory turndown service (including pink champagne), a chauffeured Bentley ride to Hatton Gardens jewelry store and a horse-drawn carriage ride through London. Have you been dreaming about having a formal photo shoot like Meghan and Harry’s? This package also includes a private tour of Kensington Palace and engagement photos in front of the palace. And if you’re feeling particularly romantic and spontaneous, The Milestone’s Oratory Chapel is available to host your intimate nuptials.

The Milestone Hotel in London

The five-star boutique hotel overlooks Kensington Palace, the official residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as well as home to the stunning Sunken Gardens, the now-iconic backdrop for Markle and Prince Harry’s first photo call and one of Princess Diana’s favorite spots. (Psst, you can also get married there!) Imagine celebrating your engagement or honeymooning so close to the royals—ah-mazing.

If you’re as obsessed as we are, head to TheMilestoneHotel.com for more details.

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