Here's what it's like to stay at the 5-star London hotel that was once MI6's headquarters
The Royal Horseguards Hotel
In addition to being an award-winning hotel, it has a fascinating history as the former home and office of the first MI6 chief, Sir Mansfield Cumming.
Cumming lived in the 19th-century building adjoined to the hotel between 1911-1921, while the Secret Intelligence Bureau used the building as its headquarters during the First World War.
The lavish five-star hotel on London's Embankment has 282 bedrooms and five extravagant suites with breathtaking city views, as well as a critically acclaimed restaurant, swanky cocktail bar, a terrace overlooking the Thames, and more.
Take a look inside the hotel below.
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