Graciously granted by HM Queen Elizabeth II
The closest hotel to Buckingham Palace, The Goring has been a firm Royal favourite since it first opened its doors in 1910. The coronations of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth II saw the hotel filled with royalty from all over the world attending these great occasions. HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother also famously enjoyed Eggs Drumkilbo – a lobster and egg-based dish that remains one of the most popular dishes in The Dining Room.
In 1990, the late George Goring accepted an O.B.E. from the HM Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace for ‘services to the hotel industry’. This was followed by the appointment of a Royal Warrant to The Goring in 2013 - the only hotel to have been granted a Royal Warrant for hospitality services.
Royal Warrants of Appointment are a mark of recognition to those who supply goods or services to the Royal Households of The Monarch or His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales.