King Charles I Room

Interior of King Charles I Room at The Relais Henley
A historic painting in King Charles I Room at The Relais Henley
Interior of the King Charles I Room at The Relais Henley
Bathroom in The King Charles I Room at The Relais Henley
Vanity shelf in King Charles I Room at The Relais Henley
Hotel Toiletries in King Charles I Room at The Relais Henley

Located on the front corner of the hotel enjoying double aspect views over the River Thames and Henley Bridge.
Charles I is reported to have visited the Red Lion in 1632 and again in 1642 accompanied by Price Rupert, during the Civil War. In 1889 the Royal Coat of Arms, with King Charles' monogram in the centre and the date 1632, was discovered. This has been preserved in the glassed over the panel and can be seen in this room.
The room measures 25 sqm (264 sq. ft.) and can accommodate up to two adults.
The room features an antique carved wood four-poster bed measuring 190 cm x 220 cm (6.2 ft. x 7.2 ft.).
All duvets & pillows are hypoallergenic.

Amenities

Air Conditioning
Illy Coffee Machine
Filtered Water
Laptop Safe
Complimentary Wi-Fi
Flat Screen TV
Telephone
Non-Smoking
ALGOTHERM Toiletries
Robes
Slippers
Hair Dryer