The honeymoon was at its full. Before flying to sunny warm Maldives, the young couple was enjoying themselves at the Goring Hotel just after the wedding ceremony. It was their parent’s present who spent almost every wedding anniversary at The Goring for the last 19 years – the perfect place for special occasions. What made The Goring stand out were the people who made you feel like royals but at the same time provided warm family atmosphere of relax and joy: Michelin-starred dine, impeccable butler service, individual design and decor of each room with the whimsical decor and the hand-painted wallpapers by Fromental, perfect central location next to Hyde park, Buckingham palace, Knightsbridge, Mayfair and Kensington gardens, long history of existence which started in 1910, signature afternoon tea rituals, fitness rooms and lounge bars. The name of the best London hotel was proven by numerous awards from Conde Nast, Independent Hotel Show, Trip Advisor, Michelin Guide, AA Hospitality Awards, Forbes Travel Guide… All in all, the hotel was splendid in every way.
There was a deluxe garden view room with the flood of natural light and beautifully decorated with scented English flowers and richly lined with Gainsborough silk. The wonder of the miracle of love was yet upon them. Neither of them had ever received such a lovely gift in a room including a ‘ teddy sheep’ but this sight had met their eyes in this cozy hotel with a true old school approach to service located next to the Buckingham Palace.
The bride sat in the rocker with her feet resting upon the world. She was wrapt on rosy dreams and her Elle pink off-the-shoulder midi dress of the same hue.
“He is mine for the whole month and the crook of my finger can sway him more than the fist of any 142-pounder in the world”, was thinking bride drinking a glass of champagne from Armand de Brignac delivered especially to their deluxe fifteen minutes ago.
She crossed her oxfords and looked thoughtfully at her groom who was sitting at the rich chocolate brown color walnut wood armchair under distemper Cupids on the ceiling at another corner of their spacious lux.
He was smoking Montecristo cigar wearing a silk red shirt from Dolce&Gabbana with the print “love is love” and smiling gently in response.
Love when it is ours is the other name for self-abnegation and sacrifice…but when in the hearts of lovers sounds the music of love all guns of the world should stay silent!
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