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At the tender age of 74, King Charles III is the oldest monarch to accede to the throne. The coronation of a monarch, with over 900 years of history and tradition, steeped in such glorious pageantry, cannot fail to be a spectacle to thrill even the most hardened of hearts. King Charles III will be the 40th reigning monarch to be crowned at Westminster Abbey since the first documented coronation of William the Conqueror on 25th December 1066. For many of us, this will also be the first change of a monarch many of us have experienced in our lives - a great cause for celebration!

What is a coronation?

Many confuse a coronation with the official start of a monarch’s reign. However, a new sovereign succeeds to the throne as soon as his or her predecessor dies, hence why there can be such a lengthy period between becoming King/Queen and coronation.

The ceremony is the formal investiture of a monarch, where the crown is physically placed atop the monarch’s head in front of thousands of very important guests from visiting dignitaries, including political figures, monarchs from around the globe, and selected pillars of the community.

Each coronation varies in some of the finer details, however, within the actual ceremony there are certain events that have taken place for nearly a thousand years.

Celebrations at The Londoner

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Royal Coronation Experience

It’s the perfect time to visit London with a stay at The Londoner as the city prepares for and celebrates the Coronation of King Charles III. 

Follow in the footsteps of royalty and nobility as you conduct the route of the Royal coronation procession from Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace on our Royal Coronation Tour – complete with all the pomp, pageantry and splendour. 

Enjoy breakfast each morning and one splendid evening savouring the King’s favourite cocktail, the Martini, complemented with two Fine de Claire oysters each. 

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Top of the Hops

The Londoner is thrilled to work with the Windsor & Eton Brewery, artisan brewers in The Royal Borough of Windsor, an area with a long and fascinating brewing history.

The areas of Windsor and Eton are already famous for many things. The castle, river, racecourse, and of course the Royal connections. For hundreds of years, Windsor was also famous for its breweries and the quality and consistency of their beers.

The last of the original six breweries in Windsor closed in 1931, leaving the area bereft of home-brewed beer. But then, in 2010 four guys had a dream of bringing brewing back to the heart of Windsor, after a hiatus of almost 80 years. Windsor & Eton and The Londoner share a passion for excellence, ethical business practices and the environment - oh, and
exceptional beers! Our fabulous Joshua’s Tavern is stocking two wonderful products from the Windsor & Eton stable.

Return of the King

Celebrating the coronation of King Charles III. 100% organic beer in recognition of His Majesty’s passionate support for the environment. It is a beautifully balanced recipe using organic barley from the local Royal Farm in Windsor and organic English hops.

Renowned London portrait artist Martin Jessup was commissioned to paint the new King sitting relaxed in ceremonial uniform surrounded by the birds, butterflies and bees in his beloved British countryside. W&E took this iconic photograph of King Charles and gave it a distinctive Windsor & Eton Brewery twist.


A New English Pale Ale brewed with six of the loudest New World hops to give a face-full of zesty, juicy fruit bowl aromas, including banana, white grape, pineapple & grapefruit, as well as a solid biscuity malt base. It’s a session-strength IPA at 4.2% and brewed to be easy drinking with a light body and dry finish.

The name Shout derives from the Paul Weller/Style Council song ‘Shout to the top’ – a favourite of the W&E brewer, Matt, who plays guitar and sings. The hops in the beer ‘shout’ to the top of the pint. Definitely something to shout about…which is a great link to all the live music we have at the hotel!

Floral Display

Say It With Flowers

Founded in 2010, Ricky Paul Flowers has grown over the past 12 years into an award-winning floral design studio. With a reputation for playful designs, they are passionate about flowers and creating spectacular showstopping pieces.

When The Londoner reached out to Ricky and the team to put together something special to commemorate the coronation, we knew we were in very safe hands. Celebrating King Charles III’s lifelong enthusiasm for all things horticultural and welldocumented green fingers, Ricky decided on a design which evoked the very essence of an English country garden.

Fast becoming one of the UK’s most sought-after floral event companies, Ricky Paul’s designs can be seen on Billionaire Blooms on Channel 4.