The hotel may ground itself in timeless chic, but it has been fashionably quick at its Knightsbridge location to offer guests iPads. Currently, its offering is limited to certain suites - but they are the top ones so The Luxury Travel Bible followers would naturally be checking in any way. Three Conservatory suites are classics set for iPad with a pot of leaf tea. The Chelsea suite heads off into louche lizard territory with a silk padded headboard, polished wood panels and moody colours capped off with a private bar (with the option of getting in a barman). The Berkeley suite is as cool as Charlotte Rampling with snow-white silk wall, stone-palette cushions and throws, fresh flowers by McQueens and a flatscreen in every room (including above the tub) - which to choose for movie viewing, Plasma or iPad? Loaded with games (The Berkeley is one of the only hotels to have thought of children's iPad use), videos, comic books and your favourite newspapers, it's the listing of the concierge team's personal Top 5 that will set you off on glorious London adventures.