(LONDON) -- Kate Middleton's last night as a single woman and commoner will be spent at the swanky family-run Goring Hotel with her mother, sister and a waterproof flat-screen TV.
"We are honored and delighted to be playing a small part in such a great day," Jeremy Goring, the London hotel's CEO, said. "We wish Miss Middleton and Prince William every happiness, and we are looking forward to a momentous celebration."
The suite where Middleton will be staying has just been given a $240,000 makeover. It consists of five rooms, which the princess-to-be will share with sister Pippa and mother Carole. There's a four-poster bed for Middleton, as well as a gigantic TV. The living area has a grand piano, the wallpaper is made of silk and there's even a throne.
The queen offered Middleton an apartment in Buckingham Palace but Prince William's bride-to-be chose the Goring. After all, it's neutral territory.
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