The experience also provides guests with a trip to the Tower of London outside normal tourist visiting hours in a chauffeur-driven limo, plus a personal tour of the historical building by a Beefeater.
This memorable event will then be followed by a champagne reception and private viewing of the real crown jewels and royal collection at Jewels House.
Treasures in the collection include pieces used during historical coronations, such as the 17th-century solid gold St Edward’s Crown and Sovereign’s Orb, as well as the 20th-century Imperial State Crown.
A chauffeur ride back to the hotel follows.
The royal-themed hotel stay also includes breakfast served by a personal butler in the spacious two-bedroom suite the next day.
This package, which is available from 1 April to 1 October, comes to £12,995 in total, and prospective guests can enquire online.
If you’re interested in a coronation-themed trip in honour of King Charles III but can’t stretch to the £13k price tag, there’s another option available.
The King Charles III Experience costs £2,625 and includes an overnight stay and a guided tour of royal landmarks including Clarence House, St James’ Palace and Buckingham Palace.
Meanwhile, a ride in a Daimler – which was once the Queen Mother’s – is included to transport guests to the Guildhall Gallery, where there’s a 1969 bust of a younger King Charles III.
Finally, there’s a full English breakfast to look forward to the next day, before checking out.
The King’s coronation is set to take place on Saturday 6 May at Westminster Abbey.