London, England has a rich culture and history and is therefore popular with tourists from around the world. Being a major city means London has a wide variety of hotel options to choose from, and it can be hard to make the right choice from hundreds or even thousands of miles away. So to help you out, here are our ten picks of the top hotels in London.
Hotel 41 is a five-star establishment Road with 30 rooms and suites. It’s conveniently located near Buckingham Palace, tube stations, and restaurants and pubs. A welcome drink is offered upon arrival to all guests at this luxury hotel, and many rooms include fireplaces.
Hi-tech Hospitality Suites with an executive lounge that doubles as a dining room, meeting room, or conference suite, plus your own daytime personal assistant.
Each guest room at The Milestone is a work of art – a grand statement of colour and style – dressed with fine fabrics, fresh flowers, antique furnishings, and rare artworks.
The Soho Hotel is a trendy boutique located near the Royal Opera House. Its location is ideal for checking out the best London entertainment. The Soho Hotel has 91 guest rooms and suites; each is uniquely decorated in a modern style.
It is surrounded by some of London’s best restaurants, bars and vibrant cafes.
The Covent Garden Hotel another grand London hotel. Its location in London’s theatre district makes it perfect for theatregoers. Many rooms offer excellent views of London.
The Covent Garden Hotel is just a short walk to the Royal Opera House. It is also surrounded by some of London’s best restaurants and bars, vibrant cafes and most exciting theatre, nightlife and shopping.
Described by Conde Nast as being “within croissant-throwing distance of Harrods”, The Levin is conveniently located in the heart of Knightsbridge. Instead of mini bars, guest-rooms have personal champagne bars.
Owned by David Levin, The Levin is a sophisticated boutique hotel that offers a homely feel to most discerning travellers who crave a hotel with very high standards, personality and charm.
The surrounding area – known as Bloomsbury – is the traditional haunt of London’s literary set. This is the perfect place to stay if you want to visit the cafes and bar frequented by the likes of Virginia Woolf, John Maynard Keynes, E. M. Forster, and Lytton Strachey.
City Inn Westminster is located in a historical district near the unmistakable Big Ben. This City Inn features a restaurant on-site. It is a clean modern affair, popular and within easy reach reach the West End, the London Eye, Tate Britain and other central London attractions.
The City Inn is a welcome change from most traditional hotels in London with more of an apartment and features a City Café Restaurant, as well as the Millbank Lounge cocktail bar.
The Chesterfield Mayfair Hotel provides an elegant atmosphere in the heart of Mayfair. The hotel is within walking distance of many London attractions, including Buckingham Palace, and includes twice-daily maid service.
The Chesterfield is a great place from which to explore London on foot. Close to London’s main shopping streets such as; Bond Street, Regent Street, and Piccadilly, are all just a few minutes away.
It features fashionable rooms that combine both comfort and modern style. Those with technological savy will enjoy the guest-rooms with high definition televisions and an Internet radio with over 10,000 channels.
The Draycott Hotel was built in the 1890’s and still retains the charm from that era, and the library features vintages books. Guestrooms have a Victorian theme.
The Draycott is replete with luxurious finishes, grand interiors and staff on hand to satisfy your every need. Close to Sloanes’ Square and the famous Kings Road, it’s good for boutique shopping reliving the swinging sixties.