Most Luxurious Hotels: London
London Most Luxurious Hotels
A super cute high end boutique hotel - rooms are decorated differently with all the fittings and ... read more
fixtures carefully thought about. Definitely a hidden treasure of a hotel.
Love this classic hotel. For anyone getting married in London, The honeymoon suite is beyond amazing ... read more
and totally worth the splurge. I also love the bar here.
This hotel is pure design luxury. Philippe Stark designed from the furnishings to the door handles ... read more
and right in the middle of London on St. Martin's Lane. You are a stone's throw away from theatreland and Soho and a short walk from the river at Charring Cross but if you don't want to go far the hotel has the tranquil Light Bar and their restaurants Asia de Cuba and Cafecito. Personally I would take have a glass something lovely in the Light Bar and then take to the streets for all London's West End has to offer.
The Mandeville with its stunning Georgian exterior and funky vibrant interiors in one of the most ... read more
stylish and sophisticated boutique hotels in the fashionable Marylebone district in Central London. Each of its 142 rooms is individually styled and features unique English décor, modern entertainment apparatus such as LCD TV’s and ipod docking stations, heavenly beds and stunning marble bathrooms; though most rooms a relatively small. The restaurant ‘deVille’ serves well-appointed European dishes prepared with local organic produce on a chic ambiance at reasonable prices. The neo-modern deVigne Bar is extremely sensual and offers a super innovative cocktail selection that a mixologist would appreciate. The hotel’s clientele is largely British and European, the service is outstanding, and Wi-Fi Internet and drinking water are both complimentary. Its Red Room is perfect for private gatherings of all specifications. The hotel is situated only minutes from Bond Street, Selfridges (recently voted the world’s best department store), Regents Park, and the famous Oxford and Regent Shopping Streets.
Still Ritzy after all these years. The Ritz London is a glamourous hotel in an old world way. And ... read more
there are many things old world about it. For example, the dress code. Guests are requested to be in proper attires meaning no shorts, jeans, flip flops and runners. I completely respect and agree with this dress code as one should be properly attired and respectful of the ambiance of the hotel especially when in the public areas. To me, that is refreshing to see. They do allow hotel guests to scurry pass the lobby area in their "traveling/sightseeing" clothes, which I do find comical. BUT, having to change into proper clothing (no jeans or tshirts) when just to head down to the dining room for breakfast, well, that could be tedious. Nevertheless, The Ritz London IS fabulous and the tea set is wonderful. Rooms are traditionally decorated and almost everything is logo'ed (I did say old world). A big yes to Hermes bath products!
Hands-down the best hotel that I have ever stayed in. The service is fabulous throughout the hotel ... read more
and the facilities immaculate and top-notch. When I arrived, it was like the red carpet had been rolled out for me. The room has the most comfortable bed that I have ever slept in and the amenities within the room are worthy of royalty. Here is the best part....I got a steal on the room via Priceline and then upgraded to a luxury room with extra bed for 60 quid a night! The room is on the top floor with views of Big Ben and the London Eye, yet steps away from Picadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square. My next London trip will likely involve a trip back to this hotel. I can't recommend this one enough.
Mayfair's favorite bolthole. Whether your evil plans involve love or money (or some close ... read more
approximation of the two), donovan's bar at brown's is discreet, entertaining, and likely to do the trick.
What's up, opulence? The JW Marriott Grosvenor House hotel is a well-appointed Mayfair establishment ... read more
facing Hyde Park itself. A great place to stay as a first-time visitor to London, as you're a short walk from so many sights. Good service, good decor, good beds.
This place is a super swanky design hotel, and a great place for a cocktail. It's also super ... read more
central, in Soho.
This is soon going to be everyone's favourite hotel in London. A stunning refurbishment of this old ... read more
Gothic Revival building is now the hub of an entire area which is now filled with really fabulous restaurants and bars. If you have the budget then it is worth a stay. If you don't then at least check out the bar at the Gilbert Scott. Truly decadent.