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    The Soho Hotel

    The Soho Hotel

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    29 reviews
    Excellent! - 93% of guests recommend

    Back rooms are nice if after a quieter spot for a drink in bustling Soho. Cocktails at the main bar Refuel also pretty good.

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    The Ritz London

    The Ritz London

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    26 reviews
    Excellent! - 92% of guests recommend

    what a history, what an image and what a great Ladies room...the harpist will perfectly play to your High tea...ladies have to do this it is great to be there...

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    St Martins Lane Hotel

    St Martins Lane Hotel

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    29 reviews

    Hip hotel in Covent Garden, walking distance to Soho, the theater district, the national gallery and Picadilly Circus. Beds are comfortable, but the rooms/desk are too small for a good business hotel, which is what I needed. The hotel aims to be cool, and sometimes it feels like it is trying too hard, with strange art films and techno music ...

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    Charlotte Street Hotel

    Charlotte Street Hotel

    20 reviews
    Excellent! - 95% of guests recommend

    A super cute high end boutique hotel - rooms are decorated differently with all the fittings and fixtures carefully thought about. Definitely a hidden treasure of a hotel.

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    The Savoy

    The Savoy

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    14 reviews
    Excellent! - 93% of guests recommend

    Now that this hotel has been renovated it is truly back to being first class! Right on the River Thames, located on the Strand it is opulence at its greatest. Totally awesome entrance, service, bar. If you can afford a suite it can get no more decadant than this place.

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    Covent Garden Hotel

    Covent Garden Hotel

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    17 reviews
    Excellent! - 93% of guests recommend

    I love that this hotel is modern and very British at the same time! My room was decorated in patterns that I would have in my own home if I could. It was so amazing that I almost didn't want to leave my room. The service is impeccable in this boutique hotel. The shopping in the area is for me ...

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    Grosvenor House Hotel

    Grosvenor House Hotel

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    15 reviews

    It's not the best five star hotel in London, but I have fond memories of the Grosvenor. It is a great historic hotel and deserves consideration on that basis alone. Sensitively restored. But you'd be better off spending this kind of cash elsewhere.

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    Claridges Hotel

    Claridges Hotel

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    13 reviews

    I am sucker for the bar here. No one makes a better Gn & Tonic in the city and the population it attracts are colourful. The hotel itself is quite old school but I still reccommend it. It's not an "hip hotel" but an elegant design in a most conveniet setting right on Hyde Park with really fantastic service. The ...

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    The Langham, London

    The Langham, London

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    15 reviews
    Excellent! - 91% of guests recommend

    Very pricey tea time in the palm court of the Langham hotel. Typical British - good to take international clients. But I wouldn't go again. Definitely not worth the money.

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    Renaissance St. Pancras

    Renaissance St. Pancras

    13 reviews
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend

    Newly refurbished Renaissance Hotel at St Pancras. Been there once and wasn't paying too much attention to the room, but it was nice. Opulent even. And convenient to the Eurostar.

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    Hoxton Hotel

    Hoxton Hotel

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    8 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    Urban hotel with 5 stars with great price to. I got a room for £ 1.00 when Hoxton were doing a £ 1.00 offer this offer is on once every three months its well worth a try as most rooms start from £ 99- £160 a night very posh hotel so they to have a dress code or u will ...

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    Sanderson Hotel London

    Sanderson Hotel London

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    12 reviews
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend

    very chic hotel lobby and bar. Nice room and definitely one of the top rated Morgan group hotels

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    citizenM hotel London Bankside

    citizenM hotel London Bankside

    8 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    With so many of London's local and cultural treasures within walking distance, what could be a better place to base yourself? A modern yet comfortable lobby features a bar with bespoke cocktails, wifi, and even computers at the guests' disposal.

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    W London Leicester Square

    W London Leicester Square

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    10 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    Very cool hotel at great location, the bar has an amazing buzz, the rooms are modern and comfortable. You can walk from the hotel to most sights. Would definatly stay here again.

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    The Lanesborough Hotel

    The Lanesborough Hotel

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    8 reviews

    Interesting fact about the hotel, It's built on the old site of St George's Hospital (now located in Tooting, South West London).

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    Hilton London Heathrow Airport

    Hilton London Heathrow Airport

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    12 reviews
    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend

    Very modern and conveniently located next to T4 (connected by a walkway). Rooms are small and the service is a bit disorganized (good luck getting a refill on your coffee at breakfast); however, the pricing isn't too egregious by London standards and this is a good option if you have an early flight or need a location for a fly ...

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    Rocco Forte Brown's Hotel

    Rocco Forte Brown's Hotel

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    7 reviews

    perfect, very expensive, perfect higt tea, decorated as in a classic movie...just great

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    Mandeville Hotel

    Mandeville Hotel

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    7 reviews
    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend

    Splendid location. Good staff, small and convenient. Ask for a slightly larger room, Often have good price offers.

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    Palmers Lodge

    Palmers Lodge

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    7 reviews

    Recently rebranded and restored, the Palmers Lodge is one of three so-called budget boutique accommodations in London that is incredibly well-appointed. Placed on a stunning Victorian mansion, is the beautiful lodge with a tranquil vibe on the residential Swiss-Cottage district three (3) miles from Central London. The lodging features en-suite twin and dormitory style rooms that are generally equipped with ...

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    The Dorchester

    The Dorchester

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    8 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    An art décor dazzler where extraordinary service, supreme comfort and modernity greatly synergize to provide one of the most outstanding accommodations at relatively good rates in London. The delicious Afternoon Tea served at the stunning promenade is one of the best in town. Each of its 194 guestrooms includes private lobbies, up-market toiletries, state-of-the-art entertainment equipment, and stunning Italian marble ...

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London Hotel Insider
No one does "pomp and circumstance" better than London. Great Britain’s capital city is regal and elegant, and has long been one of the world’s most popular vacation destinations. It’s got a little bit of everything, including great music and art, monumental buildings, excellent theater, quirky neighborhoods, and a culinary scene that’s been slowly grabbing the attention of foodies from around the world. Furthermore, London has always been home to a number of stellar hotels, some providing wonderful views of the Thames or the Tower Bridge, others in the more Bohemian West End, and many in lovely sections like Kensington or Hyde Park.

Hotels in London
London has both privately owned lodging options and hotels that are part of well-known chains. Best Western, for example, is the largest chain in England and boasts 19 facilities in London alone. Similarly, Hilton has 21 hotels in London, and the U.K.-based Thistle Group, with hotels ranging from 3- to 5-star, has 18 in the capital city. You’ll find many other familiar names as well as trendy boutique hotels, quaint inns and charming B&Bs. Amenities in London’s top hotels include spas and fitness centers, pools, and – in many cases – excellent restaurants, like chef Gordon Ramsay’s eatery at Claridge’s. Rooms tend to be a bit smaller than in the United States but most are quite comfortable and more than ample for the visitor on-the-go.

Neighborhoods and Things to Do in London
London’s attractions are countless! Most first-time visitors to the city concentrate their stay on Central London, which will allow them easy access to all the most-loved tourist spots, including Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Big Ben, the Tower of London, and the giant London Eye Ferris Wheel. It’s easy to find a hotel within a quick walk or Tube ride of all the fun. Theater fans will want to stay in the West End, where many musicals and plays arrive before heading to Broadway in New York City. For a great stay in the West End neighborhood, check out hotels such as the Courthouse Doubletree by Hilton, the Charlotte Hotel in Soho, Fairmont’s breathtaking Savoy, and the pretty St. Martin’s Lane. Shopping in London is stellar and those inclined to spend some money on the high street, at the major stores like Topshop, should head to Oxford Street. This one-and-a-half mile stretch of road offers major department stores like Selfridges, Marks and Spencer, and Debenhams, as well as fashionable boutiques, music stores, and more. Streets like Regent and Bond also offer high-end fashions a la Rodeo Drive. They’re a great place for discriminating shoppers to spend the day, browsing at shops like Armani, Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Tiffany and Co., and Hermes. Hotels near London’s best shopping districts include No. 5 Maddox Street, Lancaster London, Claridge’s, and The Courthouse.

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