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Luxury Hotels in London, United Kingdom 

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  • 1
    The Soho Hotel

    The Soho Hotel

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    29 reviews
    Excellent! - 92% of guests recommend

    I love the decor at this hotel! It definitely feels like "home away from home". It is located in the heart of SoHo and is close to the best shopping and restaurants. The concierges are really knowledgeable and had great recommendations for "hip hop dancing" (if that's your thing ;) ).

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    The Ritz London

    The Ritz London

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    26 reviews
    Excellent! - 92% of guests recommend

    The hotels is flawless..

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    St Martins Lane Hotel

    St Martins Lane Hotel

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    29 reviews

    This is definitely on the hip end of London hotels. As you can expect with any London hotel, the rooms are not very big by American standards, but are very comfortable. There are fun art sculptures all over the lobby and a lot of the furniture doubles as art or at least a conversation piece. Located in the theatre district, ...

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    The Savoy

    The Savoy

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    14 reviews
    Excellent! - 93% of guests recommend

    The Savoy is legendary and staying here is absolutely a treat. The rooms are warmly decorated and the pillowtop beds are like heaven. There are old world marbles everywhere and modern hotels are just not built like this anymore. The service is warm and professional. Checking out will be a very difficult task.

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    Grosvenor House Hotel

    Grosvenor House Hotel

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    15 reviews

    A fairly high end property on Park Lane - more for the older crowd than a hotel for the younger clientele. I used to go here every Sunday afternoon for High Tea with my great grandmother - its a bit of an institution. The place to go for English traditional tea.

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    Claridges Hotel

    Claridges Hotel

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    13 reviews

    You can't understand London without seeing places like Claridges. The old aristocratic vibe is undiminished here. Ogle (tastefully) the gorgeous art deco design and soak up the atmosphere that has attracted heads of state and Hollywood stars since its opening in 1856. We recommend afternoon tea here, even if you are not a guest.

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    The Langham, London

    The Langham, London

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    15 reviews
    Excellent! - 91% of guests recommend

    The Langham does luxury extremely well with professional, personable service and elegant, sumptuous interiors. The standard double rooms aren't large, but any extra space you may need can be found in the spa, which is Asian themed and lavender scented. The executive suites come with access to a private lounge with very English tea sandwiches available for refreshment.

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    Hoxton Hotel

    Hoxton Hotel

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    8 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    Pretty bloody cool hotel. Hip and trendy (i say that at the risk of sounding neither). A few years ago no one would venture in to Hoxton but it is now quite the place to be' The area is filled with bars and pubs that this hotel fits right in with its modern look and feel. Perfect for the younger ...

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    Sanderson Hotel London

    Sanderson Hotel London

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    12 reviews
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend

    i will come there

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    W London Leicester Square

    W London Leicester Square

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    10 reviews
    Very Good! - 80% of guests recommend

    Leicester (pronounced Lester) Square is in the middle of Soho, buzzing with all sorts of cafes and the Odeon Theatre where many London premieres are held. It's largely a tourist area, but that's okay. It's still pretty fun to explore.

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    The Lanesborough Hotel

    The Lanesborough Hotel

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    8 reviews

    old hospital converted to hotel.. off Buckhng palace and hyde park.. the 1 and only reason to stay is the CIGAR bar (outside) .. great service

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    Hilton London Heathrow Airport

    Hilton London Heathrow Airport

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    12 reviews
    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend

    Flew out of Heathrow when I emigrated to Canada! Didn't see too much of the Airport itself and it was the only way to emigrate in those days as there were no direct flights from Manchester so I had to go down to London otherwise I would have been stranded in this country and, considering that I was expected in ...

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  • 13
    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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    The Dorchester

    The Dorchester

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    8 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    The Dorchester in one of London's oldest and finest five star hotels. It was built the early nineteen thirties, and recently renovated. This hotel is one of the most beautiful I have ever seen.

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    One Aldwych

    One Aldwych

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    7 reviews
    Excellent! - 92% of guests recommend

    Very, very high-backed chairs and outsize bronze sculptures give the lobby a kind of modern, chic Alice in Wonderland feel. The extremely high ceilings and dark wood bar are two more very attractive features. With down duvets, underwater music in the swimming pool, and professional service, One Aldwych is "one" unique London crashpad.

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    The Milestone Hotel

    The Milestone Hotel

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    7 reviews
    Excellent! - 96% of guests recommend

    Gorgeous, amazing location, and all the service you could ask for.

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    The Landmark Hotel

    The Landmark Hotel

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    7 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    Think of the most elegant older lady with a bit of hidden sass that you know, imagine her as a hotel and you will have the Landmark. Cordial, classy service and a fancy afternoon tea in the atrium restaurant spoke to my grown-up side (the glass ceiling is so tall you could practically fly a helicopter inside), while the downstairs ...

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    Dukes Hotel

    Dukes Hotel

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    7 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    The site of Dukes' Bar, where the martinis are some of the best in the world. It was here that inspired Ian Fleming, after a couple of the stiff drinks, to pen the line "shaken, not stirred." The hotel itself is a luxury boutique hotel tucked into a Mayfair side street, central but not noisy, a great little hidey hole.

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    The Academy Hotel

    The Academy Hotel

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    6 reviews
    Good! - 76% of guests recommend

    Tucked into a Bloomsbury townhouse, the Academy Hotel does the British literary vibe to a tee. Fireplaces and striped wallpaper distinguish the 49 rooms, while the small size means personalized service. This is also a great location for exploring Soho and Bloomsbury.

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