Coming to London and looking for a luxury hotel? Well, you are spoiled for choice. To make it easier, I prepared a little selection of some of my favourite hotels in the city. Here are 10 luxury hotels to try in London.
I have linked each hotel to a review of each property to make it easier.
The Corinthia London
One of London’s sexiest hotels, it also has the highest number of penthouse suites.. with views. I loved our stay at the Corinthia London, and highly recommend it. Rooms from £300/night.
Also high on the sexy stakes – the decor of this hotel is a dream. But also gets top marks for the best dressed staff, starting with the doormen. Rooms at the Rosewood London start from £360/night.
The Langham London
I have recently stayed at the newly renovated Regent Wing at the Langham London and absolutely loved the style of the rooms. Fabulous location too. Review to follow. Rooms starting at £345 a night.
The Kensington Hotel
I still stand by the ‘regal yet ravishing’ description of The Kensington Hotel, which may be one of London’s most special hotels. The Irish accent highly contributes to the experience, in my opinion. Rooms starting at £275 a night.
Four Seasons London at Park Lane
Probably one of my favourite hotels in the world – I have used the Four Seasons London as my office for years. Lovely rooms and probably one of the best cocktail lists in town. Ask for a rose petal affair next time. Rooms from £425 a night.
The London Edition
The London Edition is quite alpine, yet so modern – the perfect combination for this very sleek hotel. With one of the best lobbies in London and a very decent gin & tonic selection (they know me well), its almost secret Punch Room is also worth a visit. Rooms from £250 a night.
The Arch London
Probably one of London’s best kept secrets. The Arch London not only is beautiful, but it is one of the very few hotels located in Marylebone which is one of my favourite London neighbourhoods. Rooms from £200.
An oldie but a real goodie. We stayed at the ‘new rooms’ at The Stafford and they did not disappoint. And one of my favourite places in London in the Summer? Its fab American bar, complete with outdoor seating. Rooms from £295.
Belgraves London, a Thompson hotel
We absolutely adored Thompson Belgraves – the decor was fantastic, staff were gorgeous and the little cigar bar is one of London’s best kept secrets (and liveliest places). Worth a try! Rooms from £275.
Eccleston Square Hotel
Probably one of the world’s most technologically advanced hotels – but made for real people, so you can actually operate the controls! And one of the best things about Eccleston Square Hotel? You have keys to the garden. Exactly. Rooms from £225.
What London hotels have you tried and loved? Let me know!