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The Savoy

Trafalgar Square / Embankment 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Legendary 1889 Edwardian hotel near the Thames with two historic bars and its fair share of Art Deco glamour. — Jetsetter

Often called “London’s most famous hotel,” Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star, The Savoy, holds a special place in the heart of this great European city. — Forbes Travel Guide

When the Savoy opened in the heart of the theater district in 1889, it introduced many hotel firsts: the use of electricity, en-suite bathrooms, and elevators. — Travel + Leisure

Built on the site of the old Savoy Palace in 1889, the Savoy has welcomed the high, the mighty and the not untalented. — Lonely Planet

The Savoy is one of London's poshest grand dames, located on the exclusive Strand and rivaled only by other five-pearl greats such as The Goring and The May Fair. — Oyster

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The Zetter Hotel

Clerkenwell 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Owners Michael Benyan and Mark Sainsbury describe their affordable, irreverent spot as “a modern-day urban inn.”. — Travel + Leisure

The dizzying five-story atrium, Art Deco staircase, and slick European restaurant hint at the delights to come in this converted warehouse. — Fodor's

A fixture on Clerkenwell’s laidback hipster scene. Rooms are simple but bold, with colourful panache and lots of eco touches. — Rough Guide

In an area known for its loft apartments, this is a loft hotel in a 19th-century warehouse. — DK Eyewitness

The boutique property's 59 rooms are a contemporary mix of funky retro and modish decor and have minibars, flat-screen TVs, and bathrooms with high-end toiletries. — Oyster

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from $169

Claridge's

Mayfair 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Since 1853, Claridge's has served as the hallmark of hotel excellence. — Gayot

Hip as it may be... Claridge's remains one of this city's exemplary grand hotels. — Concierge

19th century tradition with celeb appeal in the posh heart of Mayfair — Jetsetter

Claridge’s is sheer class and pure atmosphere, with its signature art deco redesign still simply dazzling. — Time Out

There is much about the historic Mayfair hotel that remains timeless. — Afar Magazine

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from $639

One Aldwych

Covent Garden 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

An Edwardian building, with an artsy lobby and understated blend of contemporary and classic, provides pure, modern luxury in a great location for theaters and shopping. — Fodor's

The elaborate Edwardian exterior of One Aldwych belies the fashionable hotel you find inside, where a fantastic 400-piece contemporary art collection is seamlessly melded into the décor. — Forbes Travel Guide

A traditional Edwardian facade masks this contemporary luxury hotel in Covent Garden, where the high-end perks include a full-service spa and a chlorine-free pool with underwater music. — Zagat

You only have to push through the front door and enter the breathtaking Lobby Bar to know that you’re in for a treat. — Time Out

Stylish sleep near the Theatre District favored for its oversize guest rooms, basement pool, and screening room — Jetsetter

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from $346

The Rookery Hotel

Clerkenwell 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Quirky, eccentric, and laden with a sense of the antique, the Rookery is a great choice for travelers who want a hotel with the atmosphere of Dickens' or Dr. Johnson's London. — Frommer's

Think wood fires and honour code open bar. Temptation incarnate. — Not For Tourists

Sister hotel to Hazlitt’s, the Rookery has long been something of a celebrity hideaway deep in Clerkenwell. — Time Out

An absolutely unique and beautiful 1725 town house, the Rookery is the kind of place where you want to allow quality time to enjoy and soak up the atmosphere. — Fodor's

Occupying six Georgian houses and stores... this Dickensian hideaway retains many original features, such as flagstone floors in the hall and ceiling beams in some of the rooms. — DK Eyewitness

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from $187

The Goring

Westminster 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This family-owned Edwardian boutique hotel in Victoria has been a magnet for monarchs and heads of state for over a century. — Zagat

Queen mother used to pop in for afternoon tea and it's not difficult to see why with elegant... décor, wonderfully warm efficient staff and largest private hotel garden in central London. — BlackBook

At this traditional English hotel, "personal attention abounds, and service is superb but not intrusive." — Condé Nast Traveler

It boasts special assets such as a lovely garden and London’s most sumptuous family rooms and children’s facilities. — DK Eyewitness

Four generations of Gorings have run this hotel since it opened in 1910, and all that experience shows in the extremely high levels of personal service. — Gayot

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from $506

St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London

London 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A refurbished nineteenth-century railway hotel, now managed by Marriott, with 38 rooms in the historic wing and a new 207-room annex. — Condé Nast Traveler

This stunningly restored Victorian landmark... started as a love letter to the golden age of railways; now it's one of London's most sophisticated places to stay. — Fodor's

It's been a long time coming, but after years of restoration, this monumental piece of Gothic architecture has been kicked into shape and opened up as one of the grandest hotels in London. — Gayot

It took the best part of a decade and £150 million to revive the former Midland Grand Hotel but, boy, was it worth it. — Lonely Planet

The St. Pancras Renaissance is easily one of London’s most recognizable hotels. — Forbes Travel Guide

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Hotel 41

Westminster 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This 30-room luxury boutique, a member of the Red Carnation Group, offers superb service and a central location near Buckingham Palace. — Oyster

It’s residents only at Hotel 41, giving this snug establishment the feel of an exclusive members’ club; it’s a real home away from home in the heart of the British capital. There’s a... — Forbes Travel Guide

Smart and discreet... Comfortable bedrooms boast fireplaces and plenty of extras. — Michelin Guide

It "feels like an exclusive British club" at this brick and limestone Georgian building that once housed debutantes attending parties at nearby Buckingham Palace. — Concierge

It's comprised of just 30 rooms and suites, with contemporary black-and-white interiors, rich carved mahogany and black leather furnishings. — Condé Nast Traveler

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The Milestone Hotel

South Kensington 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Milestone is perhaps the most famous boutique hotel in London, and certainly lives up to its expectations, with exquisitely designed rooms and exceptional service. — Oyster

The place retains an air of homeliness — albeit of the most luxurious variety — that is difficult to find in a central London hotel, especially one in such an enviable location. — Forbes Travel Guide

If you are an aficionado of chic London high street browse&shop with your hotel one footstep away, chances are you will love the Milestone. — BlackBook

This stately red-brick Victorian hotel with plush, antiques-filled interiors, opposite Kensington Palace has 57 rooms, 6 apartments, 1 restaurant, and 1 bar, all perfectly refined. — Travel + Leisure

This pair of intricately decorated Victorian town houses overlooking Kensington Palace and Gardens is an intimate, luxurious alternative to the city's more famous high-end hotels. — Fodor's

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from $432

The Stafford London

St. James's 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This long-established town house hotel near Green Park has won a slew of awards and spends more than £1 million a year keeping up its refined period-style interior. — DK Eyewitness

Circa 1912 Edwardian hotel in central Mayfair with English period furnishings and a storied bar — Jetsetter

Provides high-class boutique style in the main building, and even more indulgence in the Carriage House, a row of beautifully converted eighteenth-century stables. — Rough Guide

The Stafford Hotel epitomizes all that is Mayfair. Ornamented with finery, class and sumptuous elegance, and only a short walk away from Buckingham Palace, Piccadilly and Soho. — BlackBook

This sophisticated St. James’s luxury hotel offers traditionally decorated rooms and suites in the main house. — Zagat

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from $371

The Connaught

Mayfair 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A huge favorite of the "we wouldn't dream of staying anywhere else" monied set since its opening in 1917, the Connaught has many dazzlingly modern compliments to its famously historic delights. — Fodor's

One of London's most famous hotels... retaining an elegant British feel. — Michelin Guide

The Connaught's impeccably decorated rooms offer refined luxury, combining the period features of its 1897 building with restrained contemporary furniture and art. — Lonely Planet

"Outstanding, elegant, and supremely comfortable," with "fabulous service," this Edwardian brick hotel in Mayfair has a polished-wood staircase and wood-paneled halls lined with art. — Condé Nast Traveler

Traditionalists opt for the Old Wing but we prefer the New Wing -- it's where the Connaught's mix of the old and new is most successful. — Frommer's

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from $489

The London EDITION

Fitzrovia 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Look deeper and you’ll find a carefully run hotel where staff is more friendly than their current cool status should dictate. — Frommer's

The hotel's eclectic, sophisticated character makes it a choice location for a get-together over drinks or a polished home away from home. — Gayot

The hotel, along with being perhaps London’s most stylish redoubt right now, is home to the Punch Room, one of the hottest clubs in town. — Condé Nast Traveler

From the outside, The London Edition looks like a period Georgian hotel with its columned portico and intricate moldings. But notice the all-glass entrance doors? They are a hint of... — Forbes Travel Guide

The 173 wood-panelled rooms are uncomplicated, with midcentury elements and faux fur throws; all are adorned by portraits of artist Hendrick Kerstens' daughter Paula. — Lonely Planet

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from $345

Charlotte Street Hotel

Fitzrovia 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Rooms feature soft pastels, snug duvets and pretty drapes, and all come well-equipped with the latest technology. — Gayot

A Bloomsbury Group theme runs throughout this high-end boutique hotel set in a townhouse a block from Soho Square. — Zagat

Modern flair and the traditional are fused together in this super-stylish Soho retreat, beautifully decorated with unique printed fabrics from designer Kit Kemp. — Fodor's

In North Soho, a short walk from the heartbeat of Soho Square, this town house has been luxuriously converted into a high-end hotel that is London chic at its finest. — Frommer's

Stylish interior... Impeccably kept and individually decorated bedrooms. — Michelin Guide

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from $308

The Langham, London

Marylebone 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Langham plays to its literary history with an in-house "book butler." — Condé Nast Traveler

Luxurious, stately, and composed, this 380-room hotel projects an air of exclusivity. — Oyster

Stately grande dame near Regent's Park that serves posh afternoon tea by day and killer cocktails by night. — Jetsetter

Now back to its best, with its famous Palm Court for afternoon tea, the stylish Artesian bar and bedrooms that are not without personality and elegance. — Michelin Guide

A few blocks from Oxford and Bond Street shopping, this chic Marylebone grande dame has hosted everyone from heads of state to celebs to corporate suits since opening in 1865. — Zagat

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from $406

Brown's Hotel

Mayfair 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Rocco Forte gets it right every time. Subtley beautiful. — Not For Tourists

This historic hotel... has undergone extensive refurbishment, which respects its heritage while introducing contemporary furniture, British art, and the latest technology. — DK Eyewitness

Add a slightly clubby tone to the service—the top-hatted doorman, for example—a discreet lobby, a large bar (essential), a tea room, and a grill. — Condé Nast Traveler

Scottish tartan banquettes and British racing-green woolen armchairs abound, while the wood-paneled lounge evokes elegance without feeling old-fashioned. — Travel + Leisure

Tongues wag, however, that even though it's one of the priciest of hotels, neither the interiors nor the service really add up the way they used to. — Fodor's

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from $809

The Dorchester

Mayfair 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Like its sisters, the Meurice and Plaza Athénée in Paris and the Beverly Hills Hotel in L.A., this is as grand as a hotel gets. — Concierge

Few hotels this opulent manage to be as personable as the Dorchester, which opened in 1939 and boasts a prime Park Lane location with unparalleled glamour. — Fodor's

Unmissable Mayfair 5* luxury landmark celebrating London's capacity to adapt to evolving styles and times. — BlackBook

This opulent tour de force has been the hotel of choice for movie stars, fashionistas and those with a wallop of cash to spend and an image to cultivate since it opened for business in 1931. — Lonely Planet

Conceived in the 1930s as a high-end hotel that would rank as the finest in Europe, The Dorchester in London retains this standard to this very day. — Forbes Travel Guide

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from $454

Covent Garden Hotel

Covent Garden 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In the heart of Covent Garden and Theatreland, this secret retreat comes with a fabulously artsy milieu. — Travel + Leisure

Quiet, intimate luxury... whose only extravagance is its uncanny grasp of what its guests want: to be left at peace and in great comfort. — Concierge

The location and tucked-away screening room of this Firmdale hotel ensure it continues to attract starry customers. — Time Out

Part of the Firmdale chain, it is decorated in contemporary-English style with antiques and fresh fabrics. — DK Eyewitness

Popular with those of a theatrical bent. Boldly designed, stylish bedrooms. — Michelin Guide

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from $414

Rosewood London

Holborn 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Rosewood London is a five-pearl hotel with 306 rooms and suites set in a majestic Edwardian property on the busy central London thoroughfare of High Holborn — Oyster

This imposing hotel plays host to corporate guests and many in the legal profession, due to its proximity to the law courts around the corner. — Gayot

Impressive marbled lobby and grand central courtyard. Decent sized bedrooms with comprehensive modern facilities. — Michelin Guide

This opulent landmark 1914 building opened as a hotel in 2003 and has retained some of the best architectural features of its Edwardian heyday while adopting cutting-edge comforts. — Frommer's

High Holborn is one of London’s busiest thoroughfares, yet step through the wrought iron gates that front Rosewood London and you leave the noise and bustle of the city far behind. The... — Forbes Travel Guide

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Andaz London Liverpool Street

City of London 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The new approach means out with gimmicky menus, closet-sized minibars and even the lobby reception desk, and in with down-to-earth, well-informed service and eco-friendliness. — Time Out

Hyatt Hotels & Resorts rebranded it under their new "big boutique" Andaz label. And big it is, with 267 bedrooms, five restaurants, and four bars, including a pub and Japanese and fish restaurants. — Concierge

This magnificent 19th-century railroad hotel was formerly the Great Eastern Hotel. It is now a concept hotel with boutique-inspired credentials. — DK Eyewitness

Using a fresh, simple and personalized service model, this property attracts everyone from business travelers to romantic weekenders to style-seeking creative types. — Gayot

This is the London flagship for Hyatt's sophisticated Andaz chain. — Lonely Planet

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from $269

Dean Street Townhouse

Soho 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This 39-room gem in the heart of Soho has a wonderful boudoir atmosphere. — Lonely Planet

One of a chic set of hotels owned by the trendy Soho House members’ club, this 1730s beauty sits next to its starry, stylishly bohemian dining room. There’s a “broom cupboard” and a few... — Rough Guide

The group behind two transatlantic Soho Houses and Shoreditch House has just opened a hotel in London, and it rocks. — BlackBook

This Grade II-listed, 1730s townhouse has been converted into another winning enterprise from the people behind Soho House members’ club, Shoreditch Rooms and High Road House. — Time Out

This boutique hotel in a restored four-story Georgian town house is a chic base for exploring Theatreland and the nightlife of Soho... Atmosphere and location are the draws here. — Frommer's

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from $332
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