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The Savoy

Trafalgar Square / Embankment 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

Make like Monet and Whistler. Bring your easel. — Not For Tourists

Loved by generations of visitors for its discreet mix of Edwardian neo-classical and art deco. — Time Out

Glitzy, high-octane... Turn-of-the-century appeal with rich fabrics and acres of gold leaf on display. — Frommer's

Dripping with history, it’s as glamorous can be, with amazing decor throughout, classic bars... a Gordon Ramsay restaurant and gorgeously comfortable rooms. — Rough Guide

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The Zetter Hotel

Clerkenwell 92 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

It was only a matter of time before a hotel blended the edgy Shoreditch scene with the creature comforts demanded by City types. — Frommer's

Zetter is a fun, laid-back, modern hotel with some interesting design notes. — Time Out

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

This Clerkenwell lodging goes for ultrahip with its Champagne-and-camera-stocked vending machine, hot water bottles, second hand books and Scandinavian/industrial style. — Gayot

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from $127

Claridge's

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

In the exclusive Mayfair district, two blocks south of Oxford Street, Claridge's is among the most impressive of London's traditional deluxe hotels and a tribute to art-deco design. This... — Star Service

Exemplifying "the finer things of London," this brick hotel is "centrally located" within walking distance of shops and boutiques in Mayfair. — Condé Nast Traveler

Favored by the European aristocracy in the 19th century... Mayfair’s Art Deco jewel attracts showbusiness, glitterati, and corporate guests. — DK Eyewitness

The well-heeled have been meeting—and eating—at Claridge's for generations, and the tradition continues at... this super-glamorous London institution. — Fodor's

This Mayfair grande dame has been hosting royalty, celebrities and other luxury lovers since the 19th century. — Zagat

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from $656

One Aldwych

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

One Aldwych is an object lesson in how to combine old-school London elegance with state-of-the-art facilities. — Frommer's

One Aldwych is an upbeat hotel with 105 rooms and modern art throughout. — Lonely Planet

Catering to young up-and-comers, One Aldwych is located on the edge of Covent Garden where the West End meets the City. — Gayot

Gracious contemporary hotel at the edge of Theatreland and convenient to the City financial district. — Andrew Harper

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

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from $356

Covent Garden Hotel

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

There’s an excellent bar-restaurant called Brasserie Max just off the lobby, and two stunning guest lounges with fireplaces on the 1st floor that come into their own in the winter. — Lonely Planet

Gorgeous boutique hotel... housed in a converted French hospital in a characterful location. — Rough Guide

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

Located in Seven Dials, a two-block, low-rise slice of the Village in London, with renowned café Monmouth down the block and erotic shop Coco de Mer across the street. — BlackBook

This luxury boutique hotel has been designed by owner Kit Kemp, whose uniquely contemporary take on classic English decor is showcased in its individually designed guest quarters. — Zagat

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from $425

The Rookery Hotel

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

Like its Soho sister, Hazlitt’s, the Rookery hotel's bathrooms have more character than most hotels can hope to boast. In London's cool Clerkenwell neighborhood, this moody Georgian gem... — Mr & Mrs Smith

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

A row of charmingly restored 18C houses. Wood panelling, stone-flagged flooring, open fires and antique furniture. — Michelin Guide

With the feel of a private club, this Clerkenwell hotel has period charm (polished woods, fireplaces, patinaed portraits) and yet, is not one bit twee. — Travel + Leisure

Don't expect bellhops or a concierge—come here for the excellent location in one of the most evocative, Dickensian parts of London. — Concierge

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The London EDITION

Fitzrovia 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

From its swoon-worthy design to their flawless service, it’s a stay that we wished would never end. We’d have happily moved in. — Mr & Mrs Smith

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

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

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

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

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from $314

Hotel 41

Westminster 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

For the central but quiet 41 hotel, premium service begins before guests have even set foot through the doors. — Gayot

A boutique hotel with the feel of a private club. Guests are assigned a personal butler for their stay. — DK Eyewitness

Intimate boutique neighboring Buckingham Palace that channels a plush London club and sets a standard in service—without any of the stuffiness. — Jetsetter

Adjacent to St. James' Park, three short blocks from Victoria station, this luxury hotel-within-a-hotel takes up most of the fifth floor of sibling The Rubens at the Palace, and has its... — Star Service

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

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from $524

The Stafford London

St. James's 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Ideally located hotel in three structures surrounding a 17th-century courtyard next to Green Park. — Andrew Harper

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

With three very distinct buildings, this refined property offers something for everyone: the main house, fresh from a renovation, features tastefully appointed rooms with a traditional decor. — Travel + Leisure

At the end of a private cobbled drive off St. James's Street two blocks south of bustling Piccadilly Circus and near London's famous Ritz hotel, this property occupies three traditional... — Star Service

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

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from $403

The Connaught

Mayfair 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

Few hotels are as revered as The Connaught hotel in central London. — Mr & Mrs Smith

For those who enjoy being pampered, the staff-to-guest ratio of 3:1 ensures service with all the trimmings. — Concierge

In the heart of Mayfair, near Grosvenor Square and overlooking Carlos Place, in a historic brick building abloom with flowers, this hotel is as British as the Union Jack—an institution... — Star Service

Sophisticated and stately hotel near Mayfair’s antique/art galleries and specialty shops. — Andrew Harper

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from $618

The Goring

Westminster 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With Buckingham Palace just around the corner, this hotel, built in 1910 and now run by third-generation Gorings, has always been a favorite among discreet VIPs. — Fodor's

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

Still run by the family that opened it in 1910, this "elegant property very much like a private English home" is adjacent to Buckingham Palace. — Concierge

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

Many of the attractive rooms overlook a peaceful garden. — Michelin Guide

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from $476

St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London

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

Opened in March 2011, the hotel is house in part of the landmark train station, with a restaurant designed by David Collins and helmed by Marcus Wareing of the Berkeley Hotel. — Travel + Leisure

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

The 245-room St. Pancras Renaissance London is a romantic, dramatic hotel with a long history dating back to the Victorian era. — Oyster

Standard rooms and suites exude contemporary elegance, although Victorian suites feature period details, from fireplaces and high ceilings to ornate mouldings. — Zagat

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from $288

The Milestone Hotel

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

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

This plush hotel opposite Kensington Palace features originally designed rooms, from the smart “Savile Row” to the Colonial-style “Safari Suite.” — DK Eyewitness

Wealthy American visitors make annual pilgrimages here, their arrival greeted by the comforting, gravel tones of their regular concierge. — Time Out

This classic luxury hotel opposite Kensington Palace and Gardens (with views of them from some rooms) features posh public areas and individually decorated guest quarters. — Zagat

Located in the residential neighborhood Kensington, just off Hyde Park and facing Kensington Palace, this nineteenth-century Victorian prides itself on its two-to-one staff-to-guest ratio. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $492

Dorset Square Hotel

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

Two combined Regency town houses contain this enchanting new 38-room hotel overlooking leafy Dorset Sq, where the very first cricket ground was laid in 1814. — Lonely Planet

This townhouse in Marylebone, the first property from the folks behind Firmdale Hotels... is now stocked with 38 rooms inspired by designer Kit Kemp's signature bold and playful colors and patterns. — BlackBook

Reopened in June 2012 after extensive updates and refurbishment, this boutique hotel, in one of London's most fashionable neighborhoods, occupies a charming town house. — Fodor's

Regulars prize this award-winning hotel for its character, old-fashioned charm, and attention to detail. — DK Eyewitness

Just steps from Regent's Park, this is one of London's best and most stylish "house hotels". — Frommer's

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from $232

Brown's Hotel

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

This collection of eleven Georgian townhouses, having undergone a sleek, £24 million refurbishment, remains a delightful, old-fashioned hotel with stained-glass windows and oak paneling. — Gayot

Brown’s has epitomized British luxury since the Victorian era. And after its recent top-to-bottom revamp, it started racking up accolades for its elegant, amenity-packed rooms (there’s... — goop

Opened in 1837 by Lord Byron’s butler, this luxury hotel set in four historic Mayfair townhouses mixes classic English style with modern touches. — Zagat

Brown's Hotel, located in prestigious Mayfair, is part of the luxurious Rocco Forte Collection. — Oyster

One of the most coveted addresses in Mayfair, Brown’s Hotel is still the place to see and be seen even after nearly two centuries in business. — Mr & Mrs Smith

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from $875

Charlotte Street Hotel

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

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

Now a fine exponent of Kit Kemp’s much imitated fusion of flowery English and avant-garde, this gorgeous hotel was once a dental hospital. — Time Out

Part of a larger group of wonderfully homey, modern and totally English hotels, one of the highlights here is high tea. — goop

The ground floor bar is always buzzing with local workers as well as guests in this exquisitely designed hotel in a street full of restaurants. — DK Eyewitness

Decorated like a chintz-filled country house that Bertie Wooster might share with Anya Hindmarch, this shabby-chic 52-room hotel is filled with art curated by its co-owner. — Travel + Leisure

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from $317

Dean Street Townhouse

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

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

The hotel's excellent brasserie-style restaurant... serves updated British staples like roast chicken with sage and onion stuffing and luscious treacle pudding. — Concierge

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

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

In the heart of Soho... with a good range of extras. — Michelin Guide

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from $332

The Langham, London

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

Sure, it's expensive; but we love the Langham for its beguiling mix of old and new. — Frommer's

Built in 1865, the Langham was the original luxury hotel in the city, all but inventing the very image of what a great London hotel looked like. — Fodor's

This hotel, once a mediocre Hilton, has improved immensely under Langham's Hong Kong owners, as it should given its bloodlines as London's first purpose-built hotel. The 1863 building is... — Star Service

Oscar Wilde and Mark Twain were once guests, and it's still one of London's premium five-star hotels. — Gayot

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 $452

The Dorchester

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

Few hotels have the time-honored experience of "the Dorch," which has maintained a tradition of fine comfort and cuisine since it opened in 1931. — Frommer's

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

Opened in 1931, this Mayfair luxury landmark popular with the rich and royal offers rooms and suites decorated mostly in English country house style. — Zagat

From the day it opened in 1931, The Dorchester was hailed as the most modern and luxurious hotel in London ... and it still is. — Gayot

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

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from $483

The Lanesborough

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

Where visiting divas doze and foreign royalty hang their crowns, this former hospital’s (St George’s) lavishly appointed guest rooms exude a regal opulence. — Lonely Planet

This hotel is noted for having all the latest high-tech gadgetry --- cleverly concealed within a sea of mahogany furnishings. — Gayot

The Lanesborough is one of the city’s most regal hotels, not to mention an ideal base for exploring nearby Hyde Park, Piccadilly and Knightsbridge. — Forbes Travel Guide

Considered one of London’s more historic luxury hotels, the Lanesborough was in fact redeveloped – impressively – only in 1991. — Time Out

Located at the top end of Knightsbridge, a 10-minute walk from Harrods and convenient to sightseeing and businesses, The Lanesborough remains one of the permanent members on London's... — Star Service

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from $700
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