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The Savoy

Trafalgar Square / Embankment 96 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A timeless hotel where every room tells a story. — Afar Magazine

Situated close to both the city and the West End... The Savoy enjoys a spectacular position facing the Thames and overlooking Embankment Gardens. — Gayot

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

One of London's most famous hotels has emerged from a £220 million renovation, and the old girl is looking like a superstar again. — Fodor'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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Claridge's

Mayfair 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

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

No hotel epitomizes the rebirth of London's grand old hotels quite like Claridge's. — Frommer's

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

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

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from $656

One Aldwych

Covent Garden 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Adjacent to the Strand, near the foot of Waterloo Bridge and next door to the Lyceum Theatre, around the corner from the more commercial Waldorf Hilton, this location couldn't be better. — Star Service

There's a lot to love about this 105-room luxury hotel in London’s vibrant Covent Garden. — Oyster

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

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

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

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from $356

The Goring

Westminster 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Glistening with chandeliers, dotted with trademark fluffy sheep and overseen by highly professional staff, this family-owned hotel is a supremely grand. — Lonely Planet

There are plenty of family-run hotels in London, but the Goring is the very best of them. — Frommer's

Opened in 1910, The Goring Hotel is proud of its history as London's last remaining family-owned luxury hotel. — Travel + Leisure

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

While it does indeed offer guest rooms to rival most any in London in terms of quality, the real joy of a stay here is being in the tender care of wondrous people. — Star Service

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from $476

The Zetter Hotel

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

The Zetter hotel in London’s hip Clerkenwell neighbourhood is a 1960s-design-lover’s dream city pad, filled with clever clashes of modern styles and mid-century-inspired furniture. — Mr & Mrs Smith

The Zetter comprises two quite different properties, both exemplary in their execution. — Lonely Planet

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

This Victorian warehouse turned 59-room hotel on London’s heavily trafficked Clerkenwell Road is missing nary a detail of what constitutes a cutting-edge big-city boutique hotel. — Condé Nast Traveler

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

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from $127

The Stafford London

St. James's 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

The 105-room Stafford London is a polished, five-pearl boutique hotel set in one of central London's swankiest neighborhoods. — Oyster

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

The Stafford London is rich with history and exudes some of the most quintessential English charm you’ll find in all of London. — Forbes Travel Guide

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

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from $403

Brown's Hotel

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

History and charm welcome guests at Brown’s Hotel, billed as the first official hotel of London since its doors first opened in 1837. — Forbes Travel Guide

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

Brown’s was opened in 1837 by James Brown, butler to Romantic poet, hedonist and freedom-fighter Lord Byron. — Time Out

Consistently ranks as one of the most quintessentially English hotels around: genteel, historical and service-oriented, and offering...a superb Afternoon Tea — Star Service

Reopened in December 2005 after a $30 million–plus overhaul, its future is now as bright as its past. — Concierge

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from $875

The Connaught

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

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. — Star Service

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

"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

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

Quintessential Englishness is the signature of this top London hotel. — Gayot

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from $618

Covent Garden Hotel

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

In keeping with the Firmdale theme, this 58-room boutique hotel is brimming with character, from the individually designed rooms, to the screening room and film club, to the great seasonal-produce-focused Brasserie Max. — goop

A pioneer in a neighborhood area not previously known for hotels, but where they now seem to spring up every day, the Covent Garden Hotel remains a veritable jewel. — Gayot

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

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

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

Dorset Square Hotel

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

Set on the edge of a quiet, green square London's very central (and very exclusive) Marylebone area, theDorset Square Hotel will bowl you over with it's cricket theme and witty, modern British design. — Mr & Mrs Smith

Contemporary yet intimate. — Michelin Guide

Stylish hotel within a Regency townhouse in a quiet, tree-lined enclave close to Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill. — Andrew Harper

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

A former pair of Regency residences, this hotel is intimate and stylish and evokes a kind of quiet, country house mood with its pretty drawing rooms with cozy fireplaces. — Gayot

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from $232

The London EDITION

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

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

A solidly bohemian air permeates this handsome new hotel in the heart of Fitzrovia, which opened to much fanfare in the fall of 2013. — Fodor's

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 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

This Ian Schrager–designed hotel in Fitzrovia features grand Victorian public spaces, contemporary guestrooms and upscale Modern British cuisine. — Zagat

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from $314

Charlotte Street Hotel

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

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

Things are casual, including the lobby with its oak floor and leather chairs. Arrivals enter through this sparsely furnished reception room that is more modern-art gallery than lobby. — Star Service

London’s first boutique hotel and arguably its best, this 52-room property, where Laura Ashley goes postmodern and comes up smelling of roses, is a favourite of visiting media types. — Lonely Planet

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

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

The Rookery Hotel

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

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

To that end, a row of Georgian houses in a narrow lane have been turned into a little gem of a hotel; it is creaky and quaint and feels as if it's been around forever. — Gayot

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

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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from $192

Rosewood London

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

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 — Forbes Travel Guide

In a busy financial district, near the British Museum, this deluxe hotel is a 20-minute stroll from the River Thames — Star Service

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

The 306 rooms have that same sense of grandeur, with silky faux-fur throws on the beds and cut-glass flasks of complimentary whiskey in the suites. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $502

The Langham, London

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

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

The flagship of the Hong Kong-based Langham Hotels International, The Langham, London is also one of the city’s oldest grand hotels. — Forbes Travel Guide

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 — Star Service

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

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

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from $452

The Berkeley

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

One of London's fanciest hotels, the Berkeley draws celebs, business-folk, and the merely rich in equal numbers. — BlackBook

Now in the third stage of its ongoing revamp, London’s Berkeley hotel is showing no signs of taking its foot off the pedal. — Wallpaper

Discreet yet stylish, this hotel is the centerpiece of so many must-dos it’s easy to forget about the elegant rooms. — Travel + Leisure

A short walk from Harrods and Harvey Nichols, this "simply world-class property" opened in the 1800s and still has some of its original interior wood paneling and decorative carvings. — Condé Nast Traveler

The fashion-forward set has long been calling The Berkeley their home away from home, and not just because of the boutique Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel’s proximity to Harvey Nichols. — Forbes Travel Guide

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from $541

The Dorchester

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

Glamorous hotel in central Mayfair location on busy Park Lane. Gracious lodgings overlook Hyde Park or the hotel’s landscaped terraces. — Andrew Harper

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

Facing Hyde Park, this property continues to set the bar by which other five-star hotels measure themselves — Star Service

Mothership of Mayfair marvelousness. — Not For Tourists

This "sensational West End landmark" is where Prince Philip hosted his bachelor party, so it’s no surprise that you’ll enjoy "perfect people watching" at the Promenade restaurant. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $483

The Lanesborough

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

Deluxe hotel overlooking Hyde Park Corner. The stately neoclassical facade of the former St George’s hospital complements the ­opulent Regency-style interior. — Insight Guides

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 furniture, fabrics and wall coverings were sourced exclusively from British suppliers to reflect the building’s heritage, while advanced technology keeps guests in control with in-room tablets. — Wallpaper

Remains one of the permanent members on London's short list of stellar hotels, a blend of the traditional sophistication of the Dorchester with the consummate service and amenities of the Four Seasons — Star Service

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from $700

The Hoxton, Shoreditch

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

Hoxton hotel landed with a bang on London Hotel scene back in 2006 with opening rate of £1 a night. — BlackBook

Famous for its low rates (including some publicity-garnering £1-a-night rooms), the Hoxton deserves credit for many other things. — Time Out

For a reasonably priced stay at the heart of the Shoreditch scene, there's no better option. — Frommer's

For those who thrive on Hoxton's galleries, garment wholesalers, hip clubs, and swank bar-restos... this is a second home. — Concierge

This stylish hotel attracts an eclectic mix of creative types, party animals and business travellers thanks to a location that’s in the middle of the Shoreditch nightlife scene. — Zagat

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from $166

St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London

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

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

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

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

It's located on busy Euston Road, 2 kilometers north of The Strand on the northern edge of central London, across from the King's Cross rail and tube station and fronting the Eurostar concourse — Star Service

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

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from $288
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