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Westminster
19 reviews
The Goring’s traditional tea service is still London’s best, but the introduction of complimentary in-room evening cocktail service may soon become the most popular perk. — Afar Magazine
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Westminster
16 reviews
A beyond opulent 294-room hotel in a vast Belle Époque building formerly occupied by the Ministry of Defence. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Mayfair
18 reviews
No hotel epitomizes the rebirth of London's grand old hotels quite like Claridge's. — Frommer's
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Mayfair
19 reviews
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
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Covent Garden
20 reviews
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
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Southwark
14 reviews
Rooms are the latest cry in comfort and technology, with Nespresso coffee machines, iPod docking stations, a pillow menu and Washlet toilets (with a mind-boggling array of options). — Lonely Planet
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Fitzrovia
12 reviews
Studio 54 co-founder Ian Schrager has been taking his magic touch from nightclubs to hotels as of late, notably seen in the Fitzrovia hotel London Edition. — Travel + Leisure
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Trafalgar Square / Embankment
19 reviews
Most guests looking for something special should opt for river-view suites or rooms with the unobstructed views of the Thames, London Eye, Parliament and Big Ben. — Star Service
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Mayfair
17 reviews
Glamorous hotel in central Mayfair location on busy Park Lane. Gracious lodgings overlook Hyde Park or the hotel’s landscaped terraces. — Hideaway Report
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Belgravia
15 reviews
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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Covent Garden
18 reviews
The phrase we hear most often from guests who've stayed here is "expensive, but worth it". — Frommer's
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15 reviews
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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Marylebone
15 reviews
Two combined five-story Regency town houses on a corner of Marylebone's leafy Dorset Square, site of London's first cricket ground. — Condé Nast Traveler
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St. James's
14 reviews
Man without a jacket? Wait outside while we judge you. — Not For Tourists
9
Mayfair
15 reviews
Liveried doormen and personal butler service for all guestrooms typify the luxurious style of this Mayfair Edwardian classic, which opened in the 19th century but offers 21st-century comforts. — Zagat
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Holborn
11 reviews
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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St. James's
13 reviews
Beyond Dukes’ bar, chic understated rooms feature regal purple and gold accents and manly but lovely marble bathrooms. — Time Out
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Soho
16 reviews
Entering the Soho Hotel always gets our hearts racing... Tatler called it "the most glamorous hotel in the world". — Frommer's
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Belgravia
15 reviews
Discreet and rejuvenated hotel with rooftop pool and opulently decorated bedrooms. — Michelin Guide
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Fitzrovia
14 reviews
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
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