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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 →

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

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

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

The part-Edwardian, part–Art Deco building on the Strand in central London is an ideal spot to stay when in town for sightseeing. — Concierge

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

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from $510

Claridge's

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

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

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

Expect a lot from hotel of this standing, where Coco Chanel chic merges with attentive, impeccable service. — BlackBook

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

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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 →

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

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

One Aldwych, a modern, independent hotel, is located in the heart of London within minutes of the city’s top sights, including West End theaters, the London Eye and St. Paul’s Cathedral. — Travel + Leisure

A grand contemporary hotel in former Edwardian newspaper offices. Impressive details include original art and tarazzo-stone bathrooms with heated floors and mini TVs. — DK Eyewitness

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from $356

Covent Garden Hotel

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

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

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

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

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

Location, service, accommodations and dining converge to create a real gem of a hotel. — Star Service

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from $425

The Goring

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

The Goring is a classic English boutique hotel with ample royal heritage. — Oyster

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

Elegant small hotel run by the same family for four generations and located within a stone’s throw of Buckingham Palace in fashionable Belgravia. — Andrew Harper

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

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

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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 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

Almost best of all, the rates are (for London) way low. — Concierge

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

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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 →

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

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

The bedrooms of this 'country house in the city' are divided between the main house, converted 18C stables and more modern mews. — Michelin 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 is a rare find: a posh hotel that's equal parts elegance and friendliness, and it's in one of the few peaceful spots in the area, down a small lane behind Piccadilly. — Fodor's

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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 →

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

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

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

This landmark hotel was created in 1837 from 11 town houses and is London's oldest hostelry. — Lonely Planet

Often imitated but rarely bettered. — Frommer's

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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 →

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

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

One of Mayfair’s historic grand hotels, the Connaught has undergone an imaginative renovation, combining its historic features with contemporary gadgets and refined modern design. — DK Eyewitness

"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

The Connaught can be found in the heart of Mayfair Village, one of the most fashionable and upscale parts of London, and traces its history back to 1815. — Forbes Travel Guide

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from $618

St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London

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

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

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 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

Now a luxurious Marriott hotel, it is certainly a thrilling spectacle – the lofty public spaces and colossal, softly glowing lobby evoke the golden era of railway travel. — Rough Guide

Stunning public areas at this restored hotel, originally designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott. — Insight Guides

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from $288

Dorset Square Hotel

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

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

This diminutive, 38-room, boutique hotel is situated at the edge of leafy Dorset Square in the heart of London, occupying a Regency townhouse that’s positively crazed with the sport of cricket. — Forbes Travel Guide

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

Interior designer Kit Kemp showcases her modern take on traditional English decor in the guest quarters of this boutique hotel set in a Regency townhouse in Marylebone. — Zagat

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

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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 →

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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

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

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

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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 →

Within "walking distance of Covent Garden and the British Museum," this former insurance headquarters in Holborn has rooms that are large—"unusual for London."—. — Concierge

Popular with business travelers, it features lots of leather and dark-red fabrics, with luxurious mattresses, and a day spa in the basement is a peaceful cocoon. — Fodor's

After an £85 million refurb, the incredibly grand Pearl Assurance building (dating from 1914) now houses the stunning Rosewood Hotel. — Lonely Planet

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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

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

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

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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 →

The Berkeley's winning formula remains intact -- a classic Art Deco grand hotel but with the kind of understated, helpful service that sets it apart from stuffier neighbors. — Frommer's

Convenient for Knightsbridge shopping, the very elegant Berkeley is known for its renowned restaurants and luxuries that culminate—literally—in a splendid penthouse swimming pool. — Fodor's

Since it opened in 1972, The Berkeley has been in the vanguard of London's top hotels. Built of sandstone, it has mellowed well and has a timeless elegance. — Gayot

The Berkeley hotel's finely-tuned staff, Michelin-star chefs, chic cocktail bar and spoling spa make this renowned retreat the perfect London base for low-key luxury. — Mr & Mrs Smith

Not the best-known of London’s luxury hotels, rebuilt in the 1970s, but the Berkeley offers an exceptional range of opulent services. — DK Eyewitness

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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 →

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

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

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

The epitome of the glamorous luxury hotel, with an outrageously lavish lobby and a star-studded history, the Dorchester has revamped its tasteful floral bedrooms. — DK Eyewitness

Luxury hotel on a grand scale offering every possible facility. — Michelin Guide

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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 →

An excellent staff, luxurious touches, and exclusive location on the busiest corner of Hyde Park make the Lanesborough a great luxury pick. — Oyster

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

Grand hotel housed within a landmark Regency building, overlooking Hyde Park Corner and close to Buckingham Palace. — Andrew Harper

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

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

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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 →

This no-frills hotel is known for delivering style and value to its urban travelers. — Travel + Leisure

This is hands down the best hotel deal in London. — Lonely Planet

A fittingly happening spot in this über-hip neighbourhood, with modern but warm public spaces – all exposed brick and burnished metal – and comfy boutique rooms. — Rough Guide

Labeling itself an urban lodge, this affordable hotel (read: bargain) 400-meters' walk from Liverpool Street mainline station — Star Service

A forward-thinking, no-frills stay in one of London's most stylish hotels, with a healthy light breakfast bag. — Jetsetter

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from $166
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