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The Ritz London vs Great Northern Hotel, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel, London

Both properties are endorsed by professional travelers. On balance, The Ritz London is preferred by most reviewers compared to Great Northern Hotel, A Tribute Portfolio Hotel. The Ritz London scores 89 with endorsements from 14 reviews like Not For Tourists, Condé Nast Traveler and DK Eyewitness.

The Ritz London
9 / 10
150 Piccadilly, London W1J 9BR
From $647 /night
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  • Free Internet
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Michelin Guide
"World famous... lavishly appointed and luxurious rooms."
Concierge
"One of the world's famous hotels... opened in 1906, and is quite as lovely as it was in its first heyday—thanks largely to more than ten years of sympathetic private ownership."
Time Out
"If you like the idea of a world where jeans and trainers are banned and jackets must be worn by gentlemen when dining (the requirement is waived for breakfast), the Ritz is for you." Full review
DK Eyewitness
"A byword for pampering luxury since it opened in 1906, the Ritz continues to win awards for superior all-round service."
Star Service
"The Ritz's clientele is composed of a comic, age-old dichotomy of jet-setting billionaires and splurging romantics. " Full review
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Great Northern Hotel, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel, London
8 / 10
King's Cross St Pancras Station, Pancras Road, London N1C 4TB
From $243 /night
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  • Free Internet
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Lonely Planet
Top Choice
"Rising like a phoenix from the ashes of the 'old' King's Cross – once the city's red light district – the Great Northern Hotel, with its curving brick facade, would make its 1854 incarnation proud." Full review
Zagat
"Open since 1854, this elegant hotel within King's Cross Station retains its wrought-iron staircases and broad, curved corridors, though guestrooms are thoroughly modern."
Frommer's
"Of all the major railway terminal hotels currently in operation in London, the Great Northern is the most distinct—and the smallest." Full review
Star Service
"The grand sweeping curve of the hotel is still at the hub of Europe's railway network and is just a few steps from U.K. and international Eurostar rail terminals." Full review
Oyster
Luxury
"The 91 rooms, with sash windows and vintage Farrow & Bell Shades, are elegant and contemporary, and a few of the bathrooms have roll-top bathtubs." Full review
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