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Within "walking distance of Covent Garden and the British Museum," this former insurance headquarters in Holborn has rooms that are large"unusual for London.".
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. Full review →
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. Full review →
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. The... Full review →Some of the executive rooms have impressively high ceilings — ask for one when you book or opt for a unique multi-level suite.
This opulent landmark 1914 building opened as a hotel in 2003 and has retained some of the best architectural features of its Edwardian heyday while adopting cutting-edge comforts. Full review →
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. Full review →
Edwardian gem in London's West End, with an elegant British brasserie, tranquil courtyard and subterranean spa. Full review →
After an £85 million refurb, the incredibly grand Pearl Assurance building (dating from 1914) now houses the stunning Rosewood Hotel. Full review →
Impressive marbled lobby and grand central courtyard. Decent sized bedrooms with comprehensive modern facilities.
The Rosewood London is a five-pearl hotel with 306 rooms and suites set in a majestic Edwardian property on the busy central London thoroughfare of High Holborn. Full review →
In a busy financial district, near the British Museum, this deluxe hotel is a 20-minute stroll from the River Thames. Though it falls well short of the Four Seasons London at Park Lane,... Full review →The well-lit hallways are long, and some guest rooms are quite a hike from the common areas (request rooms near elevators).
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