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Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London

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

London is renowned for its time-honored luxury hotels, and the Edwardian masterpiece that houses Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London is no exception. — Forbes Travel Guide

Elegant art deco-inspired hotel located in Knightsbridge, opposite Harvey Nichols department store. — Andrew Harper

Zen is the mantra at this luxurious, Asian-inflected haven that’s consistently regarded as one of the world’s best hotels. — Travel + Leisure

The Mandarin Oriental welcomes you with one of the most exuberantly Victorian facades in town, then fast-forwards you to high-trend modern London. — Fodor's

A stay at Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park places you in the heart of London, minutes from Harrods and close to Imperial College London. This 5-star hotel is close to Royal Albert Hall and... — Jetsetter

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from $618

Number Sixteen

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

A handsome, well-kept townhouse just steps from the South Kensington Tube station, Number Sixteen hotel is the perfect base for shopping and cultural excursions into London's city centre. — Mr & Mrs Smith

This exquisite little hotel would not normally qualify for the "Budget" designation, but it's a relative term in London at the best of times, and as budget splurges go, this is tops. — Concierge

Guest rooms at this lovely luxury guesthouse... look like they come from the pages of Architectural Digest, and the delightful garden is an added bonus. — Fodor's

Enticingly refurbished 19C townhouses in smart area. — Michelin Guide

A quiet, tree-lined street where four early-nineteenth-century town houses have been cleverly converted into one of the city’s most comfortable boutique hotels. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $224

The Ritz London

St. James's 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Man without a jacket? Wait outside while we judge you. — Not For Tourists

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. — Time Out

World famous... lavishly appointed and luxurious rooms. — Michelin Guide

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. — Concierge

Located in Piccadilly bordering Mayfair and Green Park, The Ritz London is a 136-room hotel that dates back to 1906. — Oyster

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from $554

Shangri-La Hotel, At The Shard, London

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

The Shangri-La's first UK opening gives London its first five-star hotel south of the Thames and breathtaking views from the highest hotel (above ground level) in Western Europe. — Lonely Planet

You can't get a hotel room much closer to the clouds. — The Telegraph

Massive baths with marble coating and rainfall showerheads are almost expected at a Shangri-La property. — Star Service

Serene sleep with a a sky-high pool and cocktail bar in Renzo Piano's stunning London showpiece. — Jetsetter

The hotel skillfully blends modern decor and traditional Eastern sensibilities to create a one-of-a-kind experience for guests seeking accommodations drenched in luxury. — Gayot

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from $466

K West Hotel & Spa

London 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A stylish hotel in West London, with an award-winning spa - includes breakfast, optional dinner, food and drink discounts, and a Westfield shopping pass. — Jetsetter

South Beach meets the East Village at London’s cutting-edge K West Hotel & Spa. — Travel + Leisure

Off the beaten track near BBC HQ, this striking steel and glass hotel is popular with high-profile guests, and often offers amazingly cheap deals on the website. — DK Eyewitness

It might sound like some kind of Kanye accomodation franchise, but don’t turn up to this Shepherd’s Bush-based hotel expecting bling-festooned staff dressed in shutter shades. — Time Out

This very stylish 220-room place, hard by Shepherd’s Bush Green, combines dark wood, suede, stainless steel and sand-blasted glass, and somehow it all works. — Lonely Planet

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from $126

Dukes Hotel

St. James's 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Dukes Hotel is a pricey, prestigious 90-room boutique delivering an updated take on classic English luxury. — Oyster

Bedrooms are now fresh and uncluttered and the atmosphere less starchy. The basement restaurant offers a modern menu, with dishes that are original in look and elaborate in construction. — Michelin Guide

A quintessentially British hotel with a gentleman’s club feel and a bar that inspired James Bond's signature tipple. — Jetsetter

The storied Dukes Hotel delivers discretion with a friendly face from a series of townhouses tucked away off St. James Square with its own private courtyard dating back to 1532. — Forbes Travel Guide

Service is a hallmark here, which is not surprising for a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World consortium. — Star Service

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from $389

Corinthia Hotel London

Westminster 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A star in the firmament of new hotels that have opened in London in this decade, the Corinthia is design heaven-on-earth, with levels of service that make anyone feel like a VIP. — Fodor's

A staggering $488 million went into the purchase and restoration of this former Ministry of Defense headquarters south of Trafalgar Square. — Travel + Leisure

Restored Belle-Epoque gem with an art-focused aesthetic, steps from Trafalgar Square. — Jetsetter

Having opened in 2011 on Whitehall Place just south of Trafalgar Square, Corinthia Hotel London is one of the newest additions to the city’s luxury hotel market. — Forbes Travel Guide

Contemporary opulence meets Victorian grandeur at this circa-1885 luxury property in the heart of London that's been given a sleek contemporary makeover. — Zagat

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from $502

The Milestone Hotel

South Kensington 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This stately red-brick Victorian hotel with plush, antiques-filled interiors, opposite Kensington Palace has 57 rooms, 6 apartments, 1 restaurant, and 1 bar, all perfectly refined. — Travel + Leisure

Elegant and enthusiastically run hotel with decorative Victorian facade and a very British feel. — Michelin Guide

With excellent views of Kensington Palace and Hyde Park just opposite, this grand late-nineteenth-century former private residence boasts an attractive Victorian façade. — Gayot

If you are an aficionado of chic London high street browse&shop with your hotel one footstep away, chances are you will love the Milestone. — BlackBook

Wealthy American visitors make annual pilgrimages here, their arrival greeted by the comforting, gravel tones of their regular concierge. — Time Out

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from $492

Haymarket Hotel

Trafalgar Square / Embankment 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The progeny of hoteliers and designers Tim and Kit Kemp, the Haymarket is opulently beautiful. — Lonely Planet

The graceful building by John Nash—architect of the Theatre Royal Haymarket, next door—has its entrance on quiet Suffolk Place. — Condé Nast Traveler

With the Haymarket Hotel, hoteliers Tim and Kit Kemp continue to corner the boutique hotel market in London. — Gayot

Even the Haymarket’s indoor pool lounge is no mere fitness center—its wenge-and-pewter bar, nightclub-caliber sound system, and 300-person capacity are clearly meant for after-hours activities. — Travel + Leisure

A boutique addition to the West End’s luxury hotels, the Haymarket has subtly colorful, very well-equipped rooms and suites designed with panache. — DK Eyewitness

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from $371

London Bridge Hotel

Southwark 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In fact, this well-kept modern midrange establishment is one of the better bargains in overpriced London, a stylish understated place with small but well-dressed guest quarters. — Star Service

Compact, but cosmopolitain rooms. Perfect access to Gatwick trains. — Not For Tourists

There's no doubt the London Bridge Hotel puts you right in the thick of things... Bedrooms are completely up to date and offer homelike comfort and plenty of amenities. — Frommer's

This contemporary, urban hotel near foodies’ paradise Borough Market has stylish executive rooms. — DK Eyewitness

Modern interior with classically decorated bedrooms and an impressive gym. — Michelin Guide

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from $185

Egerton House Hotel

Chelsea 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Rooms . . . are decked out with artwork by Picasso, Toulouse-Lautrec, and Matisse, and the hotel is within walking distance to Harrods and the Natural History Museum. — Condé Nast Traveler

The privately owned Egerton House opened in 1990 and is the true embodiment of the compact luxury townhouse hotel. — Gayot

This exquisite luxury boutique hotel with just 28 rooms offers the elegance of a different time in England's history. — Oyster

Compact but comfortable townhouse in a very good location. — Michelin Guide

The historic Egerton House Hotel is housed inside an 1843 building in the heart of London’s posh Knightsbridge district near Harrods and Harvey Nichols. — Travel + Leisure

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from $385

Hotel 41

Westminster 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Smart and discreet... Comfortable bedrooms boast fireplaces and plenty of extras. — Michelin Guide

A boutique hotel with the feel of a private club. Guests are assigned a personal butler for their stay. — DK Eyewitness

This hotel, situated in a lovely old town house opposite Buckingham Palace’s Royal Mews, almost feels like you’re staying in a private club. — Lonely Planet

It’s residents only at Hotel 41, giving this snug establishment the feel of an exclusive members’ club; it’s a real home away from home in the heart of the British capital — Forbes Travel Guide

It "feels like an exclusive British club" at this brick and limestone Georgian building that once housed debutantes attending parties at nearby Buckingham Palace. — Concierge

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from $524

The Soho Hotel

Soho 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Stylish and fashionable... with hi-tech extras. — Michelin Guide

Entering the Soho Hotel always gets our hearts racing... Tatler called it "the most glamorous hotel in the world". — Frommer's

At this redbrick, loftlike getaway, public rooms are boldly designed with bright colors and big artworks, while the large bedrooms are calmer. — Fodor's

One of London’s hippest hotels, the Soho has all the hallmarks of the eclectically chic duo Tim and Kit Kemp writ large over 91 individually designed guestrooms. — Lonely Planet

Think pink, embroidered armchairs and sofas dotted around the library, in-room retro Tivoli radios, and fine Frette Egyptian cotton sheets contrasted with snug woolen blankets. — Travel + Leisure

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from $363

COMO The Halkin

Belgravia 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Chic and understated boutique hotel in a tranquil Belgravia location near Hyde Park, galleries, shops and restaurants, and within walking distance of the famous Knightsbridge department stores. — Andrew Harper

With muted Asian influences, the chichi Halkin attracts business travellers of a minimalist bent. — Lonely Planet

Hidden at the end of a residential street in Belgravia, the Halkin is one of London's original boutique hotels. Grand yet intimate, its slick, restrained design, world class Thai... — Jetsetter

This place is perfect for those who wish to stay out of the limelight while enjoying exquisite tranquil rooms and fine service in a quiet location. — Star Service

One of the first designer hotels to spring up in London, The Halkin still comes as something of a surprise. — Gayot

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from $438

Hazlitt's

Soho 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Four Georgian townhouses comprise this absolutely charming place, named after William Hazlitt, the spirited 18th-century essayist who died here in abject poverty. — Time Out

Occupying a row of Georgian townhouses in Soho, this luxury boutique hotel recalls the private home of an 18th-century aristocrat – a mix of antiques, wood panelling and original fireplaces. — Zagat

Character, character, character. Some hotels don't have it, however hard they try, but Hazlitt's has it in spades. — Frommer's

Part of the considerable charm of Hazlitt's hotel is that, despite its central location, its success is based solely on word-of-mouth recommendations. — Mr & Mrs Smith

This stylish, 30-room hotel is located in London’s Soho district, in the heart of Theatreland, and just a short distance from Oxford Street, Covent Garden, and the world-class shopping on Bond Street. — Travel + Leisure

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from $256

Andaz London Liverpool Street

City of London 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Andaz Liverpool Street is a high-end hotel awash with Victorian elegance and chic 21st-century design. — Oyster

This pair of Victorian red-bricks used to be one of London's original railway hotels; now it's a five-star multifaceted network of buzzy bars, restaurants and rooms — The Telegraph

This magnificent 19th-century railroad hotel was formerly the Great Eastern Hotel. It is now a concept hotel with boutique-inspired credentials. — DK Eyewitness

This is the London flagship for Hyatt's sophisticated Andaz chain. — Lonely Planet

With its 19th century red brick Victorian exterior, this financial district hotel was one of the original London railway hotels. — Travel + Leisure

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from $243

Apex City of London Hotel

City of London 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

An excellent contemporary boutique brand from Scotland that appeals to high standards for space and style, Apex is a friendly and peaceful urban retreat that actually looks like its pictures. — Frommer's

The Apex City of London Hotel is a contemporary, mid-size chain property located in London's financial district. — Oyster

Located near Tower Bridge, the business district, and within walking distance of two underground stations—Tower Hill and Aldgate—the Apex caters to business and leisure travelers. — Travel + Leisure

Business-focussed but close enough to the Tower to hear the heads roll, the Apex offers particularly enticing weekend rates, a gym, huge TVs, free wi-fi and a rubber ducky in every room. — Lonely Planet

Sleek, minimalist design distinguishes this City business hotel, where striking black-and-white photos of local landmarks add visual interest throughout. — Zagat

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from $161

Town Hall Hotel

London 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Few London hotels keep the original style of their old buildings, but Bethnal Green's Town Hall has retained the character and grandeur of its Edwardian origins. — Gayot

Furnishings are spare and clean-lined, a mixture of Midcentury reissues and new pieces designed by Rare principal Michel da Costa Gonçalves. — Travel + Leisure

Hip heritage hotel in London's East End with apartment-style rooms, a speakeasy bar and a basement pool. — Jetsetter

A refreshingly succinct menu that's a solid testament to his flair for thoroughly crowd-pleasing dishes. Innovative concoctions include crispy fish skin with smoked cod and dill. — Wallpaper

Marble floors and columns in the entranceway are traditional, but the furniture that stands atop it is decidedly modern and functional. — Star Service

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from $188

The Chesterfield Mayfair

Mayfair 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Only in super-expensive Mayfair could the Chesterfield be considered a bargain, but it serves up that ritzy grand hotel feeling... still sports venerable features that evoke an air of nobility. — Frommer's

This boutique property near Green Park brings to the table two important features hard to come by at many grand London hotels: personalized service and an intimate setting. — Travel + Leisure

This upscale Mayfair option offers individually decorated rooms and suites featuring elegant details such as rich fabrics and patterned wallpaper. — Zagat

With a thorough refurbishment, The Chesterfield was brought up to the standards one would expect from such an excellent address. — Gayot

Just a block west of Berkeley Sq, the 108-room Chesterfield comprises five floors of refinement and lustre hidden behind a fairly plain Georgian facade. — Lonely Planet

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from $330

40 Winks

London 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Short on space but not on style, this two-room boutique guesthouse in less-than-desirable Stepney Green oozes charm. — Lonely Planet

Interior designer David Carter invites you into his home. — Not For Tourists

With just two guestrooms, this 1717 Queen Anne townhouse is a stylish if unconventional East London option from interior designer David Carter, its owner and resident host. — Zagat

Dolce & Gabbana often uses the 18th-century town house turned design studio as a set for photo shoots. — Travel + Leisure

If you want your stay to feel like a piece of period drama, we have the hotel for you... A romantic, eclectic dressing-up box. — Frommer's

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