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Drawing on the sort of minimalist but warmly inviting sexiness of Shanghai sister hotel The Waterhouse, it's all muted greys, oak parquet flooring, copper pendant lamps, and lots of white, and whit... read more
Classic marker of the grand 19th Century transport boom, it was London's first (1854) railway lodging. Its 2013 Grand Reopening is the result of a £40 million renovation. It's all t... read more
Behind a glorious red brick Victorian facade, on a leafy East London square, "The Mal" is all plush styling and moody lighting. Updating French Empire style, it's all purples, burgundys, high backe... read more
Legendary cafe fashioned into luxury boutique hotel. Once the haunt of everyone from Oscar Wilde to Cary Grant to David Bowie, this Regent Street gem has retained its stunning facade, its baroque d... read more
The implied frisson of parliamentary intrigue at the Intercontinental Westminster hotel--just a short saunter from MP HQ and the Ministry of Justice--easily bests all the chi-chi spa offerings or e... read more
With openings in Madrid and Barcelona, the ME by Melia imprint is making a sweep across Europe. Here comes the London version. Situated in West End, this hotel is built around an 11-story atrium an... read more
From the conspirators behind the late Great Eastern Hotel (now an Andaz), South Place Hotel is set to be a magnet for East London's most unfailingly hip. The first hotel from the D&D hospitalit... read more
This understatedly stylish luxury boutique hotel is charmingly nestled along a row of Victorian townhouses at the edge of Hyde Park; though, as a member of the venerated Design Hotels group, it's r... read more
Pop-up hotel built in homage to the fictional Congo steamboat in Joseph Conrad's "Heart of Darkness." The one-bedroom structure floats on the rooftop edge of the Southbank Centre arts complex on th... read more
Just renovated, this townhouse in Marylebone, the first property from the folks behind Firmdale Hotels (the Haymarket Hotel, the Crosby Street Hotel, etc.), is now stocked with 38 rooms inspired by... read more
With 85 of the largest rooms in London and spa, gym, and private screening room amenities, this Knightsbridge hotel is one of the city's most luxury offerings. Like the rest of the Bulgari properti... read more
Preview: With Jason Pomeranc’s Thompson brand having conquered virtually every corner of America, London seemed truly inevitable for one of the prime purveyors of post-Millennial chic. Their ... read more
Apple acolytes and Kindle cradlers make a USBeeline to this stylish yet affordable hotel connected to the weirdly capitalized ExCeL International Exhibition and Convention Centre. Contact-averse tr... read more
Newly minted Mercer Street Hotel has been the beneficiary of a sexified makeover, outfitted with swish, color-conscious rooms that boast Apple TVs. It's one of London's most gloriously located hote... read more
London's former Playboy Club, the space has now given over to less, shall we say, salacious pleasures. This swish new Mayfair destination boasts the stylistic acumen of star designer Thierry W.Desp... read more
The 39-room Eccleston is one chic scene. Interiors are done up with gorgeous silk-adorned walls and herringbone-patterned wood floors, and there's even a fireside tea service. it's also a technolog... read more
The plushest ale factory you'll ever sleep in, thanks to an ace cosmetic surgery job on the Whitbread & Co. Brewery. This heritage-listed building is five-minute black cab ride from City Airpor... read more
This wonder of 19th-century Gothic revivalism is born again amidst a fever for olde English history (The Tudors, Camelot). Its Castlevania chic--which has served as a backdrop for the Harry Potter ... read more
With its sleek, translucent design that regularly changes color, W Hotels’ ten-storey inaugural British establishment looms over the shabby delights of Chinatown like a futuristic spacebase. ... read more
Drawing on the sort of minimalist but warmly inviting sexiness of S...
Lorded over by former chef of The Ivy and Soho House Alan Bird, it'...
Classic marker of the grand 19th Century transport boom, it was Lon...
Behind a glorious red brick Victorian facade, on a leafy East Londo...
Installed below three old brick Shoreditch railway arches, which le...