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Expect more than chocolates on your pillow at this hotel in one of London's most upscale and trendy locales. Both contemporary and intimate, Park Lane boasts a spa, gym, beauty salon and florist on... read more
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. Rooms and suites are... read more
Outfitted with the largest gym in Europe, all-over design by Philippe Starck, a 1,000-square-foot penthouse, and a restaurant by world-renowned chef Jeffrey Chodorow, St Martins Lane is pretty much... read more
Situated in quiet, leafy Chiswick, around half an hour out of central London, High Road House is a glamorous outpost of the achingly cool Soho House. It’s every bit as gorgeous as its counter... read more
Look no further than the Rockwell if you are seeking out cozy lux hotel for your stay in London. This beautifully renovated Victorian townhouse hotel seems somewhat out of place on gritty Cromwell ... read more
Kensington’s Baglioni Hotel, housed in a beautiful Georgian building overlooking Hyde Park, is where a tanned, Bulgari-dripping clientele park Vuitton travel cases amid cascading water featur... read more
Perhaps the shining light in the impressive Firmdale Hotels portfolio, the Haymarket is a sophisticated take on the idea that your hotel should be a visual experience as well as somewhere to rest y... read more
Situated at the point where Oxford Street meets Marble Arch, the Metropolitan is a haven of Zen-like calm amongst the scruffy souvenir shops and bargain fashion stores of W1. With a well-deserved r... read more
‘The most glamorous hotel in the world,’ according to Tatler magazine, the Soho Hotel certainly isn’t backward about coming forward. Enter its twinkling porch, just off Wardour St... read more
Spread across three 18th-century houses, Hazlitt’s – named after the essayist who once lived there – is a favourite of JK Rowling. You can see why. With its creaky stairs, listing... read more
Blending the buzzy atmosphere of a turn-of-the-century gentlemen’ club with the mahogany-and-velvet decadence of an English stately home, the Gore is everything an Anglophile visitor could wa... read more
At the forefront of this former factory district’s recent renaissance, the Zetter has fast become a design classic. From the joyous pink chandelier in the lobby to the orange blankets in the ... read more
Each of the 50 rooms at world-renowned designer Anouska Hempel’s South Kensington hotel have been inspired by exotic lands, allowing you to choose between, say, sensuous four-posters set agai... read more
Situated in village-like Richmond, right at London’s far southwest corner, the Bingham is an elegant, design-conscious retreat from the hubbub of the city. When the gorgeous views of the Rive... read more
Yes you heard right, May Fair Hotel bar does some of the best mojito's in town served up by mixologist Marios Ellas. And yes, this hotel is rather fabulous. Apart from being chosen as the official ... read more
Clearly one for those in search of hotels with years of history packed into every brick, and top quality service to boot. With it's recent successful refurb, The Langham has suddenly become much m... read more
A prestigious Mayfair base from which to enjoy central London, theatre land, and visit all your favourite luxury brands. It is Bond Street's only hotel, and the management likes to believe it ... read more
Unmissable Mayfair 5* luxury landmark celebrating London's capacity to adapt to evolving styles and times. Quintessential English assemblage of heyday chic and opulence combined with... read more
Once the playground of everyone from Jayne Mansfield to Sean Conner...
From Rainer Becker and Arjun Waney (whose Zuma is beloved of Kate, ...
A glorious riot of Victorian camp staff are decked in 19th Century ...
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'...