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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
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
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
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
Soho House group has finally gone and done it and we thank them. The group behind two transatlantic Soho Houses and Shoreditch House has just opened a hotel in London, and it rocks. Over and above... read more
Georgian exterior, nightclub interior. In the lobby, glittery silvers and flamboyant pinks. In each of the 30 guest rooms, in-room Wii consoles. (Upgrade to the suite with a circular bed under... read more
InterContinental Hotels Group brings to London a new dimension for the often clichéd boutique hotel genre. Hotel Indigo somehow cleverly manages savvy mix between big hotel group reputation ... read more
From the promise to regenerate the King's Cross area has sprung the latest concept hotel: 'A little bit of luxury in a rough part of London. A little bit of rough in a luxurious London.' Roug... read more
Walk in, greet your host (there's no front desk), then pick a loaner iPod by the archetype that suits you, including banker, lawyer, fashion designer, and the Madonna-heavy "hairdresser" edition. S... read more
How could you not be tempted by delightful grade II listed Georgian townhouse hotel five ticks away from Bond street ? Far enough to escape hustle and bustle of Oxford street, but close enough for ... read more
Far from the Soho madness, 4-star boutique hotel gem in attractive restored Victorian townhouse near Earl's Court, without boutique price tag. Prized for tasteful décor, good locat... read more
Ian Schrager and Philippe Starck confection in a landmark building. The 91 rooms have Louis XIV-inspired furniture and no internal walls (i.e., the loos are see-through). Lovely model-types fr... read more
Located in Seven Dials, a two-block, low-rise slice of the Village in London, with renowned café Monmouth down the block and erotic shop Coco de Mer across the street. Terra-cotta stone... read more
Loaded, rich, whatever you call them, they call on Shoreditch for a don't-have-to-leave locale satisfying every possible need (and then some). Six floors of sensationally spoiled digs, all equal in... 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
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'...