Luxury hotels

Café Royal Hotel

Luxury and high society grandeur at this legendary place by Piccadilly Circus, with Soho on your doorstep.

Bulgari Hotel

Class without crass from the luxury jeweller opposite Hyde Park and in striking distance of Harrods and Sloane Street’s designer shops.

45 Park Lane

More Mad Men than traditional Mayfair luxe, cool, contemporary style at The Dorchester’s new sister hotel.

St Pancras Renaissance Hotel

One of London’s most beautiful Gothic buildings gets back on track with a railway revamp the Victorians would’ve been proud of.

Corinthia Hotel London

Inspired by Britain’s colonial and funded by Libyan money. ‘The 21st Century Grand Hotel’ is only a hop and skip away from Trafalgar Square.

Four Seasons London at Park Lane

Two years and £125 million of renovations later, this classy lady is finally ready to re-open her doors and ruffle some feathers on the luxe Park Lane hotel strip.

The Savoy

One incredibly expensive makeover later, London’s most iconic luxury hotel re-opens to usher in a brand new golden age of grandeur.

The Connaught

In the heart of Mayfair, not for paupers or the fair of pocket. If ever a hotel had a royal pedigree, this is it.

The Berkeley

Luxury with a pool-side view. Chic, timeless interiors and proper, old-fashioned hospitality at one of the most expensive addresses in London.

The Dorchester

Lifestyles of the rich and the famous. Massive art-deco style suites facing either Park Lane or the hotel’s own landscaped terraces.

The Met

Armani-clad trend-setters. Best known for its members bar but also one of London’s most consistently stylish hotels on super swanky Old Park Lane.

The Halkin

A slice of oriental zen down a quiet side street off Belgravia, but close enough to luxury Sloane shopping and Hyde Park life.

Andaz Liverpool Street

Luxury accommodation in The City with hip connections. Five restaurants and five bars to choose from and so close to Shoreditch and the West End.

London Hotels - on a map

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