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6 best luxury hotels in London

1. The Savoy London

The Savoy London

Originally opened in 1889, the world-famous Savoy Hotel is situated on the banks of the Thames and less than 5 minutes' walk from The British Museum and The Royal Opera House. The hotel was once visited by the likes of Sir Winston Churchill, Frank Sinatra and Katherine Hepburn. Perfectly situated in heart of the exciting city of London, The Savoy is only 5 minutes’ walk from Covent Garden, the hotel is just 20 minutes’ journey by public transport from the ultimate designer shopping destinations of Knightsbridge and Mayfair. With elegant marble bathrooms, The Savoy’s 195 guest rooms and 73 suites are decorated in either Edwardian or Art Deco style, blending comfort and elegance with discreet technology. Many rooms afford breath-taking views over the River Thames. At The Savoy you will find some of the London’s best-known restaurants and bars. British institution Simpson’s-In-The-Strand, Gordon Ramsay’s Savoy Grill and The River Restaurant, serving UK’s finest shellfish and seafood. Take Afternoon Tea in the Thames Foyer, then move to the American Bar (widely regarded as one of the world’s best hotel bars) for a classic cocktail, or enjoy a character cocktail in the theatrical Beaufort Bar.

2. Rosewood London

Rosewood London

Rosewood London offers elegant London accommodation on High Holborn. Just a 5-minute walk from Covent Garden and Oxford Street, its spacious designer rooms feature bespoke furnishings and Italian marble bathrooms, and Rosewood’s spa, sauna and glamorous restaurant are also on-site. The air-conditioned rooms each have classic décor and a luxurious marble bathroom. Each room includes an iPod/iPhone docking station, a 46-inch flat-screen TV, a cordless telephone, a Nespresso coffee machine, a minibar and a dining area. Start the day in the Holborn dining room with an a la carte breakfast, including continental, healthy and traditional English breakfast choices. The striking Mirror Room restaurant is open from morning until evening with an elegant all-day dining menu.

3. The Ritz London

The Ritz London

Overlooking London’s Green Park is the world-famous The Ritz London. This stunning Neoclassical building offers the height of opulence with luxurious bedrooms, exquisite British cuisine, and classic afternoon teas. Bedrooms at The Ritz London combine stunning period architecture and antique furnishings with modern amenities. Decorated in warm colours, they feature high ceilings, ornate fireplaces and chandeliers. Rooms are air-conditioned and feature iPod docks and elegant bathrooms with designer toiletries. There is complimentary WiFi throughout the hotel. The Michelin star Ritz Restaurant looks out over the gardens. It uses the finest of ingredients in cuisine that is classically British with a modern twist. The Rivoli Bar has an Art Deco style with gold leaf decoration. The Ritz Club London is close to many theatres of the West End.

4. Mandarin Oriental London

Mandarin Oriental London

Featuring a two Michelin star restaurant and a stunning spa, the luxury Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London overlooks Hyde Park and Knightsbridge. Knightsbridge Tube Station is a 2-minute walk away. With 13 treatment rooms, the spa and wellness centre has a state-of-the-art gym and a 50 feet swimming pool. The elegant rooms and suites at the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London include a TV and DVD player and are individually decorated with a marble en-suite bathroom. Guests can enjoy acclaimed British dishes at the two-Michelin starred restaurant by Heston Blumenthal, and Japanese cocktails and cuisine in their newly opened Japanese izakaya The Aubrey. Award winning afternoon tea is served in The Rosebery Cocktails are available from the contemporary Mandarin Bar. Knightsbridge Tube Station is a 2-minute walk away and the hotel is adjacent to the 350-acre Hyde Park, the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London is within a 5-minute walk of Sloane Street, Harrods, and Harvey Nichols. The Royal Albert Hall is 15 minutes’ stroll away and South Kensington’s famous museums are also nearby.

5. Four Seasons London at Park Lane

Four Seasons London at Park Lane

Located in the centre of London, between Hyde Park and Buckingham Palace Gardens, this Park Lane hotel boasts stunning city views. There is free WiFi throughout. London Victoria Train Station is a 15-minute walk from the hotel and Westminster Abbey is 1.2 miles away. Rooms at Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane have an elegant design. Many have picturesque views, and all benefit from a contemporary bathroom and a TV. Also featured are bathrobes, a hairdryer and a minibar. Some of the rooms have a writing desk and a seating area. On-site there is a spa/wellness centre offering a sauna and treatments. There is also a fitness centre. The hotel’s Amaranto restaurant, lounge and bar serves an Italian-inspired menu – with in-room dining also possible in the comfort of your own private space. Guests can enjoy delicious breakfasts, lunch, evening meals and afternoon tea.

6. The Connaught

The Connaught

Located in the exclusive Mayfair area of London, the Connaught offers on-site Michelin-starred dining, a holistic spa and 2 chic bars. From arrival, guests receive bespoke butler and concierge services at the elegant Connaught. This famous London hotel has beautiful and unique bedrooms, each with a king-size bed, mood lighting, a 32-inch plasma TV and original artwork. The marble bathrooms boast a plasma TV and walk-in shower. The cuisine at Hélène Darroze at The Connaught, inspired by the regional flavours of Hélène’s native France, has won 3 AA Rosettes and 2 Michelin Stars. Connaught Bar and Coburg Bar both surround guests with stylish décor and serve mouth-watering cocktails and fine wines. Completing the luxury experience, Aman Spa offers calming treatments and healing therapies drawn from the traditions of China, Thailand, India and the Americas.

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