10Best London, England Hotels
BelgravesHotel combines the best of Brooklyn chic and contemporary design with British nostalgia. Socialite designer Tara Bernerd likes to scatter cool union jack cushions around her interiors, and British chef Mark Hix cranks up the British quotient too; this place is the perfect mix of both sides of the Atlantic.
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New & Notable London Hotels
Hot, new hotels in London & notable places to stay this month.
The Great Northern Hotel in London first opened its doors to guests in 1854, and attracted much attention during the heyday of railway travel. The hotel was one of the best and most beautiful the capital had to offer. Now, it's opened once again to thunderous applause and wowed audiences, providing a homey stay just behind King's Cross Station. Read more »All New & Notable London Hotels »
London's Grosvenor House Hotel, owned by the Marriott Hotel chain has created a nursery suite within its hotel, the first of its kind in London. The suite has been created in conjunction with Dragons of Walton Street, purveyors of nursery furniture to the British Royal Family. The hotel says the suite was created "with the royal baby in mind" and for anyone wanting to travel to London with a small child and watch history. Read more »All New & Notable London Hotels »
About London, England Hotels
London offers some of the most varied hotels in the world, from great big old style mega palaces, to tiny little bijoux offerings. Many are owned by some of the world's most famous chains, and others have bags of originality, as you'd expect from one of the most quirky cities in the world. It is also the city which can claim to have created hotels. Like all luxury hotels, many of London's best, have great concierge facilities on offer, not just making sure you are comfortable within the hotel, but planning whole itineraries to suit you, your partner, and children too. Some will even offer film courses for children, trips to the zoo, and fun museums, whilst you soak up a different part of town. The new fashion for celebrity chefs and designers has meant that many hotels now have great restaurants and bars too, so even if you can't afford to stay there, you might want to pop in for a quick visit and a drink or a nibble, just to get the atmosphere of the place before dashing back out to enjoy the city.
- London Expert Emma Wallis