In the mood for love - Romantic hideaway hotels in London

Rekindle your love life with a trip to a romantic hotel in London. Couples benefit from romantic amenities and special rates at romantic hotels such as the The Ritz London. London offers some of the most romantic hotels in the UK.  So, take the time to enjoy each others' company and pamper your loved one with a relaxing stay at a romantic getaway hotel. At the Bulgari hotel, the brand's history as a jeweler and silversmith is woven throughout the design, and mixed with English style in their London hub. That gives you the perfect film star luxury, history and heritage to create the stage set for your romance. Most of the other hotels also do a similar thing in their own way. They might not all have the film star associations that Bulgari has with Elizabeth Taylor but each hotel in their own way can create the power and perfect setting for your own personal romance. Be it a love of history, shopping, heritage, excitement, quirky ideas, crazy nose to tail eating, or Great British food, each hotel will offer something special to rekindle all those beautiful feelings of love and romance and excitement and help you discover your own personal truth. 

Hazlitt's is full of character, and is so sought after, it doesn't even need to advertise. Its success is based on word of mouth alone. Dark walled bedrooms give it a great Gothic feel but luxury is not spared here either. The hotel gets its...  Read More

St John Hotel is full of the quirky eccentricity of one of its owners, chef Fergus Henderson. His campaign for 'nose-to-tail' eating means that you get to try lots of new things in his restaurant; squeamish people, and vegetarians, look away...  Read More

Belgraves A Thompson Hotel
Photo courtesy of Thompson Belgraves

Belgraves brings a little bit of Brooklyn to Belgravia. That's a lot of the letter B, but just one more needs to be added, BOUTIQUE. If you want to still pretend you're in New York, with cool contemporary fixtures and fittings, and super...  Read More

Blakes Hotel
Photo courtesy of Blakes Hotel

Blake's is boutique London at its international best. Redesigned by Anouska Hempel, this little gem takes you on a journey through India, Thailand, China, Indonesia, Egypt, and Italy. Decadence, abundance, dark mysteries and beautiful silks...  Read More

The Zetter Hotel and Townhouse is great. Even if you don't need to stay here, there's great service and a wonderful atmosphere in the great bar, which is like a Georgian or Victorian gentleman's own private club. Mismatched comfy sofas and...  Read More


Luxury for the fashionable Lady or Gentleman. Timeless, yet contemporary, the Halkin promises style aplenty. There's even a 'couture chocolate afternoon tea' to enjoy should you so wish to partake of English culture with a modern twist. The...  Read More

The Covent Garden Hotel works hard at its boutique flavour. Dressmaker models are signature design additions in every room, along with paisley and sumptuous fabrics, this hotel works hard to create a homely atmosphere and a haven from the busy...  Read More


Enjoy a touch of royal association if you choose to stay at Hotel 41. It's located just behind Buckingham Palace, residence of Queen Elizabeth II herself, and opposite the Royal Mews. You can walk through many of London's beautiful parks if...  Read More

The Bulgari hotel opened up in 2012 and says that it provides a haven of calm right near the shops and busyness of some of London's most exclusive areas. The 85 rooms are light filled and beautiful, you enter a slick black marble lobby, and are...  Read More

St. James's

The Ritz is synonomous with luxury, elegance and expensive living. Tea at the Ritz with its elegant cake stands, crackling fire, posh china and tinkling chatter is a go to place for many Londoners and those from further afield, even if they're...  Read More


Meet Emma Wallis

London gives Emma a warm fuzzy feeling every time she gets back to her home city. As a writer and broadcaster she travels extensively round Europe and the world, but is always happy to return to...  More About Emma

comments powered by Disqus

Build your own lists that you can easily reference or share stories with your friends.

Login ×

Forgot login/password?
Don't have an account? Create Your Account!

Enter your username or email in the box below and click
"Remind Me".

Remind Me ×
Create Account ×
Create Account ×

Already have an account?

Add to List ×
Save ×

Go to Lists Close Window ×