Hotels in London

Your critical guide to the best hotels and B&Bs in London

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Hotels in Covent Garden

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Romantic hotels in London

Woo your beloved with a night at one of these suitably impressive hotels

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Popular hotels in London

The Lanesborough

This 5-star hotel is in London's Knightsbridge and looks out over Hyde Park. It has air-conditioned luxury rooms and offers a personal butler service, free Wi-Fi and free use of a laptop.The Lanesborough’s traditional rooms mix 19th-century style with modern luxury. Many also have scenic views over Hyde Park.Apsleys, a Heinz Beck Restaurant, has a Michelin Star for its seasonal Italian cuisine. The Library Bar has a real open fire, and offers a range of cocktails and cognacs.The Lanesborough has also been awarded Best Afternoon Tea in London by the UK Tea Council. Guests can also enjoy homemade scones and jams, and thick clotted cream.The hotel offers free on-demand movies, a change of clothing pressed on arrival, free tea/coffee on arrival, and free daily fresh fruit and mineral water.There is also a fitness room, and a unique smoking lounge with an impressive luxury cigar collection.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars
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Garret

This idiosyncratic attic apartment is an absolute treat. High above the Troubadour, a 1960s counter-culture café that still hosts poetry and music events, it’s unjustly named: yes, the rooms are in the attic and have charming pitched roofs, but there are acres of space for two – and even enough for a small family, if the kids sleep on the pull-out sofa in the lounge-kitchen. The huge, high main bed lies under a skylight and there’s a writing desk, but any thought of poetic torment is banished by the well-executed Arts & Crafts decor and fully equipped kitchen area, right down to the cafetière and wines.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars
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Bingham

Quality boutique hotel, destination restaurant (under Shay Cooper’s award-winning supervision) and sun-filled cocktail bar in one, the Bingham makes excellent use of its superb riverside location by Richmond Bridge. Six of its individually styled and high-ceilinged rooms overlook the Thames; all of them are named after a poet, in honour of the Bingham’s artistic past (lesbian aunt-and-niece couple Katherine Harris Bradley and Edith Emma Cooper lived here in the 1890s, regularly hosting members of the Aesthetic Movement while they were in residence). Each room accommodates an ample bathtub and shower, art deco touches to the furnishings and irresistibly fluffy duck-and-goose feather duvets. Run by the Trinder family for the last 25 years, the Bingham manages to feel both grand and boutique. A treat.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars
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Haymarket Hotel

A terrific addition to Kit Kemp’s Firmdale portfolio, this block-size building (a private townhouse within the hotel can be rented) was designed by John Nash, the architect of Regency London. The public spaces are a delight, with Kemp’s trademark combination of contemporary arty surprises (a giant light-bulb affair over the library’s chessboard, a gothic little paper-cut of layered skulls above the tray of free afternoon canapés) and impossible-to-leave, bright, plump, floral sofas. Wow-factors include the surprisingly bling basement swimming pool and bar (shiny sofas, twinkly roof) and the couldn’t-be-more central location. Rooms are generously sized (as are bathrooms), individually decorated and discreetly stuffed with facilities, and there’s plenty of attention from the switched-on staff. The street-side bar and restaurant are top-notch, the breakfast exquisite.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars
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Connaught

This isn’t the only hotel in London to provide butlers, but there can’t be many that offer ‘a secured gun cabinet room’ for hunting season. This is traditional British hospitality for those who love 23-carat gold leaf trimmings and stern portraits in the halls, but all mod cons in their room, down to flatscreens in the en suite. Too lazy to polish your own shoes? The butlers are trained in shoe care by the expert cobblers at John Lobb. Both of the bars – gentleman’s club cosy Coburg and cruiseship deco Connaught – and the Hélène Darroze restaurant are very impressive. In the new wing, which doubled the number of guestrooms, there’s a swanky spa and 60sq m swimming pool.

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ME London

Set on the Strand overlooking impressive Somerset House, this elegant hotel is set 2 minutes’ walk from the River Thames. It offers a rooftop bar, superb views of London and 2 chic restaurants.With interiors designed by Lord Norman Foster’s Foster + Partners, rooms at ME London have floor-to-ceiling windows with impressive views, integrated media hubs and LCD TVs. En suite bathrooms include a rain shower.ME London’s STK London Steakhouse offers an in-house DJ, while the Cucina Asselina serves authentic Tuscan cuisine. You can relax in the ultra-modern Marconi Lounge Bar which offers smoothies, pastries and coffees, or enjoy an innovative cocktail on the rooftop Radio terrace bar.ME London offers a personalised service to guests and can offer tailored tourist information and reserve tickets for events and attractions.The hotel is 5 minutes’ walk from Covent Garden and the bright lights of the West End. Trafalgar Square is 10 minutes’ walk away and Temple Tube Station is 5 minutes away by foot.

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The Ampersand Hotel

With its own Mediterranean restaurant and just a minute’s walk from South Kensington Underground Station, The Ampersand is a cosmopolitan hotel set in a large Victorian building. The hotel also has a gym and games room.The pillared foyer has a grand staircase lit by an elegant cascading chandelier. The downstairs bar area gives a sophisticated urban feel with its exposed brick arches, and a patisserie menu is available in the hotel’s drawing rooms.Bedrooms at The Ampersand are individually decorated with bold contemporary wallpaper designs and original Victorian features. Each room has a minibar, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, and an en suite bathroom.As well as the hotel’s well-equipped gym, guests will have access to information regarding horse riding, private trainers and running routes. Table tennis is available in The Games Room.Within 2 minutes’ walk of the Natural History Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum, Harrods and Hyde Park are just 15 minutes away by foot.

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Town Hall Hotel & Apartments

In London’s vibrant East End, 5-star Town Hall Hotel & Apartments feature a swimming pool, free Wi-Fi and fitness equipment.Bethnal Green Tube Station is just a 5-minute walk away.Town Hall offers a range of spacious serviced apartments, stylish hotel bedrooms and spectacular suites. Apartment features include modern lounge areas, DVD players and satellite TV.Viajante restaurant by Chef Nuno Mendes, awarded a Michelin Star, offers fine dining, with The Corner Room bistro serving his brasserie style food. Enjoy classic or contemporary beverages at the chic cocktail bar at Town Hall Hotel.City airport can be reached in 20 minutes by car, and the famous attractions surrounding Westminster are just a 20-minute Tube journey away.

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Belgraves- A Thompson Hotel

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  • 1 out of 5 stars
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