Whether you're doing a spot of shopping, shacking up in a trendy London hotel or simply roaming around a museum you've never explored before, you'll find that wherever you go in London, there are some pretty groovy, sexy and spectacular staircases hiding behind those dreamy Georgian and Victorian facades. From eighteenth-century neo-gothic swag in King's Cross to the ultimate in symmetry porn at The Ritz, grab a camera, set your best filter and snap your way through these dazzling architectural beauties.
1. The Nelson Stair, Somerset House
2. The Ritz, London
3. Henrietta Place Car Park, Welbeck Street
4. Saw Swee Hock Student Centre, London School of Economics
5. Heal's & Son Department Store
6. The Dean's Staircase, St. Paul's Cathedral
7. The Grand Staircase, St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel
8. Allies and Morrison Studio, Southwark Street
9. Bevin Court Staircase, King's Cross
10. Premier Inn Hotel, Blackfriars
11. The Grand Staircase, The Wallace Collection
13. The Tulip Staircase, The Queen's House, Greenwich
14. CitizenM London Bankside Hotel
15. Donmar Warehouse, Earlham Street
16. The Courtauld Gallery
17. The Miles Stair, Somerset House
18. Fortnum & Mason
19. The Metallic Organ, The Wellcome Collection
20. The Stamp Stairs, Somerset House
21. The Monument
22. Norman Foster Staircase, The London School of Economics Library
23. The Glimpse Staircase, Tate Britain
24. City Hall
25. One New Change, St. Paul's
Have you spotted any more sexy London staircases? Let us know in the comments.
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