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Millennium Hotels in London

Looking for somewhere swanky to stay? Millennium Hotels have got you covered

By Time Out in association with Millennium Hotels Group
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With swish spots in Knightsbridge, Chelsea, Mayfair and Kensington, Millennium Hotels have got swanky London postcodes pretty much covered. So whether you're looking to shop in style, dine at some of the capital's best restaurants, visit world-class museums or just immerse yourself in some of London's finest neighbourhoods, a stay at one of these very impressive hotels should stand you in good stead. And if you've worn yourself out with all the exploring? We've put together a list of hotels' restaurants and bars too, so you don't even have to leave your very fine new temporary home. 

Millennium Hotels in London

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The Chelsea Harbour Hotel

Hotels Luxury hotels Chelsea

A five-star hotel right on, yep, Chelsea Harbour. That means you can grab some great views of the marina – as well as the spendy-looking boats bobbing up and down as they wait to hit the waves.

Millennium Hotel restaurants

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Marco Grill

Restaurants Steakhouse Chelsea

This upmarket grill is from Marco Pierre White's stable of UK steakhouses. It's located within the Chelsea Football Club Complex at Stamford Bridge.

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Humphreys Bar

Bars and pubs Cocktail bars Earl’s Court

Expect classic concoctions and more at this cocktail bar at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel.

Bombay Brasserie

Restaurants Indian Gloucester Road

One of the world's most acclaimed Indian restaurant serving authentic regional cuisine in a sophisticated Raj-style splendour.

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