The Nadler concept offers sleek, well-appointed and reasonably priced rooms in shades of cream and caramel with faux fur throws and Gilchrist & Soames toiletries. But it eschews usual hotel facilities like restaurants, bars and gyms, instead providing each room with a mini-kitchen, plus Fairtrade tea and coffee, and a Nespresso machine. Food can be delivered from nearby restaurants with no hotel mark-up, there are exclusive offers at local bars and restaurants, as well as an on-screen guest directory lists restaurants and takeaways. So night's in are sorted. You'll be in the heart of London here though, so you might want to get exploring. There's a 24-hour front desk, so don't worry about getting lost into the early hours.
Home to the Houses of Parliament (aka the Palace of Westminster), Whitehall ministries and Downing Street, as well as the eponymous Abbey, Westminster is an area of gravitas and government. Some of the best hotels in Westminster are housed in former government buildings, others in grand former banks or offices.
Top Indian restaurant Cinnamon Club – a favourite with MPs – is in a Victorian former library. At Trafalgar Square, you’ll find Nelson’s Column and the National Gallery, and between the Mall and Piccadilly is the genteel St James’s area, with upscale menswear in Jermyn Street and leafy St James’s Park. You can't go wrong with a stay in this popular area of the capital, you simply need to pick your poison. To get you started, we've pulled together for your viewing pleasure our favourite hotels in Westminster. Whether you're looking for grand former mansions, or quaint luxurious spaces, you'll be sure to find something here.
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