The Savoy is one of the most famous and historic hotels in all of London. Since its opening in 1889, it has been a temporary home to all kinds of stars from Laurence Olivier to The Beatles. Winston Churchill and his cabinet were frequently spotted in the dining room as well. The luxurious rooms combine the most modern amenities with classic, beautiful touches like murano glass chandeliers and marble floors. Every room has its own special, personalized touch, so no two are the same. For the finest hotel with the finest history, The Savoy will not disappoint.
Located on the fringes of Hyde Park, this accommodation facility by the Dorchester Collection is a trove of luxury for the business or leisure traveler. Named after the street it is located on, 45 Park Lane brings together art and comfort in its elegantly designed interiors. Featurinf Art Deco style, the entire hotel was designed by Thierry Despont, a renowned interior designer from New York. The 45 rooms and suites of this hotel are spacious and offer panoramic views of Hyde Park. Relish delicious haute cuisine at the CUT at 45 Park Lane restaurant, or unwind at Bar 45, both which are located on site.
In the midst of the bustling High Street Kensington, and directly opposite Kensington Palace, lies the Milestone Hotel. Dating from the 1880s, it consists of a luxurious collection of two bedroom apartments, luxury rooms and suites, all individually designed. Whether you opt for the traditional Princess or the Safari suite, you will find yourself in elegant surroundings that also incorporate high-tech gadgetry and unparalleled service. The Milestone Hotel will pamper you with their 24/7 butler service and hospitality, making you feel like royalty. Indulge yourself in this romantic getaway with spa treatments or explore the city in a chauffeured Bentley. Kids and pets will feel special here as the hotel is tailored to suit their needs. Expect only the best at the Milestone!
The Connaught has preserved its air of Edwardian beauty to create a feeling akin to staying in a palatial country house. Decorated with hand-tufted carpets and fine antiques, this is a hotel steeped in elegance, but one that effortlessly incorporates all the trappings of the modern world. The mahogany staircase, original oil paintings, and hand-made furniture blend effortlessly alongside the new fitness studio. All the rooms have been individually decorated in an English country style. The Connaught's premier attraction, however, remains its Michelin-starred restaurant.
Hazlitt's Hotel is an old-fashioned, friendly and cozy hotel set in the center of London. It is named after the 18th-Century essayist William Hazlitt, who used to live here. It is situated in three of a row of Georgian houses on a quiet road not far from Oxford Street. The 30 elegant rooms have paneled walls and old-style furnishings. They pride themselves on the quality of the care they provide and have 24-hour room service. Due to its popularity, its business comes from word-of-mouth recommendations, so you are unlikely to see an advert for it.
Situated close to Hyde Park, this elegant Georgian house provides the perfect setting for a sophisticated stay at very affordable prices. This bed and breakfast is excellent value and the service is second to none. There is also the option of a 'Room to Rest' which means that you only pay for a room for a few hours should you just need somewhere to have a shower and freshen up. Another bonus is a reduced rate for guests who have to check in late in the evening and leave early in the morning.