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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.
Ever since the grand opening of this world-famous hotel in 1906, the Ritz has been a magnet for the rich and famous. It is strategically located in the heart of St. James's, overlooking Green Park and is very close to the West End, Piccadilly and Bond Street. The hotel is popular with wealthy tourists, businessmen, celebrities and English aristocrats. The rooms, public areas and facilities are all beautifully maintained and the service is, as one would expect in such an establishment, impeccable.
A luxurious hotel right in the heart of Mayfair, Brown's was built in 1837 after James Brown, the valet of poet Lord Byron, noticed the lack of top-quality hotels in London. Its most distinguished feature is the Georgian façade, and the sumptuous interior is reminiscent of an English country manor house. Brown's was one of Agatha Christie's favorite haunts, a place where she liked to observe the eccentricities of life so intrinsic to the plots of her many whodunits. Rooms feature feather duvets and large beds. Choose from standard rooms to several choices in luxurious suites.
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.
The Dorchester is one of London's finest hotels for business travelers, celebrities and the well heeled. Personalized yet unobtrusive service combined with traditional English luxury make The Dorchester a home away from home for regular visitors to London. It is a firm favorite with many celebrities, including Tom Cruise and Noel Coward. A plethora of facilities are available, including a spa, hairdressers, fitness suite and baby-sitting.
The best contemporary facilities combined with flawless service is what you get at the Draycott Hotel. Located between Chelsea and Knightsbridge, this hotel exudes elegance and style. Formerly known as Cliveden Town House, expect nothing but the best when you stop by here. Every room of this five-star hotel is well-equipped and individually themed. Be it business or pleasure, this is an ideal place to check in at, if you are looking for luxurious, five-star accommodation.