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Based in the former home of the Morning Post newspaper, this exciting, centrally-located luxury hotel is contemporary yet full of character, combining Edwardian grandeur with distinctive modern interiors and over 350 individual artworks. With a range of superb suites, meeting rooms, a 30-seat cinema and a health club, it caters for business and private customers looking for a premium hotel with a difference.The rooms are immaculate with everything just so, from the curving headboards and sumptuous beds to the beautiful dark polished furniture, exemplary fixtures and fittings, and vacuum system plumbing. From the impeccable service to the Axis restaurant’s ‘gastronomic experience’, the focus here is on under-stated luxury - it’s no wonder the hotel has won so many awards since it opened in 1998.
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.
Despite its central location near Piccadilly Circus and Buckingham Palace, The Stafford manages to create a quiet, graceful country house feel due to its location along a small backstreet. The period furnishings and antiques serve to enhance the sophisticated elegance of the hotel. Accommodation is provided in the main building and also in the Carriage House, a row of 18th-century stables which have been converted into large guest rooms overlooking the courtyard. With views of Green Park, very good service and the option to stay in the world famous Carriage House, this is high on the list of places to stay in London. Add the world famous American Bar and an award-winning team of chefs and you have a luxurious home away from home.
The Rookery Hotel offers one-of-a-kind accommodation facility near Barbican neighborhood of London. It offers exquisite, well-appointed living quarters decorated with luxurious antiques and furniture to provide the best comforts possible. Conveniently located, the hotel has been visited by many celebrities and is often touted to be one of the best romantic getaways in Inner London area.
Situated on a quiet street, within walking distance of Harrods and two minutes away from the Knightsbridge tube station, this discreet hotel offers the ultimate in comfortable luxury. Despite having been built in 1971, The Capital has a very classical appearance. Attention to detail and the needs of its guests are the basis of this hotel's enviable reputation. Rooms are impeccably decorated with hand-selected works of art, period furniture and marble bathrooms. Choose from standard, double, deluxe and suites. For those without a worry about the cost, the serviced apartments provide the ultimate luxurious experience.
If you've ever wanted to stay in a hotel that has played host to several famous personalities in the past, then the Pavilion Fashion Rock 'N' Roll Hotel is an ideal choice. This trendy historic hotel is the epitome of stylishness with individually decorated rooms revolving around themes such as Highland Fling, Metallica, Monochrome Marilyn, Diamonds Are Forever, Indian Summer and many others. Visit the website for details.
The Hoxton is the definition of a modern luxury hotel in London. Each of the hotel's 210 rooms boasts a plush mattress and luxury showers, and a healthy breakfast of yogurt, juice and fruit is included with every stay. In addition to the upscale standard rooms, the Hoxton also features 8 concept rooms with a bit more personality, including the loft-style Hoxton Manor room, rustic Hoxton Cabin, and the sleek industrial Geoffrey Steel. The onsite Hoxton Grill restaurant maintains the luxury ambiance, serving delicious variations of American classics.
Walk in through the doors of the Church Street Hotel, and you will be transported into a whole different time and space. From the quiet, earthy-toned streets of London, you will be taken into a brightly colored Spanish-American zone. The interiors of the hotel are beautifully adorned with Latin artifacts, paintings and posters. Each room is uniquely designed, and sports lively shades of blue, green, red, orange and yellow. The Havana-styled bar, located on site, is a great place to sip on drinks. The Angels & Gypsies Kitchen welcomes guests to enjoy delicious Spanish fares.