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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.
St. James’s Hotel and Club is a hot celebrity favorite, and why shouldn't it be? This five-star accommodation provides its guests with great services and modern amenities. Although all the rooms have something going for them, the Penthouse Suite, occupying the entire seventh floor, is by far the most impressive; its private terrace allows occupants to get some amazing views of the city's skyline. Also on the premises is Seven Park Place, an essentially French restaurant, which boasts of having been awarded a Michelin star just a year after opening. The tourist hubs of Mayfair, Westminster and Piccadilly are only minutes away from this hotel.
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.
Opened in 1991, the swanky and refined Halkin Hotel is located in the heart of London's exclusive Belgravia district. A rather small, but extremely well-run establishment, the hotel's service is impeccable and in fact, one of the best you will find in the city. While celebrities have been known to stay here from time to time, this is more of an up-scale business traveler and tourist getaway.
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.
The elegant and immense structure of the Guoman Tower Hotel stands firm by the banks of the Thames River, by the St. Katherine's Docks. The hotel is an ideal place to stay whether you are a business traveler or visiting London for leisure, particularly since it lies within minutes of the city's Financial District and London ExCel, and is one of the few luxury hotels located close to Butlers Wharf. Of course, its convenient location is not the only reason to stay. The hotel's rooms and suites come well-appointed with all the modern amenities required to make a stay comfortable and hassle-free. Plus, all of the rooms come with a gorgeous view of the Thames.
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 two houses which make up the Bingham Hotel were built in 1740, and have attracted many prolific writers and poets over the years.The houses have been restored to a high standard, combining modern amenities with a decor that reflects the hotel's history. There is plenty nearby to interest visitors, including Kew Gardens, Marble Hill House, Syon House and Richmond Park, while central London is only half an hour away by train.