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The Sofitel St. James is nothing if not elegant. Housed in a renovated Victorian building, this is a hotel that gives guests the opportunity of experiencing a sophisticated five-star experience. Whether you are in town on business or just to get away from your hectic life, this hotel will have something for you. Business travelers will find a number of spaces they can utilize for meetings & conferences; those looking for rejuvenation can spend some quality time at So Spa, a day spa that affords an uplifting experience. The Balcon is a great option for any time of the day, and also has facilities for private dining.
Possibly the epitome of elegance with an ambiance of class and tranquility, The Hampshire is the kind of hotel everyone should visit at least once. It could not be more ideally situated for an enchanting night out in the city, tucked away in a beautiful building on the corner of Leicester Square. Only the best and most modern amenities are on offer here, of that you can be sure.For reservations call their toll free number +44 800 37 4411 or visit their website.
This is a temple to all that is luxurious, beautiful and trendy. It was designed by Phillipe Starck, who also designed the Paramount in New York, and who is famous for his inventive and humorously modern and minimalist interiors. There is no name at the entrance, but through the large glass windows you can catch a glimpse of the spacious lobby. You could try booking a table at the Asia de Cuba restaurant, 24-hour brasserie Saint M, or the Rum Bar. This hotel is big on glamor, and practically speaking St Martin's, location between Covent Garden and Leicester Square also works wonders for it. Check website for further details.
Situated in quiet surroundings, yet still close to London's theaters and shopping area, this hotel is ideal for tourists and business travelers. Part of the hotel has recently been refurbished to incorporate deluxe and newly decorated guest rooms. This intimate hotel offers a tranquil retreat in the area of central London. Call ahead on 0871 376 9037 for more details.
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.