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Particularly suited to the business traveler, The Cavendish St. James's is a large, popular hotel located in central London. The rooms are spacious and spectacular and the staff are always accommodating. Furthermore, because of it central location, the hotel is very close to the ever-tempting Fortnum & Mason department store and Piccadilly Circus. Gaming enthusiasts get ready to lay your hands on the Playstation in your room.
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.
The Covent Garden Hotel is in the heart of 'Theatreland' and quite close to London's famous Chinatown. This supremely luxurious hotel is in the middle of chaotic Covent Garden and it sports an interesting blend of classical and modern décor. Get ready to bump into some famous faces as the hotel is favored by stage and film stars performing at one of the venues nearby or in London on a PR tour.
Steeped in style and designed by the celebrated Fosters + Partners, this avante garde hotel on the Aldwych offers five-star luxury accommodations in the cosmopolitan side of the city. Penultimate service and world-class opulence combine to provide jaded guests an unparalleled experience enhanced with the ME Aura Managerial service, a unique concept where the concierge becomes your personal assistant through your stay. And the eye-catching glamor runs throughout, right from the futuristic first floor reception with its nine-story marble pyramid to the rooftop terrace bar- Radio that overlooks the enchanting London skyline. The abodes are swathed in leather with floor-to-ceiling views and latest mod-cons like mood lighting, iPod docks and interactive LCD televisions. Dining options include Cucina Asellina, a mid-range Italian restaurant and STK Steakhouse. The hotel's Marconi Lounge is the perfect spot to unwind with well-crafted cocktails in the company of some of city's most fashionable denizens. Call ahead for reservations and inquiries.
If there is any strategically located hotel in London, then it has to be The Waldorf Hilton. Located a few miles away from the city center, it caters to both the vacationers and business travelers. The services and amenities provided distinctly show that every guest is valued here. The interiors too are beautiful and every room is detailed well to make for a comfortable stay. Standing tall in Aldwych and one of the architectural icons of London, the Waldorf Hilton is simply a beautiful choice to stay when in London.
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.