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The top 10 hotels in London


People who are planning to stay in the city of London and want nothing but the best will find plenty of excellent hotels to choose from. When it comes to comfort and style, the leading hotels in England’s capital never fail to impress. What follows is an overview of the ten most luxurious hotels in London.

Claridge's is one of the most upmarket hotels in the whole of London and is also a famous landmark of the Mayfair district. Exclusive hotel is has been renovated in the Art Deco style and is the perfect place to enjoy a little pampering. In fact, the hotel is so luxurious that Queen Elizabeth stays in the royal suite for a short period each year.

The nearby May Fair hotel recently enjoyed an extensive £70m renovation, making it a hot contender for the title of most luxurious hotel in London. In addition to elegant rooms and suites, guests are treated to modern amenities such as the Palm Beach Casino and impressive on site spa. St Martins Lane Hotel

St Martins Lane Hotel was created as an Urban Resort and is one of the London’s most cutting edge luxurious hotels. It can be found in the Leicester Square district and features unusual touches such as golden tooth-shaped seats and lost-style guest rooms.

The Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park hotel is perfectly located for guests who plan to do a little shopping in establishments such as Harvey Nichols and Harrods. The hotel comes complete with a chic Foliage restaurant designed by Adam Tihany and an expansive spa.

St. James's Hotel & Club offers guests an insight into an earlier era of British hospitality and features sixty cosy and exquisitely decorated guest rooms.

The Dorchester on Park Lane is famous for its traditional elegance and is well known to people who like the finer things in life. While the hotel features 1930s décor throughout, guests are still treated to plenty of modern creature comforts.

Number Sixteen is one of the cosiest boutique hotels in London and offers guests a more intimate and unique stay than many of London’s larger luxury hotels. The hotel features just 41 rooms, and amenities include meticulously kept gardens, a library and a stylish drawing room.

Other leading luxury hotels in London include The Connaught, St Pancras Renaissance Hotel and the charming No11 Cadogan Gardens.






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