The following luxury hotels in London, UK have received excellent ratings from former clients over the past 12 months.
Updated: February 23, 2017
Luxury abounds at this five-star, all-suite hotel in exclusive Chelsea Harbour. Rooms have separate living and sleeping areas, and views of the marina, the city skyline, or the River Thames. The Harbour Bar is open all day and serves an Asian-inspired menu, while the elegant Chelsea Riverside Brasserie offers a more sophisticated, secluded experience. An impressive spa and health club features a gym, walk-in sauna and steam rooms, and several private treatment rooms. King’s Road is a five-minute walk away.
The Langham opened in 1865 as Europe’s first grand hotel, and it continues to accommodate dignitaries, celebrities and VIPs in high style today. Rooms are decorated with contemporary furniture and art, and luxurious fabrics and finishes are carried throughout the property. In addition to a prime location at the top of Regent Street, the hotel has several exciting dining options: A glamorous bar, Artesian, serves impressive cocktails; Roux at the Landau offers gourmet dining; and guests can enjoy afternoon tea in the famed Palm Court restaurant.
This spectacular hotel successfully integrates original Gothic Revival-style architecture with modern luxuries like state-of-the-art entertainment systems in every guest room. Some rooms include access to a club lounge with breakfast and afternoon tea for an extra fee. The hotel has immediate access to the high speed Eurostar service and six Tube lines. Public areas include two restaurants and a lobby lounge, and guests have access to a 24-hour gym and a spa with relaxation pool.
If you’re looking for options, Andaz has plenty. The property features a whopping seven on-site restaurants and bars, ranging from traditional pub fare to authentic Japanese. Guests rooms have iPod docking station, flat-screen televisions, luxurious bathrobes and free non-alcoholic minibars with juices and snacks. The hotel’s convenient location is just one mile from the Tower of London and St. Pauls’ Cathedral, and borders the vibrant Shoeditch neighborhood, which is filled with art galleries, markets and nightclubs. Oxford Street is a short Tube ride away.
Old World elegance meets modern luxury at this timeless hotel located on the banks of the River Thames. Guest rooms feature marble bathrooms and luxurious amenities, and many have river views. A wide range of dining and cocktail options is available, including Kaspar’s Seafood Bar and Grill and Gordon Ramsay’s Savoy Grill. Afternoon Tea is served in the beautiful Thames Foyer. The hotel is five minutes' walk from The British Museum, The Royal Opera House, and Covent Garden.