Chateau Denmark is a boutique hotel nestled in the beating heart of buzzing Soho on Denmark Street. The hotel emerges as a testament to London's rich musical tapestry, spanning 55 delightfully eccentric session rooms and apartments across 16 historic buildings.
Hazlitt's is a four-star boutique hotel, offering beautiful rooms in a quirky and very British antique style. Built in 1718, Hazlitt’s features priceless antiques and historical features. Details include chandeliers, Victorian baths and carved wooden beds. A delicious breakfast is served in the rooms and includes freshly baked croissants and coffee.
The London EDITION is a five-star hotel, located in Fitzrovia on the edge of Soho. The boutique hotel preserves the most delicate aspects of an iconic landmark building while blending thoughtful design with oak floors, wood-panelled walls, custom furnishings and evocative photography from Hendrik Kerstens.
The Henrietta Hotel is a 40-room boutique hotel in the heart of the historic Covent Garden, surrounded by London's best theatres and museums. The hotel boasts a unique design inspired by the neighbourhood's rich history with a touch of Italian influence, created by renowned designer Dorothée Meilichzon.
Tucked away in London's buzzing Soho, the Charlotte Street Hotel stands as a testament to the Bloomsbury Group era, making it a haven for art and history lovers.
Located in buzzing Soho and moments from posh Mayfair, Ham Yard has an urban village feel. The hotel revolves around a tree-filled garden with a bronze sculpture centrepiece by Tony Cragg, and the interiors have a modern British vibe. The fourth-floor leafy rooftop garden is a peaceful spot away from the bustle of the streets below.
An idyllic urban sanctuary, Rosewood London is amongst the capital’s finest luxury hotels. On arrival, an arch in the hotel’s grand façade draws one into a tranquil courtyard. The hum of the city slips away, replaced by an atmosphere of quiet sophistication and unsurpassed hospitality. The hotel offers spacious designer rooms featuring bespoke furnishings.
The Corinthia is one of the finest hotels in London, occupying a fantastic position, a stone's throw away from St James Park, the Palaces, Trafalgar Square and theatreland. Not to mention the four-storey magnificent ESPA spa, the grand bars and the two fine-dining restaurants. If indulgence is what you're looking for, you certainly won't be disappointed.
Hotel Café Royal is an iconic luxury five-star hotel in the heart of central London, enjoying a historical setting on Regent Street. The gorgeous rooms feature Bang & Olufsen in-room entertainment systems, and the breakfast is out of this world. There's a stylish gym, a tranquil lap-pool, sauna, hot tub, steam room and treatment rooms.
Tucked away in the heart of Marylebone, The Grazing Goat is a hotel and pub that radiates a cosy yet sophisticated vibe. Historically, the area was farmland, and the hotel's name and interiors pay homage to this rustic heritage.
The Soho Hotel is a five-star hotel but also an experience in itself. Located in lively Soho, it's an irresistible blend of chic, quirky decor and a genuine commitment to luxury. Kit Kemp's signature design touch infuses whimsicality into every corner, from the colourful rooms to the iconic 10ft bronze Botero cat that graces the lobby.