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.
The Standard’s first hotel outside America is housed in the former Camden Town Hall Annex, a renovated Brutalist building dating back to 1974. The hotel's 266 rooms come in 42 unique styles ranging from cosy to terraced suites with outdoor bathtubs.
New Road Hotel is a stylish 79-bedroom boutique hotel in East London’s vibrant Whitechapel neighbourhood. It is housed in a former textile factory, maintaining features such as industrial windows, fire-escape doors, and the original textile factory vibe.
The Town Hall Hotel & Apartments is a boutique hotel in the East End's Bethnal Green, offering an amalgamation of historic charm and modern luxury. Housed in the former Bethnal Green Town Hall, it merges its Edwardian architecture with contemporary features, creating a unique experience for its guests.
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 Hoxton, one of the first boutique hotels opening in creative Shoreditch, offers industrial deco boasting roaring fires and exposed brickwork. The hotel has a welcoming open lobby, a place to work, catch up over coffee, cosy up near the fireplaces, or knock back a cocktail or two.
The Laslett is a boutique hotel spread across five stylish Victorian townhouses. Each of the elegantly designed luxury rooms feature curated artwork and books, along with a ‘Big Bar’ filled with craft beers and locally sourced treats. Located in the heart of bohemian Notting Hill, one of London's popular residential neighborhoods.
The Portobello Hotel is a boutique hotel located in the heart of Notting Hill. Each room offers a unique decor with a mix of vintage and contemporary styles, an elegant colour palette and eclectic materials filled with natural light.
The Hoxton Southwark is a hotel that invites guests to dive deep into the city's rich culture. From the iconic TATE Modern to the bustling Borough Market and the historic Tower Bridge, the hotel serves as a gateway to the very best attractions Southwark has to offer.
The Hoxton brand, synonymous with contemporary flair, brings its signature aesthetic to Shepherd's Bush, launching a space that echoes mid-century charm paired with dynamic details such as curvy lines and wavy mirrors.
The Other House is your home in South Kensington perfectly located close to Hyde Park and Knightsbridge and on the doorstep of some of London’s most iconic cultural landmarks. A Residents’ Club for people going places, The Other House combines home comforts and apartment-style living with hotel services and Private Club amenities.
Having opened its doors in 1978 in Chelsea, Blakes is known to be the world's first luxury boutique hotel and one of the most excitingly upscale small hotels in the world. Stunning design, elegant and romantic, each room individually created by Anouska Hempel. Its beautiful, lush and secluded garden is an oasis to soothe the soul.
Once a quintessential Victorian pub, the Princess Royal has been reborn as a stylish small London hotel and pub in Notting Hill. Overseen by the likes of Country Creatures and Cubitt House, it showcases British artistry and sustainability in its décor and ethos.
Nestled in East London's bustling Shoreditch neighbourhood, One Hundred Shoreditch is a five-star hotel that offers the tranquillity of elegantly designed bedrooms and the fun of social venues. With interiors conceived by Jacu Strauss, the spaces feature wood and white ambiences, abstract paintings, and bold statement vases.
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 Nobu Hotel London Shoreditch is a luxury hotel situated in East London's trendy Shoreditch. Merging industrial chic with Japanese minimalism, the hotel boasts 164 rooms, a widely acclaimed Nobu restaurant, a bar, a tranquil spa, and event spaces.
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.
Sun Street Hotel is a luxurious five-star boutique hotel situated between trendy Shoreditch and the traditional City of London. Offering 14 bedrooms, the hotel elegantly blends the historical significance of its six Georgian houses with the ever-evolving modern skyline of London.
Tucked away in a charming cobbled street in London's trendy Spitalfields, Batty Langley's hotel features beautiful rooms with antique furniture, heavy silk curtains and quirky bathrooms. Breakfast is served in the guests' bedroom or can be taken in one of the beautiful public rooms on the ground floor such as the Tapestry Room with its sunny courtyard.
The Rookery is tucked away in the lively, creative Clerkenwell neighbourhood, only a short distance from St Paul's Cathedral, the Bank of England and the Old Bailey. The only remaining early houses in Peter’s Lane were renovated to create a homey boutique hotel, with period charm decor.
The Artist Residence is a cool and laid-back 10-bedroom boutique hotel nestled in the quiet side streets of Pimlico, just minutes from the bustle of Victoria station. The comfy rooms offer vintage furnishings and rustic wooden floors, giving it that feeling of a home away from home.
Shoreditch House is set in an impressively converted warehouse, offering 26 comfortable rooms in its main building plus 15 more off hip Redchurch Street. Guests have access to the trendy members club, gym, restaurants and spa. The heated rooftop pool offers unparalleled views of the city.
Number Sixteen is a peaceful hideaway in Kensington, yet only a stone's throw away from some of London's best museums. Featuring ultra-chic interiors and a private garden, each individually styled room reflects the contemporary design of the hotel, with luxurious fabrics and furnishings and hints of bold colour.
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.
Gordon Ramsay’s York & Albany is a stylish hotel, restaurant and bar set in a stunning Regency townhouse in lively Camden, just a few steps from leafy Regent's Park. Initially a coaching house in the 1820’s, it is now decorated with period antiques, decadent fabrics and thoughtful artwork.
The Zetter Townhouse Clerkenwell is a quirky 13-bedroom Georgian townhouse located just on the historic St John's Square. This eclectic hotel offers unique rooms, each with different, bold shades of heritage colours and vivacious antique pieces.
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 Ned is London’s latest coolest hotel. Set in the former Midland Bank building in the City of London, just steps from Bank Station. The Ned hosts 250 gorgeous bedrooms, ten restaurants, and a stunning rooftop bar and pool. Not to mention the 20m indoor pool and spa, along with an awesome gym.
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.