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To make your decision easier, we narrowed down the long list of where to stay in London to much shorter list of the best hotels. This list is organized by neighborhood and then further narrowed down by budget.
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The hotels we list in this article are very highly rated. All but a few get 8.5 stars or higher on Booking.com, and most of them get at least 9 stars. They are also conveniently located near Underground stations, an important factor in picking out where to stay in London.
I list hotels as luxury, upscale, mid-range, and budget. A luxury hotel is a 5-star hotel, an upscale hotel is a 4-star property, a mid-range hotel is a 3-star property, and a budget hotel is a 1 or 2-star property or a hostel.
In London, you will have no problems finding 4-star and 5-star hotels that get impeccable reviews. There are also some great mid-range, or 3-star hotels and apartments to choose from. Finding a cheaper 2-star hotel or hostel that gets decent reviews in London is more challenging.
If you are a budget traveler, you can spend as little as 10 per night in a hostel. If you are traveling as a group of two or more, a double room in a 2-star hotel will cost between 40 and 100. For the mid-range traveler, on average you will pay between 90 and 225 per night for a double room. 4-star rooms usually range from 225 to 300 per night, and the 5-star hotels usually start around 300 and go up from here.
UPSCALE: Wilde Aparthotels by StayCity Covent Garden. With apartments that can accommodate up to four people, this is a great place to stay in London for families. This property is located on The Strand near Trafalgar Square.
LUXURY: The Marylebone Hotel. Not only is this one of the top hotels in Marylebone, it is also one of the top hotel picks in London on Trip Advisor. This beautiful hotel offers rooftop terrace suites. This hotel is located centrally in Marylebone and it is a short walk to Oxford Street and Mayfair.
UPSCALE: The Holmes Hotel. This boutique hotel is a bit different than a standard hotels in London. The Holmes Hotel is located in an 18th-century Georgian townhouse on Chiltren Street near the Baker Street station. Rooms are modernly decorated with tasteful Sherlock Holmes accents. This property looks like a real gem.
LUXURY: Great Scotland Yard Hotel. Yes, I know, three luxury hotels are a lot, but it was very hard to narrow down these options. This hotel, which is part of the Unbound Collection by Hyatt, is located in the original Scotland Yard building, making this one of the most historic hotels in the city. Not only would it be cool to say that you stayed in Scotland Yard, but the hotel is also renowned for its luxurious rooms, hospitality, and hidden whiskey bar.
That is very exciting that you are planning your first trip to Europe! At the end of this post, we list recommended hotels for mid-range and luxury travelers (at the end of the luxury section I list 4-star upscale hotels). You can click these links for room types to see the bed options. The Astor Court Hotel does offer rooms with twin beds. As for Paris Hotels, at the end of the post we sort the hotels by travel type. I recommend looking at the hotels we mention for boutique style hotels. We really liked Hotel Brighton and Hotel Fabric looks wonderful. In Europe, sometimes finding a room with two beds can be challenging. Twin beds are easier to get than 2 doubles or queens. But in both Paris and London, there are so many pubs and cafes that most hotels we list should be in walking distance of these. On Booking.com, each hotel will have a map so you can see its location with regards to the metro and restaurants. Cheers, Julie
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If you're ready and willing to spend three figures at dinner, London's the place to do it. You'll be rewarded with some of the best food and hospitality in the world. Book a Michelin starred restaurant (there are 66 in the city) or another award-winning spot for unparalleled tasting and à la carte menus that change with the seasons. Spoilt for choice? Start at The Savoy. As one of London's most iconic hotels, The Savoy is home to numerous award-winning restaurants and bars, including the Savoy Grill by Gordon Ramsay. With hundreds of years' history behind it, our beautiful art deco restaurant has served the likes of Winston Churchill, James Dean and Marilyn Monroe. Book a table at the River Restaurant by Gordon Ramsay for award-winning menus in a lighter setting. It's The Savoy's newest addition with the multi-Michelin starred chef at the helm. Excellent Michellin restaurants also include Behind in London Fields, Cornerstone in Hackney Wick, Davies and Brook in Mayfair and Muse in Belgravia. Or try Shoreditch's Brat, The Clove Club, or Celeste in Hyde Park Corner. Many of these world-class restaurants are steeped in history, while others are new to the game. Pick one that suits your taste, whether you prefer traditional British or spice and flavours from further afield, and get ready for a meal you'll never forget.
A perfect overnight stay doesn't need to break the bank; we have many low-cost hotels scattered around London. So you can enjoy a city break with cash left over to treat yourself. Many of our hotels in London include parking, onsite restaurants and bars, spa facilities and swimming pools. Explore our ibis, ibis Styles and ibis budget selection for some of the best prices in the city without compromising on comfort or convenience.
There's no shortage of luxury hotels in London. From charming 4-star townhouses to 5-star icons, planning a memorable trip couldn't be simpler. Whether you're looking for a romantic London base or a beautiful spa hotel close to a park, find what you're looking for here. Our Sofitel London St James is set inside a Grade-II building with original features, rooms designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon and an elegant restaurant led by renowned Chef Anthony Demetre. For the ultimate London getaway, choose The Savoy. Our landmark hotel boasts everything you need and more, including spacious suites with views across the Thames. 041b061a72