The 10 Best Hotels in London for 2020
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There is so much to see in London and finding just the right hotel will help you experience this city to its fullest. Whether you are looking for luxury, unique experiences or simply a convenient location, we can find the best hotel to suit your needs.
The Sanderson skilfully blends both baroque and modern styles to create an elegant atmosphere. The rooms which are open and luxurious have been designed to provide maximum comfort. This hotel is located in the heart of the West End, providing quick access to this trendy part of London.
Situated within Whitechapel, the New Road Hotel is within easy walking distance of the East End’s many boutique shops and bars. The hotel itself is based on New York City designs and has been featured in both The Guardian and The Telegraph newspapers. Stay in one of the hotel’s cosy Warehouse Rooms or experience the Terrace Lofts for a magnificent view of London’s skyline.
Located close to Oxford Street, this hotel is right in the action-packed centre of London. From the impressive hanging gardens within the central courtyard to the sophisticated luxury of its 34 rooms, the Mandrake is an oasis amongst the bustle of central London.
Bermondsey is a popular location for fans of fine dining and upmarket shopping, and this hotel is perfectly located for experiencing this trendy district. The fresh, bright and colourful rooms have been designed to provide a comfortable respite for visitors of all tastes.
Centrally located near the shopping area of Kensington, the Novotel is within easy reach of many of London’s attractions. The hotel incorporates contemporary design in its rooms to provide you with the optimum level of comfort during your stay.
Overlooking the Thames in the prestigious Chelsea Bridge Wharf district, this hotel is a perfect place to relax and soak up the atmosphere. The spacious rooms that overlook Battersea are complemented by a state-of-the-art spa area for the ultimate relaxation and rejuvenation experience.
Refurbished from the old Bethnal Green Town Hall, this hotel is an excellent example of combining contemporary design with the elegance of the past. Each apartment is furnished with spacious living arrangements and modern luxury in mind for an unforgettable stay.
Situated near Blackfriars rail station, this hotel is located perfectly for exploring many of London’s attractions. With deluxe modern rooms offering top of the range comfort and views overlooking the Thames and surrounds, this is the perfect place to experience the highlights of London.
Located just opposite Hyde Park, this hotel is well situated for visiting London’s most popular museums and cultural landmarks. Each room in this boutique hotel offers up-to-date amenities and comforts to make you feel right at home.
Soho is well known for its vibrant nightlife, and this hotel is an ideal place to base yourself to absorb this district’s atmosphere. This hotel offers rooms that are both stylish and relaxing so you can unwind after your night out.
- Free Wi-Fi
- Flatscreen TV
- Rainfall Shower
- Luxury Bedding
- Tea/Coffee Facilities
- 24 Hour Reception and Concierge
- Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Services
- Room Service
- Fitness and Leisure Centres
The autumn months usually provide the best conditions for visiting London compared to the overall cost. Although summer and spring are more popular and feature many festivals and outdoor activities, you may encounter more crowds and higher prices. Winter provides cheaper rates and fewer crowds, although the Christmas period is also extremely popular and attracts many tourists.
Whether you are travelling solo or with others, there is a hotel available to satisfy the tastes of every type of traveller. We are here to help you find your ideal hotel, whether looking for a relaxing trip or to live it up to the fullest.
- Boutique hotels
- Refurbished classic hotels
- Modern luxury hotels
- Mystery hotels
- Layered clothing for all seasons
- Umbrellas and raincoats
- Sturdy walking shoes
If you are arriving at either Heathrow or Gatwick Airport, your options include taxi, bus or the Underground. It takes between an hour to an hour and a half to reach the centre of London from these locations. Using the Gatwick Express can get you to Victoria station faster in 30-40 minutes, although tickets for this route are more expensive. If arriving by train at Kings Cross/St Pancras stations, it is only a short walk to the Underground station where you can make your way to the station closest to your hotel.
The easiest and most cost-effective way to book your hotel is to register and book with us online. Voyage Privé members receive discounted rates on many bookings as well as exclusive offers on luxury hotels.
Stretching back to the days of the Roman Empire, London is a city steeped in history and culture. London has well over 100 museums to explore, as well as historical landmarks such as St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Tower of London. With its high-end shopping and trendy Michelin starred restaurants, London is also a dream destination for shoppers and foodies alike. From the theatres and entertainment of Soho and the West End to the mix of cultures in the East End, there’s much to experience here. You can visit London many times and still not experience everything, so London is a city well worth visiting more than once.
Take a walk along the South Bank overlooking the Thames and you will find several cultural landmarks. You can get great views of Westminster Palace, St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower of London and Tower Bridge. You can also visit the London Eye, Tate Modern, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre and the HMS Belfast while exploring. This is just a small part of what London has to offer, making any visit an unforgettable experience.