London’s Top Hotels

Savoy Hotel
The Savoy hotel is set back from the busy Strand and above the river on an island between two busy roads. The style is Edwardian on the river side – see the famous lacquer-and-gilt Red Lift – Art Deco on the Strand side, where Gordon Ramsay has reopened the Savoy Grill. The American Bar manages Deco glamour and (just) views of the Thames. Bedrooms are large and fresh, safely traditional without being frumpy.
Contact: T: +44 20 7836 4343 | F: + 44 20 7240 6040 | E: savoy@fairmont.com |
Location:  The Savoy sits on the North bank of the River Thames in Covent Garden, only moments from downtown.
Price: 450 GBP
Total # of Rooms: 200 rooms, 67 suites.
Dining:  Simpson’s in the Strand: One of London’s oldest and most famous restaurants; Savoy Grill: elegant Art Deco dining room and steeped in rich Hollywood and British history

 

Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park
Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park offers an enticing blend of elegance, style and luxury. Home to two of the city’s best restaurants, elegant afternoon tea room, stunning spa, beautifully designed accommodation and exquisite function rooms, the hotel offers a fashionable, yet timeless base from which to discover the British capital.
Contact: T: +44 20 7235 2000 | F: +44 20 7235 2001 | E: molon-reservations@mohg.com |
Location:  The Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park overlooks Hyde Park and Knightsbridge, while remaining only moments away from downtown.
Price: 530 GBP
Total # of Rooms: 181 rooms & suites.
Dining: Dinner by Heston Blumenthal: Inspired by Heston Blumenthal’s fascination with historic gastronomy, Dinner is one of the world’s most celebrated restaurants.; Bar Boulud: Michelin-starred chef Daniel Boulud offers a truly special dining experience with in a stylish bistro and wine bar specializing in seasonal, rustic French cooking.

 

Rosewood London
Blending English heritage with contemporary sophistication, the Edwardian Grade II-listed building has been sensitively renovated to create a luxury hotel with the ambiance of a stylish London residence.
Contact: T: +44 20 7781 8888 | E: london@rosewoodhotels.com |
Location:  Rosewood lays just North of Covent Garden and the River Thames, mere moments from downtown.
Price: 400 GBP
Total # of Rooms: 262 rooms, 44 suites.
Dining: Mirror Room: A relaxed and social dining experience with a selection of delicious sharing plates, seasonal salads, comfort food favorites and signature patisseries; Holborn Dining Room: A grand brasserie that serves up seasonal, locally sourced British cuisine with a twist in a vibrantly bustling dining salon.

 

The Langham, London
One of London’s first luxury hotels is still one of its best. The Langham London offers impeccable service and an incredible location that puts you right on doorstep of Oxford Street’s stores, Soho and Regent Park. A recent refurbishment has left this Grande Dame ready for the 21st century, thanks to jaw dropping contemporary designs infused with Old World Charm. For a special treat, make sure to stop at the hotel’s bar, the Artesian, considered the best in the world; or settle down for a delicious Afternoon Tea at the Langham Club.
Contact: T: + 44 20 7636 1000 | F: +44 20 7323 2340 | E: tllon.info@langhamhotels.com |
Location:  The Langham is nuzzled in the world-renowned West End, Marylebone, northwest of Hyde Park.
Price: 355 GBP
Total # of Rooms: 333 rooms, 42 suites.
Dining: Palm Court: Palm Court is famed as the place where the tradition of afternoon tea was born over 150 years ago; it serves all day light dining with timeless elegance.; Roux at the Landau: Provenance of ingredients is at the forefront of an elegant, yet pared-back menu, served in the newly refreshed space.

 

The Lanesborough
In a vibrant and elegant grand residence honoring Regency-era luxury, a stay at The Lanesborough is exceptionally refined, with esteemed English service and an impeccable sense of style. The only hotel in London to offer round-the-clock, butler service, guests are assured their every need is well served.
Contact: T: +44 20 7259 5599 | E: reservations@lanesborough.com |
Location:  The Lanesborough lies amid Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace Gardens, and Green Park.
Price: 505 GBP
Total # of Rooms: 93 rooms & suites.
Dining:  Céleste: Michelin-starred Céleste honors British heritage and provenance with modern European creativity with a culinary journey of great flavors and food with a real story.; The Lanesborough Club & Spa Restaurant: Offers Michelin-starred all day healthy dining in a semi-private dining area.

 

Brown’s Hotel
Situated in the heart of Mayfair, Rocco Forte’s Brown’s Hotel personifies modern British luxury, with outstanding personal service, elegant rooms and suites, award-winning afternoon tea and a spa. The Donovan Bar and HIX Mayfair celebrate British dining and contemporary art, offering the perfect London experience.
Contact: T: +44 20 7493 6020 | E: switchboard.browns@roccofortehotels.com |
Location:  Brown’s Hotel is nestled in Mayfair just a short walk from Berkeley Square Gardens & Green Park, simply moments from downtown.
Price: 390 GBP
Total # of Rooms: 115 rooms, 33 suites.
Dining:  The Restaurant at Brown’s Hotel: Serves seasonal Mediterranean fare from locally sourced ingredients.

 

Claridge’s
A classic that’s as popular now as it was in the 20’s, this spot in chichi Mayfair is the epitome of elegance. The Art Deco details are sublime, as is the pricey afternoon tea (though it’s as much a people-watching exercise as an indulgent experience). Big draws here are the Michelin-starred Gordon Ramsay restaurant (the city’s toughest booking) and the gorgeous Fumoir bar, which harks back to the days of flapper girls and jazz piano. Add neo-Art Deco suites fashioned by David Linley, and a stay here is like stepping back into the long-lost glamorous days of travel.
Contact: T: +44 20 7629 8860 | F: +44 20 7499 2210 | E: info@claridges.co.uk |
Location:  Claridge’s is in Mayfair, only moments north from downtown and west of Hyde Park.
Price: 490 GBP
Total # of Rooms: 190 rooms, 65 suites.
Dining: Fera: This Michelin-starred restaurant brings a touch of the untamed to Mayfair, pairing a natural approach to contemporary British cuisine with skillful presentation; The Foyer & Reading Room: It is steeped in grand art deco with intuitive service and a menu of classic and contemporary cuisine.

 

The Connaught
At the heart of Mayfair, The Connaught redefines the British luxury experience. An expert blend of tradition with the utmost modernity make it the insider’s choice for connoisseurs in the art of living well. Personalized service and a passion for hand-crafted detail, mixes effortlessly with a contemporary boldness.
Contact: T: +44 20 7499 7070 | F: +44 20 7495 3262 | E: info@the-connaught.co.uk |
Location:  The Connaught is nestled in Mayfair between Hyde Park & Green Park, only moments north from downtown.
Price: 470 GBP
Total # of Rooms: 121 rooms, 34 suites.
Dining: Hélène Darroze: Two Michelin-starred Hélène Darroze and her team serve sublime dishes that are regionally and seasonally inspired; Jean-Georges: Informal gourmet dining at all hours, with something for everyone on the eclectic, imaginative and fresh-from-the-market menus.

 

Four Seasons Hotel at Park Lane
Ideal for those who appreciate luxury and refinement and like London, the Four Seasons London at Park Lane is an extraordinary hotel whose atmosphere evokes the golden age of travelling aboard luxury liners in the 30s…
Contact: T: +44 20 7499 0888 | F: +44 20 7493 1895 | E: concierge.london@fourseasons.com |
Location:  Four Seasons rests in Mayfair, steps from Hyde Park & Green Park, a short walk to the River Thames and only minutes from downtown.
Price: 445 GBP
Total # of Rooms: 193 rooms & suites.
Dining:  Amaranto: Offers modern Italian cuisine with international flavors while relaxing in a warm environment that extends to a sun-filled glass conservatory and summer al fresco dining in the private garden overlooking Park Lane.

 

The Beaumont
The Savoy hotel is set back from the busy Strand and above the river on an island between two busy roads. The style is Edwardian on the river side – see the famous lacquer-and-gilt Red Lift – Art Deco on the Strand side, where Gordon Ramsay has reopened the Savoy Grill. The American Bar manages Deco glamour and (just) views of the Thames. Bedrooms are large and fresh, safely traditional without being frumpy.
Contact: T: +44 20 7499 1001 | E: info@thebeaumont.com |
Location: On a quiet garden square in Mayfair, a short walk to Hyde Park, and moments from downtown.
Price: 355 GBP
Total # of Rooms: 50 rooms, 23 suites.
Dining:  The Colony Grill Room: Inspired by the clubby, sophisticated Grill Rooms that first became popular in New York and London in the 1920s, the Colony Grill serves classic dishes from both sides of the Atlantic.

 

The Goring
For a taste of quintessential British hospitality, check into the family-run Goring hotel in the heart of exclusive Belgravia. Enjoy marble bathrooms, silk-lined walls, and garden views of the beautiful grounds that back up to Buckingham Palace.
Contact: T: +44 20 7396 9000 | F: +44 20 7834 4393 | E: reception@thegoring.com |
Location: The Goring sits quietly in Belgravia, just South of Buckingham Palace.
Price: 330 GBP
Total # of Rooms: 69 rooms & suites.
Dining:  The Dining Room: One of the most admired restaurants for fine dining in London with traditional and delicious British food.