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The Best Hotels in London, UK

The StarTripper Journal presents the best places to stay in London, both international luxury and boutique choices.
Our Team to London are professional businessmen who frequently visit London.

London – the political, economic and cultural capital of Britain – the Queen's residence Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament, historic home of the UK government.

London is a shopping mecca where you will find absolutely everything in every style and every taste – the real places “to shop til you drop”. From luxury goods in Mayfair to quirky finds in Covent Garden, to large shopping centres like Westfield and department stores like Harrods.

The heart of London shopping, bustling Oxford Street has more than 300 shops, designer outlets and landmark stores. Home to the legendary Selfridges and famous department stores such as John Lewis and Debenhams – and if you get off the beaten track by slipping into a side street, such as St Christopher's Place and Berwick Street, you'll find some real treats.

Bond Street and Mayfair are the ideal places to go for some extravagant retail therapy – London's most exclusive shopping area, home to big names, including Burberry, Louis Vuitton and Tiffany.

Carnaby Street, the birthplace of the fashion and cultural revolution during the Swinging 60s, and the surrounding streets are two minutes away from Piccadilly Circus – here you'll find an intriguing mix of stores and boutiques. We recommend refuelling at restaurant hub Kingly Court, just off Carnaby Street.

Whether you want hip fashion or unique gifts, Covent Garden is a great place to explore. Seven Dials and picture-pretty Neal's Yard for a true taste of London's most distinctive shopping area. Here you'll find Neal's Yard Dairy with its range of delicious British farm cheeses, and the flagship Neal's Yard Remedies.

But don't miss the National Gallery. Here you will find works by masters such as Van Gogh, da Vinci and Renoir – and spend some time in the British Museum. Highlights include the Parthenon sculptures and the mummies in the Ancient Egypt collection.

So come to London, do the real art of shopping, but before “you drop” enjoy a sedate afternoon tea cruise along the River Thames, while passing some of London’s most famous sights.

The currency are English Pound (£).

The StarTripper Journal Recommends these Hotels:
Hotel Since Brown's first opened its doors in 1837 it has been one of the leading hotels in London. Located in Mayfair, the hotel is just moments away from the famed Bond Street boutiques, Dover Street Market, The Royal Academy of Arts and many independent art galleries.

Spacious rooms and suites with beautiful high class furniture and the spacious bathrooms in Bush hammered limestone, Bisazza mosaic and Carrara marble have a bathtub and a walk-in shower, with Heeley bathroom amenities and Rocco Forte Hotels bathrobes and slippers. All the rooms and suites have complimentary Wi-Fi, interactive entertainment and iPod docking stations.

In the HIX Mayfair Restaurant the best of contemporary British food meets the best of contemporary British art - the menu is all about big British flavours handled deftly and with sophistication - using carefully sourced local ingredients.

For a slice of traditional London life, enjoy the fabled Brown’s Afternoon Tea in the award-winning English Tea Room. The surroundings are a perfect blend of old and new - original wood panelling, antique fireplaces and contemporary artwork.

The Spa at Brown’s is the perfect place to escape the city’s hustle and bustle – walking into a secret haven induces instant relaxation and serenity. The team of highly qualified therapists provide effective and luxurious face and body treatments.

The Fitness club is well equipped with the most cutting-edge equipment and professional trainers.

Outstanding professional and warm service.

Albemarle Street
Surrounded by greenery in the heart of Mayfair, the luxurious and redesigned Four Seasons Hotel at Park Lane is unique in London, yet still true to the city.

The Hotel’s chic design, high-style dining, skilled concierge team and glass-walled rooftop spa and lounge offer travellers to London the highest degree of efficiency and modern sophistication.

The Hotel has 193 luxury guest rooms, including 46 one-, two- and three-bedroom suites, some featuring fireplaces and private terraces with stunning park and city views. The rooms and suites have a classical contemporary ambience, balancing eclectic British sophistication and sleek modern style – rich lustrous walnut or sycamore veneer panels and tartan draperies – modern warmth and classic design elements.

Amaranto Italian Restaurant in London offers a warm environment that extends to a sun-filled glass conservatory and summer al fresco dining in the private garden overlooking Park Lane – the cuisine is Italian flair with English style. Amaranto Lounge is a nice spot for enjoying Afternoon Tea.

The Hotel’s 10th floor is a spectacular Spa, a relaxation lounge, and a state-of-the-art Fitness Centre. Each of the spa treatment rooms features floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing the room to be bathed in natural light while you enjoy the views, then darkened during treatments to provide privacy and a relaxing atmosphere. Private relaxation pods are another of the rooms’ unique features.

Impeccable professional service.

Hamilton Place, Park Lane
Located in Belgravia - one of the most exclusive and elegant areas in central London - it is perfectly placed for spectacular sights and style. The iconic walls of Buckingham Palace border the district and nearby Knightsbridge, Mayfair and Sloane Street make for a fashionable stay.

Impeccably English and perfectly individual, The Goring features 69 sumptuous suites and rooms, each uniquely decorated with the finest furnishings.

The spacious rooms have six-foot king-size beds and comfortable seating areas with armchairs and sofas. The bathrooms have separate walk-in showers and twin sinks. The rooms have attractive views over the gardens. The rooms have been individually decorated – with Gainsborough silk-lined walls, crisp Italian linen and lovingly crafted bespoke furniture, the rooms offer a touch of glamour.

The suites are impeccably English in style and full of character. Each of the one-bedroom suites has an elegant sitting room with a handsome marble fireplace and large windows out onto leafy Beeston Place which bathe the room in sunlight. the well-proportioned bedrooms are exquisitely styled with hand-made furniture in birds-eye maple, mahogany and walnut. The large marble bathrooms feature separate walk-in showers and some have flat-screen TVs.

The Dining Room is beautifully elegant - a place where traditional and delicious British food triumphs. The Dining Room offers an impeccable yet fun dining experience, under the direction of Chef Shay Cooper. Afternoon Tea is served in the luxurious Bar and Lounge every day and also in The Dining Room on Saturdays.

Impeccably English and perfectly individual – warm, intimate atmosphere and superb personalised service.

Beeston Place
Hotel 41 Hotel 41 is located on Buckingham Palace Road, just a five minute walk from Victoria station.

This five-star intimate private hideaway in the heart of London comprises 30 luxurious rooms and suites, high levels of comfort, personal butler, 24 hour room service and staff who outnumber guests two to one.

Although no two rooms are alike, the 30 rooms and suites share a striking black and white theme. You can choose from double or king-size rooms, all furnished and decorated to an impeccable 5-star standard, or hi-tech Hospitality Suites with a lounge that doubles as a dining room or meeting room plus your own daytime personal assistant.

Guests can enjoy round-the-clock dining and complimentary treats in the residents only Executive Lounge 4l - elegant yet relaxed and informal, delicious and satisfying. The menu includes a host of classic favourite dishes prepared by be an award winning chef. And enjoy Afternoon Tea – this refined and most English of traditions – in the peaceful and secluded surroundings of the Executive Lounge. Savour the freshest pastries and cakes prepared specially by the Head Pastry Chef.

Thoughtful touches such as fresh fruit and flowers, delicious snacks and treats, scented candles, rich mahogany furniture and open fireplaces (not all rooms) ensure that your stay is luxurious and welcoming.

Warm and impeccable service.

41 Buckingham Palace Road
The Soho Hotel is situated in a quiet street between Dean and Wardour Streets in the heart of London's entertainment neighbourhood – surrounded by some of London's best restaurants and bars, vibrant cafes and most exciting theatre and nightlife. Leafy Soho Square is a one minute walk and the city's business district is within easy reach.

Each of the 96 bedrooms and suites at The Soho Hotel have floor-to-ceiling warehouse style windows and are equipped with all the facilities expected of a deluxe hotel including WiFi, flat screen TV's, iPod docking stations.

All rooms and suites are designed in a fresh modern English style, offering spacious accommodation and interconnecting room options. The bathrooms are luxuriously designed in granite and oak or marble, with a large walk-in shower and double basins.

The Refuel Restaurant serves modern cuisine with an emphasis on fresh, seasonal produce. Afternoon Tea is served all day long in Refuel Bar and Restaurant or the hotel's drawing room.

Soholistic Gym and Beauty offers a full range of body and beauty treatments, a unisex lifestyle concept – and a work-out room comprising various cardiovascular machines and free weights, along with a steam room and stylish treatment room offering massage and beauty treatments.

The hotel's lobby is a hive of activity with a 10ft bronze sculpture of a cat – the drawing room and library are furnished in colourful contemporary English style with a large French fireplaces and an honesty bar.

Outstanding professional and warm service.

4 Richmond Mews
Amba Hotel Charing Cross is located just steps from Trafalgar Square – housed within a beautiful, Grade II listed building.

Amba Hotel is a unique combination of 150 years of British architectural heritage, attentive service and seamless technology – contemporary design, spacious stylish comfortable rooms, walk-in rainfall showers, fluffy towels and 24-hour room service – an extra touches of luxury to ensure the ultimate in comfort. Free, seamless technology in every room – from fast Wi-Fi and Smart TVs to Nespresso coffee machines and tablets – the Hotel also included complimentary soft drink and snack mini-bars in all rooms.

A very intimate and nice restaurant – windows overlooking the Strand – the award-winning Chef is preparing whatever you want, whether it’s on the menu or not. And for something a little more private, the Hotel recreate perfect mealtimes in your room, and don’t charge you extra just for delivering it to your door.

Top professional service.

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