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London has a large choice of luxury accommodation, as you would expect of such a wonderful city, and caters for pretty much everything you might want. Check out the properties below, which we believe to be among the finest in the city.
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The Chesterfield, Mayfair, W1

Just off Berkeley Square, Mayfair, within equal distance from Green Park and Bond Street tube stations, one of London's most beautiful (and most expensive!) quarters is home to the Chesterfield, a classically English four-star hotel. On the doorstep, you'll find a treasure trove of top London attractions: Bond Street, Regent Street, Piccadilly, Burlington Arcade, the Royal Academy of Arts and Green Park are just a few. A little further, but still within walking distance, are the theatres and restaurants, the nightclubs, Hyde Park, Speakers' Corner, and Buckingham Palace.
TripAdvisor named the Chesterfield "Best Performing Hotel in Britain 2008", which will be of no surprise to past visitors. The interior of the hotel is warm, inviting and comfortable, classically English mixed with modern comfort. Staff is at guests' beck and call throughout their stay, beauty therapists and masseurs are on call day and night to provide in-room treatment, while the nearby Natura Day Spa is available to hotel guests at a discount. Each of the rooms and suites is individually and distinctively decorated, yet all ooze classical Englishness, style and comfort, while providing 21st century facilities in the form of satellite TV, complimentary high-speed internet, round-the-clock room service and everything else you may expect from a four-star hotel. Some of the suites offer added luxury in the form of four-poster beds, Jacuzzi baths, or separate lounge areas.
The Chesterfield's Terrace Bar is a great venue for to have a special drink, socialise and relax to live piano music, whereas the Conservatory is the perfect spot for breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea. A traditional English roast, pre-theatre meal, or la carte lunch or dinner experience is available at the formal but intimate Butler's restaurant.
Chesterfield Mayfair (Member of the Red Carnation Hotel Collection), 35 Charles Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 5EB
Phone: +44 (0) 20 7491 2622 Web:

The Leonard Hotel, Marble Arch, W1

Near Marble Arch and Speakers' Corner, a row of classic townhouses make up The Leonard Hotel & Residence, a stunning luxury hotel within minutes' walk of places like Hyde Park, Speakers' Corner, Park Lane, Oxford Street, Bond Street, and the US Embassy. The hotel is within easy reach of London's theatreland and easy connections to all other important business centres and tourist attractions.
The single guest rooms are small but practical, ideal for a short stay, providing a single bed, side table, and small shower room. The double rooms are rather larger, providing additional desk space and an ensuite bathroom with shower over bath; the Deluxe rooms provide even more space, comfort and luxury. The suites are impressive, comprising separate sleeping and living areas or rooms and kitchenettes (some of which fitted with a washing machine); these are perfect for families or couples enjoying longer stays in London. All rooms are decorated in traditionally English style and offer internet connection, mini-bar, safe, and TV.
The hotel lobby is like a extra large living room, with fire places and comfortable sofas, a great area to sit and relax, read, work, or socialise, while the adjoining Seymour restaurant serves typically British meals like Fish & Chips, Bangers & Mash and Shepherd's Pie. A lovely function room is available for meetings or private dinners and will accommodate 10 to 20 guests.
Guest intending to stay in London for several weeks or months might benefit from the Serviced Apartments provided opposite the hotel at 16 Seymour Street. This townhouse has its own entrance, and offers self-contained yet fully serviced accommodation with suites comprising a living room, one to three bedrooms, a kitchen and a bathroom. Guest have the use of all hotel facilities.
The Leonard Hotel & Residence, 15 Seymour Street, London, W1H 7JW
Phone: +44 (0) 20 7935 2010 Email: Web:

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Miller's Residence, Notting Hill, W2

Miller's Residence is a small, slightly bohemian, but luxurious and very romantic 18th century style salon hotel in fashionable Notting Hill, close to trendy Portobello Road, Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens.
Notting Hill Gate and Bayswater Underground stations are within walking distance. Further public transport links across London and to Heathrow Airport are provided via nearby Paddington rail and Underground station.
The communal drawing room of this quirky salon hotel is covered in rugs, furnished with comfy sofas around a fireplace and antiques, and everywhere you look are books, pictures, candles and other little decorations.
Romantic clutter, put together so perfectly by owner and antiques specialist Martin Miller (author of "Miller's Antiques Guide"), that this hotel over the years has drawn in many artists, photographers, fashionistas, and, naturally, hopeless romantics.
Narrow staircases lead to 8 guest rooms and salons, none of them numbered, instead each of them named after an English poet. All rooms have ensuite bathrooms.
There is no room service, and Miller's only offers bed & breakfast (and complimentary evening drinks in the drawing room), but there are plenty of restaurants and pubs in the vicinity.
The hotel does provide services like theatre bookings, dinner reservations, laundry services, radio, TV and broadband internet.
Service is personal and informal, making Miller's a true home away from home.
Miller's Residence, 111a Westbourne Grove, London, W2 4UW
Phone: +44 (0) 20 7243 1024 Fax: +44 (020) 7243 1064 Email: Web:

No. 5 Maddox Street, Mayfair, W1

No. 5 Maddox Street in Mayfair, off Regent Street, is a hip and funky urban retreat, within walking distance of Oxford Street, Regent Street, Bond Street and Savile Row shopping, West End theatre land and Soho nightlife. Numerous Underground stations in the vicinity provide transport links out of the area.
Instead of 'just rooms', No. 5 hosts twelve contemporary self-contained serviced apartments, each made up of lounge, workstation, (stocked!) kitchen, bathroom and between one and three bedrooms. This means guests enjoy the space and independence of a cutting edge pied-a-terre, combined with all the luxury facilities and services imaginable from a five-star hotel.
Guests arrive to a welcome tray with snacks, fruit and drinks, and fully (organically) stocked fridge. All suites come fully furnished and equipped and supplied with high-end technology, air-conditioning, luxury linens and sumptuous toiletries.
No. 5's facilities and services include but do not end at concierge services, dry-cleaning services, laundry service, in-room dining, in-room massages, maid service, porterage, private gym membership, room service and CD/DVD library.
Although every suite comes with its own kitchen, No. 5 also incorporates its own bar and restaurant where guests can choose to wine and dine, unless of course they prefer the staff to personally serve them in their suites!
The mentioned bar offers health foods and drinks as well as indulgent treats, while the 'Patara' restaurant serves la carte Thai cuisine. And although Maddox Street itself is reasonably quiet, the surrounding streets buzz with an eclectic mix of trendy bars and restaurants.
No. 5 Maddox Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 2QD
Phone: +44 (0) 20 7647 0200 Email: Web:

The Parkcity, Kensington, W8

In the heart of London's prestigious borough of Kensington and Chelsea, the four-star Parkcity is a relative 'newcomer', having only been open since 2006.
The hotel, with its own private gardens, is within reach of Earl's Court, High Street Kensington and Gloucester Road Underground stations, and near de great exhibition centres of Earl's Court and Kensington Olympia, as well as the Royal Albert Hall and the fabulous shopping areas of High Street Kensington and Knightsbridge.
Behind the Georgian exterior of the Parkcity hides a contemporary yet luxurious interior. Every guest room is light and airy, and provides a clean and modern interior, large bed, seating area, desk space, cutting edge technological facilities, a personal safe and mini-bar, and naturally a modern ensuite bathroom fully supplied with luxury toiletries and comfortable robes. Corporate and leisure guests can request use of the hotel's in-house business centre and fitness suite.
During the day and into the early evening, guests looking for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, drinks or a light meal are invited to the smart casual Garden Caf overlooking the private gardens, while in the evening Ruby's Cocktail and Piano bar provides a great place to have a drink and socialise to the entertainment of live piano music.
Parkcity's very popular and highly rated Lessandro Restaurant is a modern romantic Italian restaurant, with a fabulous terrace open in summer for outdoor dining. The la carte menu changes with the seasons, but always gives a great range of dishes to choose from, and any food served tastes heavenly.
Staff at the Parkcity provide their hotel guests with 24-hour concierge and room service.
The Parkcity, 18-30 Lexham Gardens, Kensington, London, W8 5JE
Phone: +44 (0) 870 765 7333 Fax: +44 (0)870 765 7555 Email: Web:

The Rubens Hotel, Victoria, SW1

Conveniently located at a stone's throw from both the superb transport links of London's Victoria station and the impressive beauty of Buckingham Palace, The Rubens At The Palace can provide guests visiting London with a practical and enjoyable stay in four-star comfort. While nearby Victoria Station offers unlimited transport links via train, coach, bus and Underground, the hotel itself is within walking distance of many famous London museums, parks, tourist sights, theatres, shopping areas and business districts.
While The Rubens' Palace Lounge offers afternoon tea under panoramic views of Buckingham Palace's royal stables, the Cavalry Bar offers hearty meals and drinks in a warm interior decorated to pay tribute to the history of the British Empire. The Old Master's Restaurant is a great place to have a Full English breakfast, a traditional British lunch or an early (pre-theatre) dinner, while the AA Rosette-awarded Library restaurant offers a more formal gourmet dining experience in the evening.
The Rubens At The Palace has 143 deluxe guest rooms in different sizes, ranging from basic Double/Twin Rooms to rooms providing generous desk space and separate seating areas. For those guests wishing additional luxury, the hotel offers a number of specially themed Royal Rooms and a variety of individually decorated Suites. Moreover, The Rubens can provide a choice of function rooms to host meetings and events for up to 150 people. All rooms and suites benefit from ensuite facilities, modern entertainment equipment, wireless internet connection, and 24-hour room service.
This hotel ensures the concierge team is at every guest's disposal at all times, and even provides an extensive range of specific services to cater for any pets accompanying their owners on their stay.
The Rubens, 39 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 0PS
Phone: +44 (0) 20 7834 6600 Web:

The Sanderson Hotel, Mayfair, W1

Morgan Hotels each come with their own musical soundtrack, to mark how special they are. The Sanderson Hotel in London's Mayfair presents itself as a "lavish urban spa with modern sex appeal". Among the historic buildings with classic interiors in its area, on the Mayfair/Soho borders, this building with its modernist-sleek, functional-yet-stylish, in places almost surreal and sterile Philippe Starck interior, appears almost 'out of place' in its surroundings, yet paradoxically that might just make this extraordinary hotel the jewel in London's cosmopolitan crown, located just off Oxford Street, at equal distance from Oxford Circus, Goodge Street and Tottenham Court Underground stations, not far from the very many West End theatres, clubs, bars, restaurants and shops and the British Museum.
The Sanderson's interior is entirely open-plan, its surfaces are light and shiny, different areas are only separated by translucent curtains or glass. The walls are bare and any paintings are hung on the ceilings instead, while each item of furniture seems a piece of art. This cool design follows through in all areas, rooms and suites of the hotel, meaning the ensuite bathrooms inside the guest rooms, suites and apartments are transparent glass boxes. Still, the paintings on the ceilings, the 'swan' shaped chairs, the 'sleigh' shaped beds, and the balconies with their leafy plants give a breath of calm and romance. The meeting rooms are functionally businesslike without distractions. The Courtyard Garden and Billiard Room are oases of stunning beauty.
Restaurant Suka serves modern world cuisine, inspired by Asia, which makes for a positively eclectic menu. The Long Bar and the Purple Bar are exactly what their names tell you they are, serving cocktails, Champagne, and a choice of Martinis. The Agua Spa provides an all-white centre of delightful relaxing treatments.
The Sanderson Hotel, 50 Berners Street, London, W1T 3NG
Phone: +44 (0)20 7300 1400 Fax +44 (0)20 7300 1401 Web:

The Bonnington Hotel - Southampton Row, WC1

Situated in historic Bloomsbury, this welcoming four star hotel has recently been refurbished and now offers a choice of modern rooms with contemporary design. All rooms are fitted out to a high standard, including plasma TV's, complimentary internet Wi-Fi, round the clock room service, mineral water, coffee and tea facilities and a safe. All rooms are air-conditioned. The executive rooms offer extra touches such as a bathrobe, a larger plasma television, a small fridge, a music centre, DVD films and player, and above all, luxurious and very spacious surroundings. The even more luxurious executive suites are memorably named after Bloomsbury writers. Each is equipped with a large balcony, small kitchen facilities, a fluffy bathrobe and complementary slippers, a high quality music centre, and an elegant marble bathroom. There are both one and two bedroom suites available, and some even have their own washing machine, which makes them ideal for longer stays. The hotel is located only a few hundred yards from both Russell Square and Holborn Tube stations. This central location makes the hotel a great base from which to explore London's greatest attractions such as, Soho, China Town, Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square, Oxford Street, Trafalgar Square, Shaftesbury Avenue and the British Museum.
The Bonnington Hotel, 92 Southampton Row, London WC1B 4BH
Phone: 0870 112 7002 Fax: 0870 033 4356 E-mail: Web:

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