A very nice and cozy four star hotel located 2 minutes from the British Museum in Bloomsbury area and 5 minutes from the Tottenham Court Road tube stop. The rooms are not very big, but they're very clean and neat. For breakfast, you can go downstairs to the restaurant where you just say your name, get a table, and help yourself at the buffet with traditional English breakfasts with sausages, fried egg, bacon, beans, ... .. or whatever you prefer.
The Eden Plaza Hotel is a 2-star hotel in South Kensington near Chelsea, London, close to Hyde Park and the Royal Albert Hall. It's open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week. The 62 rooms are all equipped with air conditioning, heating, desk, satellite TV, direct dial telephone and a kettle to make tea/coffee. The hotel has no restaurant but has room service with a continental or British breakfast (optional payment) from 07:00 to 10:00 during the week and from 07:30 to 10:30 on Sundays. An Internet Point is available at the entrance, it has a laundry service, it's open to groups and the nearest tube stations is South Kensington.
The Hilton London Tower Bridge Hotel is just behind Tower Bridge and within walking distance of many London landmarks, such as the London Eye and Big Ben. It's a modern hotel installed in a business and shopping complex (More London) next to the River Thames. At night there's much to do, the More London has a number of restaurants which you can easily walk to. Within the hotel there's a bar and a restaurant, The Larder. All rooms are spacious, the Deluxe Room is 28 square meters, all come with wireless internet, flat screen TV and desk. They are modernly furnished with a neutral decor. Rooms start at 165 pounds/night and up to 465 for a double suite, which can accommodate a family of 4 with children. They have teams for both leisure and business, conference rooms, meeting rooms, video options and a health center with golf simulation!
The Mad Hatter pub is a Southwark on Stamford Street, it's a nineteenth-century industrial building and a nice place to have a drink after visiting Tower Bridge and the Tate Modern, which are 5 minutes away on foot. The Mad Hatter is part of the Fullers, who turned it into a 30 room hotel with antique décor of the last century. You are in the neighborhood of Shakespeare, Dickens that was long neglected but became fashionable 20 years ago. The room rates start at 100 pounds if you stay 3 nights, including breakfast. It's a great location, many buses passing by, the restaurant menu is cheap (meals don't exceed 20 pounds/person).
The Hilton London Hyde Park is located in Bayswater Road, in front of "Hyde Park" in the heart of Queensway London, district W2. It is a 4 star hotel with 129 rooms, some have access for the disabled. They are all equipped with bathroom, air conditioning, desk, coffee maker, safe, hairdryer, telephone and satellite television. The property features a 24-hour reception, a bar, laundry service, a restaurant, bellhop and conference room. The metro station is located on the same street as the hotel, which allows easy access to the airport and central London for shopping and visiting museums. Its location is ideal. However, the hotel is non-smoking and no pets. In the reception you can reserve tickets, taxis and restaurants that are in the capital. Underground stop: Bayswater.
The Rembrandt Hotel belongs to the Sarova chain. It's in the Knightsbridge neighborhood, opposite the Victoria & Albert Museum. The area is a bit noisy but the rooms are isolated from the street. The superior rooms start around 140 pounds a night with the prepaid web fare, the executive is 170 and the large is 190 pounds per night. They have air conditioning, internet access, a tray with tea and coffee, pay per view movies, internet, etc.
There are six conference rooms that can be adapted for all sizes of groups. The lounge serves light meals and drinks, while the restaurant The Palette offers a classic British & international cuisine. There are a total of 194 rooms that were recently renovated, but the common spaces look a little old.
The Dukes Hotel offers no less than 90 rooms that are well decorated and equipped with air conditioning, minibar, direct dial telephone, clock radio, safe, and other amenities. The resort features a cocktail bar (that's known for its martinis), a dining room, a lovely wine menu, and a menu à la carte with local and international specialties.
I was in London Bridge May and stayed at the Ibis Wembley, is a 100% smoke-free place, we had a small problem with the reservation for one of the rooms but we sorted it out and they were very good to us, thanks to the guy at the reception called Carlos, many thanks. I would like to contact you to continue giving you my thanks for everything, I thought I would like you to show me Abbey Road.
A very convenient hotel located near the Tower of London and very close to the metro station Tower Hill which connects all major London attractions. The hotel was built in 2000. The hotel has 7 floors and 100 rooms. The staff are very nice, when I was there, there was also a Spanish worker. A highly recommended hotel, the rooms are large and very clean. The private restaurant has good food.
Dandy, sumptuous and very classic. These are the main features of this spectacular 5-star hotel in the exclusive Mayfair district. The Claridge occupies a beautiful art-deco building and the hotel's history dates back to 1854. English royalty and royalty from other countries have passed through the hotel as well as famous figures of culture, arts and politics. It is as if time has not passed, the hotel retains the ambiance, decor and discreet service from another era. A world to get lost and indulge in the heart of London.
Andaz is Casual Luxury chain of the luxury hotel group Hyatt. For those who like design, comfort, the latest technology and what they call "new luxury" or "casual luxury" this is perfect. It's in Liverpool Street, very close to the Gherkin and stuck to the station (no need to take a taxi it's literally 2 steps). It is plagued with modern art (mostly of London artists), organic food and good ideas such as an informal reception (no counter, you sit in one of the chairs in the hall and they take your data with a notebook). It's a marvel. It has a Japanese restaurant, champagne bar and a meeting room that was a former Masonic hall that was found during renovation. Highly recommended.
Very centrally located and well connected in the Strand. Buses stop outside the hotel and the surrounding area has up to 3 different metro stations. Covent Garden station is only 2 minutes away. A 4-star hotel but of quite reasonable value. Anyway, you can visit many important places on foo such as most theaters, Hyde Park, the Tower of London, etc.
The Dorchester is London's 5-star hotel par excellence. The hotel is opposite Hyde Park. For those traveling to London for pleasure, it couldn't have a better location. The service is discreet and professional as they deal with celebrities and Royal guests. The hotel has the best restaurants and bars with a fine variety of dishes and drinks. If you are looking for a luxury stay, this is your best option by far.
I was pleasantly surprised at this hotel. Accustomed to seedy hotels at luxury prices in central London, we found a modern, comfortable, spacious, clean room (with a large lcd tv, air conditioning / heating) at a price that does not mean you have to pawn a kidney. In addition, the area is great: you are 5 minutes from Monument tube station, just before the great column that commemorates the fire that devastated the City in the seventeenth century. There are plenty of amenities nearby: very nice restaurants (one Japanese), Leaden Hall Market with gift shops and pubs (all closed for Easter), a M & S, Boots for medicine and perfume and Santander bank. Within 10 minutes you are on the river and another 10 you are at London Tower and London Bridge. Down from the hotel to the right is Saint Paul's Cathedral. I recommend it for couples, single travelers and friends in small groups.
The Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel is a good hotel located two minutes walk from the Knightsbridge (London's premier shopping area) and 5 minutes from the tube station and Hyde Park. It is a quiet hotel with a great breakfast and very acceptable service. The rooms are more than adequate with all the necessary amenities for business or pleasure. There are many restaurants nearby.
This is a magnificent 5-star hotel in the heart of London with everything at your doorstep, the best museums, restaurants, shops, and theaters. The Edwardian building is beautiful, as is the decoration, English, flowered curtains and classicism. Some of the rooms are a bit small, it must be said, but everything is in an excellent state of preservation. The top floor restaurant is a delight, with glass and views of Piccadilly. One restaurant is led by Marco Pierre White who has 3 stars in the Michelin guide. To leave no detail, the heated indoor pool is a good way to relax after touring the nearby National Gallery.
The Country Inn Suites are recommendable for both business and pleasure travelers. Located in the vicinity, you can find the British Museum, FashionableCovent Garden, world-famous shopping, Regent Street, Oxford Street, Bond Street, and the theaters of the city of London.
The rooms are very comfortable and some of the amenities it provides are non-smoking rooms, a telephone, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, housekeeping, private bathroom, and complimentary toiletries.
They feature a bath/shower combination, cable television and flat screen TVs, high-speed Internet and television internet, both for a fee.
The Royal Sussex Hotel boasts six houses in Sussex Gardens near Edgware Road in London. Paddington Station is only four blocks away. The hotel is also situated less than two kilometers from Harrods, Portobello Road Market and Knightsbridge. Complementary breakfast, tea and coffee are offered in the marbled lobby. The Zebra Club bar features parquet dance floors and serves alcoholic beverages late into the night.
This hotel is just opposite Big Ben and Westminster, a mere 3 minute drive from the Waterloo Eurostar Station, and is close to the London Eye, theaters, shops and bars. It has 187 spacious and modern rooms, a garden, a restaurant that serves international cuisine, a traditional English pub, a fitness center, sauna and steam bath. It also has meeting rooms and parking.