London is the capital of style and luxury accommodations. Whether its a big hotel or something more boutique, London offers grand choices.
The Berkeley The freshly refurbished Berkeley hotel in Knightsbridge feels brand new with its new glass front and art deco inspired pale marble floors with touches of silver. Incredibly fashionable, it boasts the ideal location for shoppers being close to both Harvey Nichols, Sloane Street and Harrods. In house the Pret-a-Portea afternoon tea should not be missed, and cocktails at the trendy Blue Bar offers a modern and exciting cocktail menu by some very innovative mixologists. Wilton Pl, Knightsbridge, London
The Connaught A baby grand dame in the heart of Mayfair is the epitome of old world mode. Dark wood and gilded interiors are more subtle than overpowering. A very fashionable address, one does feel very special inside this London establishment. Enjoy a martini made right at your table at the world famous martini bar, and follow up with dinner at one of the best restaurants in the world at their Michelin starred restaurant by Helene Darozze. The best of the best. Carlos Pl, Mayfair London
11 Cadogan Gardens It doesn’t get more boutique then this bijoux hotel in the heart of Chelsea. This discreet hotel is in a period brick house right behind Sloane Square has opulent interiors like those in a country estate, indeed you do feel as if you are in a private home. A plush sitting room bar and an in house restaurant dedicated to Truffles does make this hotel quite posh. 11 Cadogan Gardens, Chelsea, London
Brown’s Hotel One of London’s original hotels, Brown’s is quintessentially British in the best possible way. While the Rocco Forte group have given it a freshening up with some modern flair, Brown’s remains classical and traditional. Steps from Bond Street in Mayfair, its location is prime for shops, restaurants, sights, and nightlife. The hotel serves the best traditional afternoon tea in their English Tea Room, not to mention their chic Donovan Bar serves up some sexy cocktails. The famous Hix is the resident restaurant so even with the great location there is much to entertain at the hotel. It really doesn’t get more English than Brown’s. 33 Albemarle St, Mayfair, London