If you are visiting London and looking for the perfect hotel to unwind and lay your head down, here is a list of some of the best hotels in London.
Goring is a five-star hotel situated a few steps away from the Buckingham Palace. Hence, it is one of the best destinations for tourist in the city of London. The hotel is surrounded by lush lawns with flowers and shrubbery. One of the outstanding attractions of this hotel is how much of humour it has about it. Though it’s noticeably luxurious, it’s never too serious about that. In some rooms, you might see giant sheep staring down at you, or you know some rubber duckling is floating in a bathtub. All of these are the unique features that makes Goring what it is.
Visitors in London need to visits this boutique hotel to shop and splurge. The hotel is situated on al stylish and Eccentric Street known as the Monmouth Street. It has distinctive cobbled pavements and French restaurants, which makes the place looks magnificently ancient. Also found in the area are the Royal Opera House, the River Themes and lots of high-end entertaining theatres.
The Ritz is a luxury hotel that can appeal to one and all without exception. The lovely and appealing afternoon tea represents one of their greatest assets, which harkens upon tradition and likewise accomplished our modern need to connect with people from walks of life, and people all over the world. The hotel maintain its grand despite the regularly with buzzing and excitement activities. The room is decorated with bright pinks, baby blues, and yellow colour.
The hotel is previously known as Hotel Metropole; this hotel has been much in demand since its establishment in 1885. However, it has experienced some changes and refurbishments, naturally and that includes the name change. Interestingly the hotel is located within walking distance of the River Themes and the Charing Cross Station, one of the most uses stations in all of London. You can explore the area with foot, trekking to Trafalgar Square, the Houses of Parliament, and other famous attractions. The hotel’s interiors are opulent and comfortably with huge chandeliers, a saloon, modern work of art, and two main.
Tucked away in a cul-de-sac, this boutique hotel is situated in the centre of Soho, with brilliant dining and nightlife right on its doorstep but soundproofed against the street noise. The hotel is infused with bright colours and eccentric, playful touches that well know of the interior designer and the co-owner Kit Kemp.
The sleek, monochromatic ME situated in the heart of the West End action. It is a few minutes away from theatres and Covent Garden, and has some distinctive features such as dark subtly lit corridors and stylish rooms, designed in neutral tones, provides relief from outside bustle. All rooms have integrated digital media hubs and a modern bathroom with rain showers.
Life in London is fun and exciting especially if you are coming for the first time. To ensure you feel at home, you can visit of the above hotels and be rest assured you would be treated with prestige and honour.