Jetsettying over to London can knacker out any ol’ grockel, especially after a long flight. So why not try one of these extraordinary luxury hotels in London for some R&R?
With exclusive dining, wellness spas, and a personal butler you can dial down your brain to the “no-brainer” position. Brilliant!
By the way, since London is only a 2-hour flight from Barcelona, Spain, you might want to check out our top Barcelona luxe hotels as well.
252 High Holborn
London, WC1V 7EN
Set near Covent Garden, Rosewood London is an ideal base for experiencing London. Stepping out into the heart of the city, guests enjoy easy access to a range of luxury boutiques and world-class restaurants.
From traditional British ale houses to Michelin-starred dining. This exquisite hotel is also just a stone’s throw from London’s cultural hotspots- the British Museum, Royal Opera House, and Theatreland.
The Rosewood London butler is unlike any other. They are intuitive, refined, and have exceptional attention to detail. You can also find some of these sweet services in some of our New York City luxury hotels.
This ensures that guests enjoy a truly personalized stay from the moment they enquire. Specifically, they can-
- communicate via your personal Whats App
- Social itinerary planning
- Transport organization
- Celebration planning
- Packing and unpacking to your personal preferences
- Pressing and laundering
Should there be butlers at space hotels too? We think so. We’re going to need someone to dry clean the space suits when we’re booking our rooms in space as well.
And the Pie Room? This is heaven on Earth. Spearheaded by Executive Head Chef and pastry expert, Calum Franklin, The Pie Room at Holborn Dining Room is a treasure trove of savory delicacies. Swing by and take away one of these beautifully intricate pastry creations.
Since the medals for the 2021 Summer Olympics will be served to the winners on trays (yeah, Covid), it looks like some of these butlers can moonshine with an all-expense-paid trip to Japan.
10 Berners Street
London, XGL W1T 3NP
Located in a historic building on the outskirts of Soho, just moments from Mayfair and Covent Garden, stands the luxury hotel, The London EDITION.
This 5-star hotel offers both a reinvention of its landmark building and the luxury hotel experience.
The boutique hotel blends thoughtful design and intuitive service with excellent dining and nightlife in a space that boldly brings together the past with the present.
It’s worth checking into this place just to experience the stunning lobby. One of the most elegant we’ve ever seen! You’ll also want to experience the Loft Terrace rooms offering stunning views of London.
66 KNIGHTSBRIDGE, SW1X 7LA, LONDON
This luxury hotel is in a great neighborhood for travelers interested in shopping, parks, and city walks. Sitting between glorious Royal Parkland and the buzz of central Knightsbridge, Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park is re-imagined and re-invented.
As part of the most-extensive multi-million-pound restoration in the hotel’s history, internationally-renowned designer Joyce Wang oversaw the new design of all the rooms, suites, and public areas.
Inspired by the natural beauty of neighboring Hyde Park and the glamour of the 20th century Golden Age of travel.
Mandarin Oriental has its MO Magazine where they bring you into a slice of life of notable people who are fans of the hotel. These are testimonials that make believers out of us! Remember to hit up some of these great London pubs while killing time in the area.
45 CURTAIN ROAD, LONDON EC2A 3PT
The Curtain sits in the heart of Shoreditch, London’s most creative district. Centered around 120 guest rooms and suites.
They’ve got a rooftop pool and lounge, 24-hour gym, treatment rooms, co-working space, and 6,000 square feet of event space, with a ballroom, screening room, and more.
The Curtain’s sense of space is absolutely stunning, and this warehouse conversion to a luxury hotel hits all the high marks with us.
The clubby screening room is especially notable, reminiscent of those speakeasy days.
1c Portland Place, Regent Street
London, GB W1B 1JA
This is the kind of place you’d expect to see the Queen stroll by. With a history of delighting guests and providing personalized service since 1865, The Langham, London is truly a London icon.
With the recent addition of deluxe suites, a British tavern, The Wigmore, and a new spa, Chuan Body + Soul, the reimagining of Europe’s first Grand Hotel is ever-evolving.
You can enjoy the option to upgrade to a room or suite with Langham Club Lounge access with a wide range of all-day privileges. Privileges you say? Do go on!
Aside from the fabulous butler service, you can add this to your upgrade-
- Access to The Langham Club Lounge serving culinary offerings from all of The Langham, London’s restaurants and cocktail bar
- Continental and hot breakfast selection
- Fine Champagne and cocktails are available throughout the day complemented by evening canapés
- A sampling of afternoon tea (hey, when in Rome…or London in this case)
Afternoon tea at The Langham, London is a special experience and our award as ‘Best Afternoon Tea Service 2018’ is a testament to this.
1 Ham Yard, London W1D 7DT
This top luxury hotel in London is British design at its finest. In the midst of Soho and moments from Mayfair, Ham Yard Hotel has an urban village feel.
The hotel revolves around a tree-filled garden with a bronze sculpture centerpiece by Tony Cragg. Alongside the hotel’s 91 individually designed bedrooms and suites are 24 apartments, 13 independent stores, and a restaurant and bar with outdoor dining. There are a drawing room and library, Spa and Gym, theatre, and private event rooms.
The 1950’s style bowling alley called the Croc is too cool for words and the rooftop garden has fantastic sweeping views of the Soho skyline. There’s another vintage bowling we love and mentioned in Highland Park, Los Angeles.