Just moments away from Harrods and the luxury shopping area of Brompton Road, this four star hotel is the ideal pick for travellers who want to feel like royalty when they visit London. With excellent facilities and an enviable setting, it is a highly desirable residence. Local transport links mean you’ll never be too far away from the action in the heart of London, whether it’s a wild night out or just a spot of shopping.
Hotel facilities include room service, concierge, a car rental desk, laundry, a limousine service, a night porter, parking and high-speed wireless internet access.
Rooms are tastefully decorated and come with heating, private bathrooms, complimentary toiletries, large comfortable beds and air conditioning and heating.
The staff here are well known for their knowledge of the local area and their willingness to go out of their way to help guests however they can. If you want to know where’s the best place to eat, where serves the best cocktails, or just where you can get a really good cup of tea, you can rely on their expertise and in-the-know suggestions.
If you’re bored of the usual chain and cardboard cut-out hotels, try this one instead. You won’t be disappointed, and you’ll be amazed at just how much money you’ve saved.
Our top picks close to this hotel
The Tower of London is a historic castle on the banks of the Thames, with an interesting and colourful history. Take the whole family for a fun day out.
Tower Bridge is one of London’s most photographed constructions, and taking a romantic walk in the area is a great date idea. Show off your local knowledge by telling your partner about how Tower Bridge is regularly confused with London Bridge, a lesser-known structure further down the river.
Tate Modern showcases the very best in modern art. With pieces dating from 1900 to the present day, there’s something that will fascinate art fanatics of all tastes.
Divine is a tiny little shop bursting at the seams with chocolately goodies. Stock up on presents to take home for friends and family.
For eating out
The Riverlounge Italian restaurant offers great value with its set menu, and it also has fabulous views across London. Book a table, as it often gets busy. The wine list is excellent.
Shakespeare’s Globe is a theatre with a unique and intimate atmosphere. If you prefer your nights out more upmarket and sophisticated, it’s definitely something to put on your to-do list.