Hotel Door

Sometimes, only five star luxury will do. If that sounds like your requirements for your next trip to London, this hotel could be right up your street. With a brilliant and central location close to the glitz and glamour of the West End, as well as excellent facilities and impeccable service, it’s highly regarded by regular travellers and professional critics alike.

In terms of facilities, this property has everything you could ever need to make your stay as relaxing and homely as possible. Room service, concierge, currency exchange and high-speed wireless internet access are offered for all guests, and the rooms are stylish and chic. From tea and coffee making facilities to a free daily newspaper, this hotel has it covered.

The restaurant here serves delicious world cuisine, and attracts local foodies as well as hotel guests. After enjoying a meal, head over to the bar, which is a lovely place to enjoy a cool cocktail or glass of bubbly.

Business travellers will also find that choosing this hotel is a sensible decision. Meeting rooms and photocopying facilities are available on-site, so there’s never the need to worry about getting that important project done and dusted. In fact, many guests comment that the business facilities are more up to date than their own offices back at home!

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

Children of all ages will absolutely adore Hamleys, where you can find pretty much any toy or game that has ever been created. There are interactive displays and events throughout the day, making it an exciting and fun day out for the family.

For romance

Alain Ducasse’s restaurant at The Dorchester has three much-coveted Michelin stars and a reputation for absolute excellence. As one of London’s finest restaurants, it provides a romantic evening that your partner will never forget.

For culture

Lovers of classical music will enjoy a trip to Handel House Museum, the home of the infamous German composer. It has been lovingly restored to reflect the life and times of the man himself, and offers a varied programme of concerts and events.

For shopping

Harrods is possibly the most famous department store in the world, and is not to be missed. From designer clothing and accessories right through to food items and restaurants, there’s something that will suit every taste.

For eating out

Gordon Ramsey at Claridge’s offers a modern European menu in classy and smart surroundings. Go here if you take your food very seriously.

For nightlife

A trip to London isn’t complete without seeing a West End show. There’s one to suit every taste, including Dirty Dancing and The Lion King. You can pick up cheap tickets from one of the many stalls in the area.