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Town Hall Hotel


Set in the heart of London’s vibrant East End, the award-winning Town Hall Hotel combines architectural splendour with cutting-edge design and a devotion to the pleasures of life.





Website: wwwtownhallhotel.com

Address: Town Hall Hotel, Patriot Square,

               Bethnal Green, London E2 9NF

Price:      From £130


The Hoxton


With a funky urban lodge style – think open fireplaces, classic leather furniture, exposed brickwork and the occasional faux moose head – and an unbeatable buzzy atmosphere, the much loved and highly rated 4- star Hoxton Hotel Shoreditch epitomises the trendy urban cool of Hoxton itself  but with surprisingly competitive prices.




Website: www.thehoxton.com

Address:  81 Great Eastern St, London, EC2A 3HU

Price:      From £90

My Hotel


Myhotel Bloombury is a hip and highly regarded boutique 4-star hotel which offers a sumptuous zen-like sanctuary. Occupying a classic Georgian townhouse on the corner of a fine Bloomsbury terrace its a short distance from Tottenham Court Road, Oxford Circus and Covent Garden too just in case you fancy a bit of gratuitous shopping.


Website: www.myhotels.com/bloomsbury

Address: 11-13 Bayley Street, Bedford Square, London, WC1B 3HD

Price:      From £110

The Rookery


Tucked away, only a short distance from St Paul's Cathedral, the Bank of England and the Old Bailey, the only remaining early houses in Peter’s Lane have been repaired and extended to create our delightful boutique hotel.

Inside, The Rookery is all period charm. Polished wood panelling, stone flagged floors, open fires and genuine antique furniture give the place a warm, homely atmosphere.


Website: www.rookeryhotel.com

Address: The Rookery, 12 Peter’s Lane

               Cowcross Street, London

               EC1M 6DS

Price:      From £190

Rough Luxe


This is a really unique and highly rated London 4-star boutique hotel which only has nine rooms offering a very intimate stay. And that’s not all – when you are inside Rough Luxe you’ll notice that the walls are peeling, the floorboards are bare and the surfaces are unfinished. It’s really quite an unusual asthetic for a central London hotel, the very best of shabby chic! Located a 2-minute walk from King’s Cross and St. Pancras tube and train stations (so in a very accessible distance to the city centre)



Website: www.roughluxe.com

Address: 1 Birkenhead street, London, WC1H 8BA

Price:      From £120


No 5 Maddox Street


An exclusive, all-suite hotel located in a prestigious Mayfair central London location (just off Regent Street, and very near Bond Street, Oxford Circus, Soho and Piccadilly Station) and in fact has more in common with an apartment – just with a handy onsite 24-hour concierge ready to attend your every whim (well almost!). Inside feels like having your own central chic London pad complete with both space (with one to three bedrooms), modern amenities and gorgeous contemporary decor. In-room spa treatments are also available – you won’t want to leave!


Website: www.hotelscombined.co.uk/Hotel/No5MaddoxStreet

Address: No. 5 Maddox Street Mayfair, Soho, London

Price:      From £150

Hilton Bankside


Seattle-meets-South-London, with big industrial doors, fluted glass, subway tiles, lots of natural textiles and some excellent lighting. The effect is contemporary and warm, with lots of timber cladding – wall covering du jour, jolly nice too - offset by polished concrete floors, a subtle nod to Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall. Giant wooden numbers mark each floor and walls sport a collection of works by 11 British artists.


Website: www3.hilton.com

Address: 2-8 Great suffolk street, London, SE1 0UG,

Prices:    From £250

The Goring


London's last remaining family-owned luxury hotel. Crafted over a century by one family, The Goring is the genuine article - a grand hotel with impeccable manners and a subtle streak of wit and wonder.



Website: www.thegoring.com

Address:  15 Beeston Place, London, SW1W 0JW

Price:       From £350

Leman Locke


From the moment you walk into 4-star highly rated Leman Locke you know the owners have seriously good taste. Oozing luxury and style with bags of personality thrown in, the design at Leman Locke epitomises its uber-trendy surroundings – uplifting pastel pink upholstering and light wooden floors are beautifully juxtaposed with industrial style furniture. Located on the easterly edge of London’s Square Mile, within a stone’s throw of Aldgate East tube station.


Website: www.lockeliving.com/leman-locke

Address: 15 Leman Street, Whitechapel, London, United Kingdom

Price:      From £95 per night

Twenty Nevern Square


This immaculate and unique London boutique hotel flanks the tranquil gardens of Nevern Square in the highly fashionable area central area of Kensington/Earls Court (and only a 4-minute walk from Earl’s Court Station on the District Line). Housed in a beautifully restored Victorian town house with hints of Far Eastern exoticism and lashings of a modern-colonial style,  It’s honestly about as far away from a sterile chain hotel as you can get.


Website: www.20nevernsquare.com

Address: 20 Nevern Square, Earls Court, London, SW5 9PD

Price:      From £60 per night

The Exhibitionist


With a name like the Exhibitionist you know this exceptionally rated trendy London hotel isn’t going to be for wallflower types, although I quickly have to add there’s nothing even the tiniest bit seedy about this place! Set in a row of handsomely restored 18th-century townhouses, this is ultra-hip 5-star boutique hotel has a very elegant and luxurious design, just filed with an Aladdin’s cave of striking contemporary art pieces.


Website: www.theexhibitionisthotel.com

Address: 8-10 Queensberry Place, London

Price:      From £90

Megaro Hotel


The fabulous and very cool 4-star Megaro Hotel is both reasonably priced and perfectly located for Kings Cross Station and easily exploring central London by a very short tube or bus ride Expect the trendy rooms to feature large rain showers, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, and the apartments have additional kitchens.


Website: www.themegaro.co.uk

Address: Belgrove St, King’s Cross, London, WC1H 8AB

Prices:    From £90



Set on the first floor on an elegant Victorian building situated in the heart of Brick Lane, forgot the name, these are beautiful and already impeccably-rated hip apartments. The decor at these very cool London pads is exceptional and the place is decked out in a true trendy open-plan loft style with exposed brick walls, new oak floors, cool designer furniture, custom artwork, a new kitchen, a new bathroom complete with rainfall showers and several large Victorian windows ensuring the whole place is bathed in light


Website: crashpadsshoreditch.co.uk

Address: Unit 1, 9a club row, Shoreditch, London, E1 6JX

Price:      From £110



If you’re wondering where many an A-lister stays while they’re in town, then look no further than the seriously stylish and exceptionally rated five-star Andaz, a place often cited as one of the world’s best hotels. Housed in a historical red brick Victorian building this wonderful contemporary London hotel combines sumptuous modern designs with ornate historical features.


Website:  londonliverpoolstreet.andaz.hyatt.com

Address:  40 Liverpool Street London,  United Kingdom, EC2M 7QN

Prices:     From £120 per night

Artist Residence


If you are artistically inclined, then you’ll be seriously charmed by the 4-star and already very highly rated Artist Residence. Located in lovely Pimlico, the whole of this trendy London hotel exudes an eclectic but homely luxury. The innovative owners have had their favourite urban, graphic and street artists decorate each of the ten rooms and the result is a very impressive collection of creative and colourful bedrooms. All are genuinely different from one another and are filled with rescued and repurposed furniture – think distressed-wood, hand-crafted beds and tea chests for bedside tables.


Website: www.artistresidence.co.uk

Address: 52 Cambridge Street, London, SW1V 4QQ

Prices:    From £110



Housed in a beautifully ornate 1876 Victorian townhouse, this immaculately presented and exceptionally rated chic 4-star London hotel really does manage to conjure up a quintessentially English, old-world charm. With a sweeping staircase, intricate stonework and stained glass windows, The Bailey’s Hotel prides itself on its chic but characterful design.



Website: www.millenniumhotels.com

Address:  140 Gloucester Road, London, United Kingdom, SW7 4QH

Price:       From £110 per night

The Zetter


This contemporary and highly regarded 4-star boutique hotel caters to a hip design-loving crowd. Once a Victorian warehouse, now The Zetter houses 59 guest rooms individually designed in a romantic but bold retro-modern style.

Located in the heart of London’s trendy creative neighbourhood Clerkenwell (only a short distance from Farringdon Railway Station Barbican Tube Station – both of which have trains which will run you quickly into the centre)


Website: www.thezetter.com

Address:  St Johns Square, 86-88 Clerkenwell Road, London, EC1M 5RJ

Price:      From £190

The Hide


The Hide Hotel is one of the lower to mid range priced hotels in London and is already very popular accommodation option in the capital. It has set itself apart from other London hotels in this bracket as it actually makes an effort with the decor – expect 4-star chic and stylish boutique furnishings but without the huge designer price tag.



Website: www.thehidelondon.com

Address: 230 Hendon Way, London, NW4 3NE

Price:      From £80

Four Seasons


Surrounded by greenery and gardens in the heart of Mayfair, Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane seamlessly balances award-winning design with the city’s high notes. Take in views of Hyde Park from the glass-walled rooftop spa and lounge, savour afternoon tea, or stroll to one of three royal parks in this vibrant district that gave early rise to British art.



Website: www.fourseasons.com/london

Address: Hamilton place, Park Lane, London, W1J 7DR

Price:      From £600

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