London has been a great hub of industrialism within the United Kingdom.
As one of England’s main business districts, London is the destination for many industrialists looking to do business.
Alternatively, London is also a destination for many people who are wanting to travel the world and learn from England’s rich history.
Or maybe, it is your honeymoon and you wish to create some fond memories with your partner.
London is a beautiful city filled with art, foods, architecture, and many other tourist attractions.
Whatever your reason for travel, London is home to many luxurious hotels that will make your stay much more memorable.
These luxury hotels, though expensive, are elegant in nature, and they are generally made to make each guest feel special.
Through their great relationship with their guests, interior design, restaurants, and other amenities, these hotels will provide you with everything that you would need.
If you plan to stay in London, whether for business or leisure, and you are wanting to have the most comfortable stay, check out one of these hotels.
London has many hotels, but there are few that truly stand out above the rest.
Most Luxurious Hotels in London
1. The Bvlgari Hotel London
This luxury hotel has one of the greatest customer services that a hotel may offer.
The hiring manager boasts that the staff culture is informal and impeccable from the ground up.
This means that the staff will treat you with genuine behavior, making you feel as comfortable as possible, while also offering an impeccable service that will quench your every hotel need.
The Bvlgari Hotel is within walking distance of many attractions such as the Victoria Museum and Albert Museum and is also walking distance from some upscale shopping at Harrods.
Each room has been meticulously designed to immediately identify a feeling of luxury to its guests.
The room is designed with layers of beautiful marble and fitted with many modern technologies that will ease your stay, such as flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, Nespresso machines, and most importantly free Wi-Fi.
If you wish to stay at a suite, this upgrade will come with come with an extra seating area apart from the bedroom and depending on the package that you have designated, it may also come with extra living spaces if you are traveling with family, and even a butler service.
You may further upgrade your suite package to live in a suite that has all the aforementioned features, along with a kitchen, dining room, fireplace, and/or terrace.
The rest of the hotel is also up to par with the luxury that you may be wishing to indulge in as it contains many fine dining areas, a restaurant, a bar, a spa, and a fitness center.
The spa also includes an indoor pool, more specifically a hydrotherapeutic vitality pool.
If you plan to watch a movie during your stay, this hotel also comes with a screening room for all their guests to enjoy.
Although this hotel is massively great, it does come with a very hefty price-tag of $4200
2. Claridge’s London Hotel
Built with fine Georgian architecture, this lavish hotel will immediately “wow” their guests through the structure of its beautiful design.
Though it was built in the mid-1800s this building will still let you know that you are staying at a luxurious place rather than an archaic one.
Each room comes with either a nice view of the city streets, letting you watch as the city lights up at night or a view of the hotel courtyard for a bit of a more peaceful scene.
The rooms come fitted with a flat-screen TV and again, most importantly free Wi-Fi.
Upgrades to your suite include extra living areas, personal butlers, a terrace, a rooftop terrace, a grand piano, and/or a 4-poster bed.
The common areas of this hotel also come with a bar, and intimate 1930s cocktail lounge, a restaurant, a lounge offering afternoon tea, and a spa with a gym.
3. The Dorchester Hotel
This 5-star hotel overlooking Hyde Park is a landmark hotel in Mayfair.
This hotel is within walking distance of Bond Street’s designer shops for those who enjoy shopping during their travels.
Rooms here are elegantly designed with marble bathrooms and antique furniture. Rooms come with TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi.
If you wish to pay for an upgrade for the duration of your stay, there are suites available with extra living spaces, butler and/or limousine services, 4-poster beds, and city or park views based on your preference.
What makes this hotel especially great is the variety of food option available for its guests.
Most unique amongst these dining options is a restaurant by the acclaimed Monégasque chef, Alain Ducasse.
Other dining options include a British grill and a Cantonese restaurant with a dim sum menu.
4. Corinthia Hotel London
Walking into the Corinthia Hotel, guests are immediately awed by the glass-domed lobby and the magnificent ball-shaped chandelier that is hung in the middle.
This hotel is within walking distance of the Embankment tube station and Trafalgar Square.
Rooms come equipped with flat-screen TVs, Nespresso machines, and complimentary Wi-Fi because without complimentary Wi-Fi, what’s the point.
Upgraded housing include sophisticated living rooms, penthouses, 24-hour butler services, and private furnished terraces.
This Hotel comes with 2 restaurants and 2 bars, and a lounge for high tea. Amenities include a 24-hour fitness center, indoor pool, and a spa and wellness center.
5. The Ritz London Hotel
Last but not least, we have the Ritz. It is nearly impossible to create a list of luxury hotels without including the Ritz, and the Ritz London does not disappoint.
Residing in the Mayfair district, this hotel stands within a 4-minute walk from the Royal Academy of Arts.
The beautifully designed rooms come with flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, minibars, and obviously free Wi-Fi.
Suites include additional sitting areas, extra living spaces, grand pianos, butlers, and/or luxe airport shuttle service.
Though the building is designed with a bit more of an old-fashioned design, it is bound to leave guests with a very unique experience.
6. The Connaught London Hotel
Built-in Mayfair during the late 1800s, the Connaught has become quite the acclaimed luxury hotel.
The Connaught resides within walking distance of Bond Street and the Bond Street tube station, offering its guests convenient access to shopping and public transport if necessary.
The rooms of the Connaught are beautifully designed with marble bathrooms and luxe linens.
Rooms come standard with flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and butler service. The butler will be your right-hand man (or woman), tending to your needs in order to make your stay more comfortable.
The Connaught Butler assists with unpacking service on arrival, complimentary tea or coffee upon arrival, John Lobb-trained shoe shine service upon request, 24-hour in-room dining, and packing services on departure.
Like the most other luxury hotels, upgrades to your room are available granting extra sitting areas, terraces, art, and even apartment suites with a kitchen and a wraparound balcony.
There are many amenities that are offered during your stay at the Connaught, but the most unique experience will be from the Michelin-starred French restaurant.
Along with its culinary creativity, the restaurant also grants a very charming ambiance allowing guests to fill their stay with very special moments.
7. The Berkeley London Hotel
Built-in Knightsbridge, the Berkeley hotel stands within a short 3-minute walk from a variety of shopping options.
It also resides within a mile from Buckingham Palace, saving you time when exploring all your tourist excursions.
To further enhance the experience of exploring London, the Berkeley offers its guests bikes, so you can quickly cruise around the city experiencing the ambience laid out by the city.
The rooms of the Berkeley have been elegantly designed, having rooms designed by André Fu.
The rooms include industry standards such as flat-screens, marble bathrooms, and free Wi-Fi.
Room upgrades include an extra sitting area or living rooms, loaner iPads, and private balconies.
If you would like to get a nice view of the city lights at night time, The Berkeley’s rooftop is the perfect spot, offering a beautiful panda organic view of the city, rooftop swimming pool, and even rooftop cinema.
Lastly, the Berkeley offers guests many fine dining options hosted by renowned chefs Marcus Wareing and Pierre Koffmann.
8. The Beaumont London Hotel
This deco art building from the 1920s also sits within walking proximity of the shopping activities of Bond Street and Hyde Park.
The Rooms feature deco-style design along with their marble bathrooms, flat-screens, Nespresso machines, with free Wi-Fi and soft drinks.
Upgraded rooms add sitting areas, and/or balconies.
There is even the option of staying in a 1-bedroom suite designed by artist Sir Antony Gormley.
Vanity Fair has commented on the Beaumont’s design, going as far as to say that they were seduced by the Beaumont’s tone of smooth grandeur.
Lastly, the Beaumont offers a variety of dining and bar options.
Most notably, the Beaumont holds the Colony Grill Room, an establishment that has endured as a firm favorite on the London dining scene.
9. The Mandarin London Hotel
This grand luxury hotel overlooks London’s Hyde Park, and resides within close proximity to the Victoria and Albert Museum.
For a more authentic English retreat, the mandarin is decorated with traditional English style opulently designed with rich colors and fabrics.
Standard guests experience comes with marble bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and great views of the courtyard, city, or park.
Upgrades to your stay include additional sitting areas or living rooms, fireplaces, balconies, and/or butler service.
Amenities include a plush spa, fitness center, indoor pool, business center, gilded ballroom, cocktail bar, and a salon with afternoon tea.
Finally, the Mandarin provides guests with 2 exquisite dining options, one being Dinner by Heston Blumenthal.