5 Star Hotels in London
D - G

London is one of the world's greatest cities and boasts many luxury hotels that are well worth a stay. So here is page 2 of my list of 5 star hotels in London: hotels with names starting D through G, including the very famous Dorchester and the quiet, refined Egerton House.

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Dorchester

Dorchester Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence With a super-desirable address on Park Lane and sweeping views over Hyde Park, the Dorchester is one of the most famous 5 star hotels in London. Recent refurbishments have brought the hotel up to date without losing its traditional country house charm. The service is supremely attentive and choosing dinner can become a serious chore.



Draycott

Draycott Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence Comfortable and quintessentially English: the Draycott is a five-star townhouse with seven-star service, bordering a leafy Knightsbridge square. Stay here and you'll be right royally looked after from free afternoon tea to champagne and nibbles. Even late-night hot chocolate is not out of the question.



Dukes

Dukes Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence Tucked away in a quiet mews in St. James, Dukes specialises in Edwardian chic - quiet, refined and sophisticated. The restaurant serves traditionally English food, room service is available round the clock, and Duke's bar is famous (or infamous) as the place that decided Ian Fleming on James Bond's favourite tipple.



Egerton House Hotel

Egerton House Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence This small boutique hotel is very family-friendly and famed for its personalised, attentive service. Tucked away in a quiet corner of South Kensington it caters for young families and tourists rather than business travellers. It's atmosphere is quiet and relaxed and there's plenty of space to sit and chill. Oh, and it's famous for its Martini.



Four Seasons

Four Seasons Hotel, Canary Wharf, London © Travel Intelligence The Four Seasons Hotel, right on the River Thames, is an excellent base for both business travellers and families wanting to explore London. Canary Wharf's shops and bars are only a stone's throw away and when the city beckons you can just hop on a boat. In addition, this place has one of the most wonderful pool views in the country - simply glittering!



5 star hotels in London come in all shapes and sizes from grandiose and steeped in history, to modern and bijou. They all offer luxury accommodation, fine food and attentive service. Continue exploring London's luxury hotels:

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