5 Star Hotels in London
H - L

London, a top tourist destinaton, offers accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets. If it's luxury you're after, you can't go far wrong checking out these very luxurious abodes. Here is page 3 of my list of 5 star hotels in London: hotels with names starting H through L, including the minimalist Hempel and the hip Haymarket.

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Halkin

Halkin Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence Situated in busy Belgravia, the Halkin is nevertheless quiet and very private. A stylish designer hotel fusing English charm with a touch of Oriental serenity, it also boasts the first Michelin-starred Thai restaurant in Europe.



Haymarket

Haymarket Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence This is the place to be seen in London and you might even bump into the Beckhams while you do so. Staying in the Haymarket is like spending your nights at the Tate Modern. The decor is a blend of vintage and cutting-edge and then, there's the pool bar in the basement....



Hempel

Hempel Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence The Hempel was London's first minimalist hotel. It has lost some of its outrageousness, but kept its sense of space and style with a capital S. If you like truly inspired interiors as well as great service - stay here.



Jumeirah Carlton Tower

Jumeirah Carlton Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence This is one of the UK's Top 5 business hotels, with spa facilities worth relaxing in after a hard day's work and a great restaurant serving traditionally British fare. It's a very family-oriented hotel, so bringing the kids on an extended business trip need not be a chore.



Jumeirah Lowndes

Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence Located in a tranquil corner of Knightsbridge, full of dinky fashion boutiques and only a short stroll from Sloane Square, Harrods, Hamley's and Hyde Park Corner. This is Yummy Mummy territory; serene, polished and inoffensive.



Knightsbridge Hotel

Knightsbridge Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence This small boutique hotel, just round the corner from Harrods, is great for hip, funky travellers who like Kit Kemp's designs. It's in a great location, full of interesting bits of art and very family-friendly.



Lanesborough

Lanesborough Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence If period grandeur, old cognac, superlative service and the best afternoon tea in London sound enticing, then this is where you should elect to stay. The location (on Hyde Park Corner), the luxurious surroundings and the attentive staff will make you feel like a foreign monarch.



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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