5 Star Hotels in London
M - R
If you have the option of staying in one of the 5 star hotels in London, then you'll arrive with high expectations of being spoilt. Each of London's finest has a flavour and style all its own. Whether you like it quietly refined, unashamedly luxurious or outrageously glam, the right choice of hotel is important.
This is page 4 of my list of 5 star hotels in London, containing hotels with names starting M through R. Here you can find such famous abodes as One Aldwych and The Ritz.
Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park
||The Mandarin Oriental is regarded as one of the best 5 Star Hotels in London, grand and classic in a very convenient, central location. The rooms are as gorgeous as the building itself. Business travellers will love the efficient service and the spa facilities are simply superb.|
Milestone Hotel and Apartments
||This luxury Victorian townhouse on the westernmost point of Kensington Gardens takes its name from a cast-iron milestone which still stands in its original position within its boundary. The decor is heavy on period features: drapes and tapestry-covered chairs, book-lined shelves and little tasselled lamps. Sumptuously comfortable and friendly.|
No 5 Cavendish Square
||This elegant boutique hotel is an imposing Grade II listed townhouse, just around the corner from Oxford Street. It boasts ten lavish suites, various function rooms, a chic restaurant, a rooftop terrace and even a nightclub. It's a favourite haunt of rock stars, celebs and a young hip clientele.|
No 5 Maddox Street
||Next to the bustle of Bond Street, this boutique hotel offers bright and spacious apartment-style suites with excellent business facilities and big hotel-service. Business travellers love the home-from-home feel. The hotel offers a 24-hour room service, or a personal shopper can organise your groceries for you should you wish to cook yourself.|
||Another Kit Kemp creation, this is a chic, sleek luxury B & B tucked away in the heart of South Kensington. The service is relaxed, the ambience quiet and muted. Rooms have a fresh, light feel, there's 24 hour room service and the sumptuous breakfast is served in the summery conservatory that looks out onto a beautiful, lemon-tiled courtyard.|
||Luxurious, contemporary and a showcase for original artworks, this hotel with its view over Waterloo Bridge effortlessly links the City with London's West End. Try the excellent food at the Axis restaurant, coctails at the bar, or kick back in the basement pool before a night out.
Radisson Edwardian Hampshire
||This hotel - right on Leicester Square - boasts some of London's best conference facilities. The decor is a chic mix of antiques and Thai and Japanese-influenced design.
The restaurant is a sophisticated space for sampling the Modern British menu, whilst Junior Suites are in prime position for viewing red-carpet premieres outside the neighbouring Odeon cinema.|
||One of London's most iconic hotels, right on Piccadilly. Tea at the Ritz is an institution, the palatial decor and lavish Louis XVI style rooms are legendary, as is the inventiveness of its staff when it comes to keeping its guest satisfied. For the ultimate Ritz experience, book into a suite: think stuccoed walls painted in 23 carat gold leaf, original chandeliers, lustrous fabric wallpaper and marble fireplaces.|
If reading about the splendours of the Ritz Hotel and the other 5 star hotels in London listed here hasn't unearthed anything that's tickled your fancy, there's one more page of 5 star hotels in London to come. Just keep going: