5 Star Hotels in London

London is one of the world's greatest cities: vibrant and trendy, by turns traditional, sophisticated or cutting-edge. It boasts some of the most famous luxury hotels in the world - and not all of them are steeped in history! A stay at one of the many 5 star hotels in London allows you to experience lavishly designed interiors and outstanding service.

Here are some of the very finest 5 star hotels in London - in alphabetical order.

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41 Hotel

41 Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence This smart, sophisticated hotel is ideal for people who need to visit London on business, but want to bring the family. Close to Buckingham Palace and all the bustle of central London, 41 Hotel is a modern take on an English Gentleman's Club - comfortable, extremely well equipped and unstuffy.


Andaz Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence If the thought of staying above a bustling railway station intrigues rather than appals you, then this is the place for you. The sleek, contemporary design suits anyone with a taste for modern art. The location is ideal for business travellers and its five excellent restaurants cater for most demanding palate.

Baglioni Hotel

Baglioni Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence Here is a wonderful piece of Italian opulence right opposite Hyde Park. The decor is theatrical, the facilities lavish and the service impeccable. Great for a weekend exploring England's capital....


Berkeley Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence Famous for its afternoon tea, rooftop pool and gym and impeccable service, this luxury Kensington hotel can count Sienna Miller and Leonardo di Caprio amongst its guests. And with chef Marcus Wareing presiding over the restaurant kitchen, there's scant reason to go out at night....


Blakes Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence Film stars, musicians and top designers love Blakes, Anoushka Hempel's original boutique hotel. And with sexy, luxurious decor like this, who can blame them?

Brown's Hotel

Brown's Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence London's first ever luxury hotel, Brown's - a traditional English hotel in a converted Georgian townhouse close to Buckingham Palace - has received guests since 1837. Traditionally elegant rather than cutting edge, it serves one of the best afternoon teas in London and its sumptuous suites and supreme service are renowned.

Cadogan Hotel

Cadogon Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence Quintessentially English with a modern touch, the Cadogan is one of London's most famous hotels. Associated with both Oscar Wilde and actress Lily Langtree, whose house now forms part of the hotel, the Cadogan is ideal for some serious shopping in London's Knightsbridge.


Capital Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence Only a few steps from Harrods, the Capital provides a luxurious, intimate home from home. Food lovers like Michael Winner stay here to enjoy the Capital's two-Michelin-starred restaurant. But the Capital is equally well known for its trendy bar and efficient, friendly service.

Charlotte Street Hotel

Charlotte Street Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence Low-key and calm and showcasing original artworks by the Bloomsbury Group, the Charlotte Street Hotel attracts a media clientele as well as film stars like Daniel Craig and John Travolta. The bedrooms are bright and well-equipped and if you fancy a late night movie, there's no need to go out - just book one of the hotel's screening rooms.


Claridges Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence Claridges is a London institution, famous for its Art Deco charm, Gordon Ramsay's award-winning restaurant and the wonderfully traditional afternoon tea served in the foyer. The hotels's guest list reads like the Who's Who and its staff is famous for meeting visitors' requests.

Connaught Hotel

Connaught Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence Here is traditional English luxury at its finest! A private club until a few years ago, the Connaught is the sort of place where everyone knows your name and favourite drink. The bedrooms are stylish and elegant, the restaurant offers imaginative Michelin-starred dining and the atmosphere is soothing whether you're on business or celebrating a special occasion.

Covent Garden Hotel

Covent Garden Hotel, London © Travel Intelligence Situated at the heart of London's Theatreland, the Covent Garden's dramatic stylishness doesn't just appeal to film stars. Chic and confident, it's a great base for a long weekend exploring England's capital.

If luxurious surroundings, fine food and outstanding service are high on your travel checklist, then the 5 Star Hotels in London will certainly fit the bill. From the famous to the grandios to the discreetly tucked away, these hotels have looked after England visitors for many years. So explore the many 5 star hotels in London.

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