Best Hotels in London

London offers a fine choice of hotels. Visitors can choose where to stay from among the best hotels in London.

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                                                Hilton London Canary Wharf Hotel

The Hilton London Canary Wharf Hotel is conveniently located in the center of Canary Wharf’s business, café and shopping district. The hotel is only 15 minutes from the London City Airport and near many popular London attractions. You will enjoy taking a river taxi to Waterloo and the London Eye, shopping in the West End and a visit to Greenwich. The Hilton’s spacious and comfortable guest rooms are contemporary in style and include flat-screen TVs, wireless high-speed Internet, on-demand movies and a mini bar. Hotel amenities include a business center, fitness center and restaurant.

Hotel Novotel London ExCel

The Hotel Novotel London ExCel is conveniently located in East London opposite the ExCel Exhibition Centre, in the Docklands. The hotel is also near the O2 Arena, Greenwich, Canary Wharf, Stratford and London City Airport. The Novotel’s modern style, spacious and comfortable guest rooms include an en suite bath or shower, sofa bed, work area, large-screen TV, wireless and broadband Internet access, laptop safe, mini bar and tea and coffee service. The hotel’s Upper Deck Restaurant and Bar overlooks the Royal Victoria Dock. Hotel amenities include facilities for business meetings, fitness center, sauna and steam room.

Crowne Plaza Hotel Shoreditch

The Crowne Plaza Hotel Shoreditch sits in the middle of Shoreditch High Street, near Bishopsgate, in East London.The hotel is contemporary in style and features 196 comfortable and spacious guest rooms, which include comfortable beds and leather armchairs. Rooms also include satellite cable TV, mini bar, workspace/desk, telephone/fax, data ports and wireless high-speed Internet. Hotel amenities include a fitness club, sauna, business center, meeting space and a rooftop restaurant.

London Bridge Hotel

In the borough of Southwark, the London Bridge Hotel is a four-star Neoclassical landmark. The façade’s recently restored stone carvings date to 1915, and a traditional fireplace welcomes guests into the lobby. Within a short walking distance, tourists can see the Tate modern gallery and Shakespeare’s Globe theater. The hotel offers a buffet breakfast, complimentary Wi-Fi, a fitness health club with a sauna and tea and coffee machines. Rooms have a contemporary interior and include a roll-away bed, windows that open and a flat-screen television. After dining in the attached Londinium restaurant or bar, guests can take a short stroll to the River Thames, located less than 1,000 feet away.

Danubius Hotel Regents Park

Near the Marble Arch and Mayfair underground stations, the Danubius Hotel Regents Park is situated in one of London’s most plush areas, the historic neighborhoods. It ranks among the best hotels in London. On a relatively quiet street, this four-star hotel is near London Zoo, Camden Town and Abbey Road. Many rooms offer views of cricket grounds and Regent’s Park. There is Internet and 24-hour room service. Afternoon tea is served in the lounge daily or guests can dine at the bar or fine restaurant. Guests looking to shop are only a short walk from famous Baker and Oxford streets

Saint Georges Hotel

Off the Marylebone tube station, Saint Georges Hotel is near Picadilly Circus at the cusp of Regent Street. Though it’s one of the smaller hotels in central London, many rooms are on top floors with views of the London skyline. The brightly decorated rooms offer satellite television, a shower and bath, Internet and soundproof windows. The hotel’s restaurant is on the 15th floor and offers happy hour specials during the week. Guests may also choose to relax in the lounge or bar.


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