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The Londoner features a stunning guest-only club, six concept restaurants and bars including a rooftop lounge, a spa with pool, gym, superfood clinic and beauty salon. Amazing staff and facilities. It was really an exceptional hotel and experience, would definitely go...
Originally opened in 1889, the world-famous Savoy Hotel is situated on the banks of the Thames and less than 5 minutes' walk from The British Museum and The Royal Opera House. It’s in the central part for food & shopping. The Housekeeping was spectacular, very 5-Star.
This 4-star luxury hotel is in London's Mayfair, just off Berkeley Square. Oxford Street is 800 metres away. The hotel has complimentary WiFi, air-conditioned rooms and an award-winning restaurant. location, ambience and very friendly staff
In London's West End, this 5-star luxury hotel is set in a beautifully preserved Neoclassical building. More than excellent service, infrastructure and overall experience
Situated in the centre of Covent Garden adjacent to the Royal Opera House, NoMad London takes residence in the historic Bow Street Magistrates' Court Building. Great breakfast choices! Service is always on point!
Situated in the heart of London’s theatre district, Covent Garden Hotel is a 5-minute walk from the Royal Opera House, and surrounded by some of London’s best restaurants, bars and nightlife. Excellent hotel. Rooms are very big and comfortable
Situated 5 minutes’ walk from Oxford Street, The Soho Hotel features a fully equipped gym with an on-site personal trainer. Friendly attentive polite staff, ready to provide any assistance.
The Corinthia London is located just steps from Trafalgar Square and Whitehall. It boasts restaurants, bars, a florist and London's spa. Layout, fresh flowers, everywhere. Great staff and restaurants.
Ideally set in the centre of London, Broadwick Soho features air-conditioned rooms, a terrace, free WiFi and a restaurant. This 5-star hotel offers room service and a concierge service.
Overlooking London’s Green Park is the world-famous The Ritz London. The staff were amazing - from our airport pickup, to check-in, to the concierges and doormen and...
In the heart of London’s theatre district, the elegant Haymarket Hotel is surrounded by restaurants, bars, and is just next door to the Theatre Royal. This place just makes you feel at home. It's luxurious but warm and friendly, like the staff.
Situated in the West End of London, just a few minutes walk to Covent Garden Piazza and Charing Cross station, the hotel features air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi. Didn't have breakfast, coffees and teas were good, nice variety
Situated conveniently in London, Raffles London at The OWO offers 5-star accommodation close to Banqueting House and Embankment Underground Station. The history, the renovation, so many staff on hand to help direct you around the place, all very...
In London's Theatreland, in the heart of the West End, this 4-star boutique hotel offers beautiful rooms with antique furniture and free Wi-Fi. There is a 24-hour front desk and a library lounge. We only got to stay here for one night but now we wish we could’ve stayed here for longer!
On the corner of Piccadilly and Berkeley Street, 1 Hotel Mayfair is in London’s premier hotel district. Green Park, Regent Street and West End glamour are all within a few minutes’ walk. Dovetale was by far one of the best restaurants I’ve ever had. Absolutely exceptional!
Featuring design to reflect contemporary London life, Charlotte Street Hotel also boasts features of classic elegance such as period fireplaces and a wood-panelled library room. The service was excellent at the front desk, the concierge, the restaurant especially the new girl I...
Amazing teaming with life it is at the other end of Shaftesbury Avenue, where most of the theatres are. A beautiful leisurely stroll to get to Piccadilly Circus where there even more theatres around there and again places to eat, with beautiful heritage buildings.
Crazy, overrated and overcrowded place. Nothing to do with the authentic English history any longer as all you do is bumping into mass loads of disrespectful tourist looking down on their phones thinking they own the place.
Get a river taxi from Towert Bridge to Westminster - see Houses of Parliament - Big Ben - Parliament Square - Walk down Whitehall - see Old Scotland Yard - Cenetaph - Changing of the Guard - Trafalgar Square - Admiralty Arch - Nelson Column - Art Gallery- Walk down the Mall to Buckingham Palace - Tea with the Queen - walk through Green Park to the Ritz - Eros - Piccadilly Circus - Regent Street Carnaby Street Oxford Circus BBC Broadcasting House Oxford Street & so much more !!
I had expected to see Circus Acrobats, Tigers, Elephants, and Trapeze Artists like in a real Circus. I had no idea it was a place of freaks. After my initial shock, I found out President Ronald Reagan had the same reaction to this place as I did.
Brilliant street entertainers , the whole place was like a party , could do with better signage to ' China Town this way ' as it is tucked behind Shaftsbury Avenue and not well signed , Great food though
Busy!! (hence the saying...) Its the starting point for all those other places nearby you want to visit but might not realise are close by...Fornums and Masons,Liecester Square,Regent St,Carnaby St....
Great location just out the centre of London, Tube station about 400yds away so you can be in Piccadilly Circus in about 15mins, Great selection of local shops and café no more than a few mins walk from the apartment. Very handy for all of central London and if your a Beetles fan only a short walk to the famous Abbey Road Crossing and Studio`s. Really quiet area and will stay again on my next trip to London. A great find and great communication from the owner, Brilliant !!!!
The location is amazing - right by Piccadilly Circus. The room is comfortable and the shower was very good. All amenities expected for a hotel of his class were provided.
There are lots of famous areas close to each other and easily within walking distance. We got off the underground at Piccadilly Circus and walked easily to Leicester Square, Trafalgar Square, Regent Street and Covent Garden areas.