8 Hip Hotels In London

London has been a hip city to visit and enjoy for centuries – although the word hip is a relatively new one. However, the definition of hip has changed a lot over these years. One of the leading influencers on the definition of hip has been the city’s hotels. Hotels in London have always been cutting edge, and lead the world in the latest fashions, concepts and services on offer to visitors.

Today we at Hotels.tv London bring you 8 London hotels that are hip at this very moment in time.

base2stay Kensington is central London’s latest serviced studio apartment hotel and is situated next to a beautiful garden square. It has been interior designed from a classic white stucco townhouse and mews, providing guests with fantastic air-conditioned rooms with excellent facilities. Whether your stay is for business or leisure, base2stay has been designed with your comfort and convenience in mind.


No 5 Cavendish Square Hotel is the ultimate one–stop destination to experience London in style. The beautiful Grade II listed building in London’s West End comprises of three bars, a restaurant, a private dining room, a members nightclub, a roof terrace and eight boutique hotel suites. Designed and owned by Anglo-Italian entrepreneur Jay Maggistro, the venue reflects perfectly his passion for style – classic and elegant throughout yet with a contemporary twist.


Chiswick Moran Hotel – the Chiswick Moran Hotel is located in Chiswick about 20 mins from central London and again 20 mins from Heathrow. Chiswick itself is a beautiful, tree-lined suburb of the English capital, with the Thames meandering through and a host of antique pubs and superb restaurants lending the area a stress-free almost countrified air. The staff have been trained to provide the most comprehensive, personal and professional service to each valued guest and should you require any assistance including tourism advice, please call down to the front desk staff who will be more than happy to help.


K West Hotel – Contemporary space, clean lines, full service 24/7, without attitude. Spa in the city for holistic wellbeing. Great food in the Kanteen or room service. King size rooms. Techno facilities including Wireless anywhere. Where did you sleep last night? Relaxation is key, the philosophy is: if circumstances prohibit an escape to Bali or Thailand, then settle into Shepherds Bush for the next best thing. K Spa deals in aromatherapy, massage, hot stone treatments, even dry flotation; a weightless “passive immersion” technique which is just the thing to rehabilitate a damaged psyche.


Portobello Hotel – For the past three decades The Portobello Hotel has been a true original in a world of overwhelmingly bland hotels. The eccentric outsider, it kick-started the current trend for small, offbeat hotels where the interior design is cutting-edge, staff are attentive but discreet, and lobby and rooms alike are intended to feel as intimate as home. This is a nesting experience without the drudgery of tidying up. Owners Tim and Cathy Herring first opened up the pioneering idea in 1970 and with the assistance of the interior designer Julie Hodgess opened the Portobello Hotel in 1971. The trio had already started the nearby Julie’s Restaurant and Julie’s Bar. The present long established Group Managing Partner Johnny Ekperigin first joined the team in 1974 at Julie’s Restaurant.


Caesar Hotel – comprises a group of 19th-century buildings and overlooks Queens Gardens, a very quiet and emblematic garden square near to Hyde Park. It has recently been remodelled, and now, behind its Victorian facade, is a style that is totally modern with design touches reflecting the 21st-century. Colours, fabrics and furnishings have been carefully chosento provide a fresh, innovative, and very stylish ambience. Architectural details of the building’s original character have been used as features in some of the rooms and blend perfectly with the clean, comfortable surroundings. You will find that nothing has been compromised to provide a very relaxing and enjoyable stay at the hotel.


St Martins Lane Hotel is the hippest of hip hotels. The urban chic design of Phillipe Starck has been a hit with those looking to bring a bit of New York minimalism closer to home. Located in the heart of the West End, close to Trafalgar Square and Covent Garden, this much talked about hotel offers great comforts, sophistication and superb dining opportunities.


The Rockwell – is an independent hotel with an emphasis on understated contemporary style, impeccable levels of personal service and attention to detail. Each of the forty rooms has been crafted to create a relaxed atmosphere, whilst retaining an individual character which combines English tradition with contemporary styling. Situated in the London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, many of the capitals best attractions are on the hotel’s doorstep – Harrods, the Royal Albert Hall, the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum as well as the shopping areas of Knightsbridge, Chelsea and Kensington – all within walking distance. The Rockwell is also close to the wide green expanses of Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park.


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