Five Fabulous 5-Star Hotels In Wonderful Westminster – London

Westminster is one of my favourite parts of London. It has the best of everything, restaurants, galleries, shops, museums, and, of course, hotels. Westminster is a great place to be based to visit London if you are here for one night, or for much longer. Westminster also has a wonderful and varied range of 5-star hotels to choose from to make your stay even more perfect.

In today’s Blog post we at in London are delighted to bring you Five Fabulous 5-Star Hotels In Wonderful Westminster. 

Charlotte Street Hotel is London’s urban hideaway situated in the media neighbourhood of North Soho, popular with business and discerning tourists. It is just a couple of minutes walk from Oxford Street, Soho Square, the theatre district and the West End’s attractions, and is surrounded by some of London’s most vibrant bars, restaurants and cafes. Interiors by Kit Kemp reflect a fresh modern English style. The ground floor is pure activity. A vast lobby leads onto a drawing room and a library. There is “Oscar”, a buzzy brasserie with open kitchen and a mural depicting scenes of contemporary London Life.

Le Meridien Piccadilly Hotel is one of the finest hospitality establishments in London, keeping its five stars shined with a tradition of luxury, efficiency, comfort and welcoming smiles. Le Méridien Piccadilly is in the heart of London’s famed West End theatre and shopping districts and is close to the City. Right on Piccadilly Circus, the hotel is within easy walking distance of Westminster, home to the United Kingdom’s Government. Also nearby are the Royal Academy of Arts, the National Gallery and Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park, Green Park and Covent Garden. All west end theatres are within 10 minutes walk of the hotel. Theatre lovers can gorge themselves on the variety of quality performances of famous plays staged in the surrounding West End theatre land. The hotel is within 40 minutes of all London airports.

Langham Hotel opened in 1865 as England’s, and Europe’s first grand Hotel. As a renowned London hotel with a distinct charm and character, it offers the comfort and refinement of a 19th-century age, complemented by every modern five star amenity of the 21st. A Victorian landmark with an exceptionally rich heritage, the Langham has hosted royalty, foreign dignitaries and celebrities over the last 140 years, providing an oasis of comfort, luxury and tranquility.

Westbury Mayfair Hotel is an exclusive four star deluxe hotel, located in the heart of Mayfair and is the only hotel on London’s famous Bond Street. At the Westbury, you will enjoy a unique advantage point from which to explore the sights, sounds and experiences around you. Surrounded by the leading names in fashion, art, and commerce, it caters for London’s most discerning guests, whether on business or pleasure. The Westbury has Versace, Tiffany’s, Armani, Sotheby’s and Burberry as neighbours and is very close by are the main shopping areas of Oxford Street and Regent Street.

Ritz Hotel – Style, sophistication and old-fashioned levels of genuine service come together at 150 Piccadilly, London. The Ritz, superbly located at the centre of the fashionable heart of the captial, has been a source of the very best traditional hospitality. Guests at the hotel, for business or pleasure are surrounded by comfort and elegance. The Ritz, its name alone, has long conjured up imagery of grand entertainment, important society gatherings and sublime cuisine. The magnificent hotel was born out of the work of Ceasar Ritz, the son of an Alpine shepherd, who made his profession out of catering to the tastes of European high society.

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