London has the greatest boutique hotels, shop, cafes and restaurants in the world, probably. The UK’s capital city is an inspiring place for creative people in all industries and sectors. This is great news for visitors to London, as you don’t have to travel too far to find unique products and services of every kind. Boutique hotels have been around for a number of years now and have continued to add and improve services and facilities. We have taken a look at these amazing boutique hotels and are delighted to bring you 5 Superb Boutique Hotels In London.
Draycott Hotel – the perfect balance of luxury, privacy and location, poised between London’s fashionable Chelsea and Knightsbridge, presented and staffed as a grand Edwardian residence, The Draycott Hotel is not a hotel, it is a home. For those who have yet to stay at The Draycott Hotel, it should come as a very pleasant surprise. Perhaps even as a breath of fresh air. To quote one of their guests, “most hotels only give you a sense that you’re comfortable while on your way somewhere else. This one gives you the impression not that you’re just passing through – but that this is where you’re meant to be”.
5 Maddox Street Hotel is the hotel alternative consisting of twelve, one, two or three bedroom suites with private kitchen facilities. Located in a peaceful hideaway just off Regent Street, No.5 is five minutes from Soho or Mayfair in the heart of central London. The philosophy behind No.5 is to meet the needs of the modern traveller. It offers space, thoughtful service, good design and all the comforts of a home for the price of a luxury hotel bedroom. Here one can live, work, eat, relax, sleep and entertain with complete freedom.
Dukes Hotel – Discreetly located in the heart of London in St. James’s, Dukes has 90 bedrooms and suites, the renowned Dukes Bar, the Dining Room, Drawing Room and Conservatory, several private meeting rooms and a Health Club. 90 elegantly designed bedrooms and suites all with marble bathrooms, air-conditioning, and up-to-the-minute key features.
Metropolitan Hotel is among the capital’s most enduring design phenomena; a hotel that combines cool looks and cosseting service with a contemporary mindset, putting it squarely on the map of travellers seeking to be at the centre of the action. From the floor-to-ceiling windows, look out over a glittering skyline comfortable in the knowledge you are standing right where it matters – on Park Lane, with one of London’s best bar’s and restaurant in the very same building.
Charlotte Street Hotel – Charlotte Street 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. Each of the 52 bedrooms and suites are equipped with a safe, CD player, VCR, two line telephone with voice mail, modem points, fax outlet, cellular telephone and large writing desk. Bathrooms are in solid granite and oak, with TV’s and walk-in showers. The four Loft Suites have soaring windows and ceilings and the two open-plan Penthouse Suites have private elevators and spectacular views overlooking the rooftops of London.
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