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Travalet’s Pro Traveler: Top 5 Luxury Hotels in London

Architecture, history, art, tradition–these are only a few attractions that you’ll find in one of the most interesting cities in the world. Check out some of London’s most luxurious accommodations before you book your next hotel stay. When it comes to the top 5 luxury hotels in London, this is a list you need to check out!

When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford. —Samuel Johnson

Luxury Hotels in London

1. The Goring

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First on our list is The Goring. It’s a beautiful hotel that is still run by the same family that built it. Built by Jeremy Goring’s great-grandfather Otto in 1910, The Goring may have only 69 rooms but each is individually designed which makes this a unique stay. Don’t miss their glamorous signature four-room royal suite. This is an amazing stay and a Luxury Hotels in London top pick!

2. 45 Park Lane


The elegant 45 Park Lane overlooks Hyde Park in London’s upscale Mayfair neighborhood. This boutique hotel is well known for its art deco decor and fine dining at their signature restaurant, CUT. Wolfgang puck made his restaurant debut in 2011.


3. Claridge’s

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Also located in London’s Mayfair neighborhood is the glamorous Claridge’s. Dating back to 1856, this iconic hotel was a refuge for the Kings of Greece, Norway and Yugoslavia during the second world war.

Over the years, jet-setters such as Audrey Hepburn, Bing Crosby, and Alfred Hitchcock have been guests at Claridge’s. This influential hotel has been visited by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert too! It’s also known for its Christmas tree which is designed and decorated by notable designers in the fashion industry each year.

4. Coworth Park


While Coworth is actually 45 minutes away from London’s City Center, this sprawling country escape is perfect for getting away from the hustle and bustle of London Town. Additionally, Coworth Park is only nine miles from the royal Windsor Castle where tours are held daily.

This lavish hotel spans 240 acres, includes facilities like an eco-spa, stables for over 25 horses, helicopter pad, heated pool, and three restaurants. However, the most notable amenity would be their expansive polo grounds.


5. The Dorchester

What began in the 1930s as one of England’s top luxury hotels, The Dorchester still holds the same reputation today. The hotel has 250-rooms so it’s not a small hotel at all. A terrace on the ninth-floor that overlooks Hyde Park, and a wealth of fine dining. The Dorchester is one of London’s finest destinations.

From its beginning, The Dorchester has been a haven for Royals and celebrities of all genres. Several of The Dorchester’s guests include: Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Barbra Streisand, Diana Ross, Karl Lagerfeld, and others.

Fun Fact: It was while staying at The Dorchester that Elizabeth Taylor found out she had gotten the lead role in the 1963 classic film Cleopatra.

So which hotel are you ready to say in? What’s your top pick?