Best Hotels in London, United Kingdom

This is a list showing the best hotels in London as recommended by the most popular travel experts around the world from CNN, Lonely Planet, Fodor’s, New York Times and more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews. The ratings you see here combine reviews from several platforms, and it's always higher than 4 out of 5 stars.
London is the capital of England and the United Kingdom. London ranks as the most populous city in both England and the United Kingdom. For several years reaching almost two millennia, London has been a major settlement. The ancient core of London which is the City of London still retains its medieval boundaries making it a unique, fascinating and important site.
London is a leading global city in several human endeavors such as arts, commerce, entertainment, education, fashion, finance, healthcare, media and professional services. London also ranks as a leading city in research and tourism making it a popular tourist destination. London is the world’s largest financial center and is often regarded as the world cultural capital.
London is sometimes regarded as the world most visited by measuring the international arrivals and holds the world’s largest city airport system when measuring passenger traffic. London is a top investment destination which makes the city open to further growth and development.
London universities form the largest concentration of higher education institutions in all of Europe with some of the universities regarded as some of the best in the world.
London is the first city to host the Summer Olympic Games three times.
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4.5 Hoxton Hotel London

The Hoxton Hotel, London

CNN

“This smart budget option could not be better located, bang in the middle of the capital’s most buzzing nightlife area. The Hoxton has been a big hit since it opened in 2006, not least for its famed £1 rooms, which it sells throughout the year.”

$155
4.6 Number Sixteen London

Hotel Number Sixteen, London

Frommers

“The Firmdale Hotels group mostly operates boldfaced-name hotels in the West End—the kinds of places where scenesters swill designer gin and fashion magazines shoot. Here, though, husband/wife designers/owners Tim and Kit Kemp create one of the loveliest B&B experiences in the city.”

Featured as Frommer’s Exceptional Choice in London.

$290
4.7 Claridges London

Claridge’s Hotel, London

Fodors

“A grand dame London hotel with a history as rich as many of its guests, Claridge’s justifies its high rates with exceptional standards of luxury and service.”

Featured as Fodor’s Choice in London.

$675
4.6 South Place Hotel London

South Place Hotel, London

Lonely Planet

“A hip, design-led boutique hotel, South Place impresses at every turn. From the art-filled lobby and espionage-inspired theme to the Michelin-starred seafood restaurant and 80 beautifully laid-out rooms – every detail has been carefully considered.”

$246
4.6 Hotel The Rookery London

Hotel The Rookery, London

CNN

“Located in a quiet area a short distance from the Barbican, St. Paul’s, Holborn and the City, the Rookery is characterized by open fires, Georgian detailing, wonky floors and bulging bookshelves.”

$183
4.8 Charlotte Street Hotel London

Charlotte Street Hotel, London

Fodors

“A beautiful boutique property in the heart of Central London, the Charlotte Street Hotel is all literary nods and artistic winks. Located on a relatively quiet side street in Fitzrovia, the hotel is a classy establishment that will appeal to the style maven.”

Featured as Fodor’s Choice in London.

$349