4.5 Hoxton Hotel London

The Hoxton Hotel, London


“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 $ 155 $ 155 $ 155
4.6 Hotel The Rookery London

Hotel The Rookery, London


“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 $ 183 $ 183 $ 183
4.5 Arosfa Hotel London

The Arosfa Hotel, London


“The Arosfa Hotel is a reasonably priced townhouse hotel was once the Bloomsbury home of artist John Everett Millais. It’s close to Euston Station, the British Museum and the shops of Oxford Street.”

$ 111 $ 111 $ 111 $ 111
4.8 Charlotte Street Hotel London

Charlotte Street Hotel, London


“The huge, comfortable beds and trademark polished granite and oak bathrooms are suitably indulgent, and some rooms have luxuriously high ceilings.”

$ 349 $ 349 $ 349 $ 349
4.7 Savoy Hotel London

Hotel The Savoy, London


“Perfectly located for the shops of Covent Garden and the cinemas of Leicester Square, The Savoy was Marilyn Monroe’s London hotel of choice and, if you can stretch to the £400-plus nightly fee, it can to become yours.”

$ 562 $ 562 $ 562 $ 562
4.4 Pilgrm Hotel London

The Pilgrm Hotel, London

The Guardian

“Space may be at a premium in The Pilgrm hotel, but beautiful reclaimed fixtures and tempting food more than make up for the lack of elbow room. Cocktails, comfort, great cuisine… not things a true pilgrim would expect, but I can imagine food, style and bargain lovers everywhere being happy to make a pilgrmage.”

$ 137 $ 137 $ 137 $ 137
4.6 Artist Residence London

Artist Residence Hotel, London

New York Times

“An intimate boutique hotel in the true sense of the word — small, and loaded with charm and whimsy — with the added benefit of such cheery, personable staff that I watched one guest give a concierge member a hug upon checkout.”

$ 178 $ 178 $ 178 $ 178
4.4 Laslett Hotel London

The Laslett Hotel, London

New York Times

“With its fine style, comfort and friendly staff, the Laslett fills a gap in a neighborhood with surprisingly few boutique hotels.”

$ 195 $ 195 $ 195 $ 195
4.4 Great Northern Hotel London

Great Northern Hotel, London

New York Times

“With an air of history and quick access to the Underground, this stylish hotel provides a great base for exploring London. The theme of rail travel is present in the hotel’s stylish décor: ‘Do not disturb’ signs bear antique illustrations of railway signals, and ‘Couchette’ rooms, with built-in beds, take their design cues from sleeper cars.”

$ 185 $ 185 $ 185 $ 185
4.7 Intercontinental O2 London

Hotel Intercontinental The O2, London

New York Times

“For riverside luxury, try the InterContinental London – The O2, which opened in Greenwich in 2015.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Southeast London.

$ 180 $ 180 $ 180 $ 180
4.6 London Edition Hotel

Hotel The Edition, London

New York Times

“Step through the glass cube entryway and into the soaring marble lobby with its frothy belle epoque ceilings. Don’t let the scenesters in the lobby put you off. The friendly, unpretentious service and beautiful public spaces make for a standout stay.”

$ 382 $ 382 $ 382 $ 382