If you like a hotel with a bit of character, try one of these unique hotels. Embrace London's history by staying in the capital's oldest hotel, or in a former prison cell! For something more modern, how about a hotel with its own helipad? Explore some of the most unique hotels in London.
The Chelsea Harbour Hotel is one of London's few five-star all-suite hotels. Offering stunning views of the city and the Thames, Chelsea Harbour is one of London's most prestigious addresses. And if you fancy travelling by river, you can charter the hotel's own catamaran!Read More *: The Chelsea Harbour Hotel *
The Goring family has been running this quintessentially English hotel for 100 years, and it's London's only family-owned luxury hotel. Take afternoon tea by the hotel's immaculately kept lawn, or stroll to nearby Buckingham Palace. The Duchess of Cambridge stayed here the night before her wedding.Read More *: The Goring *
Mingle with the rich and famous at the legendary May Fair Hotel. With its unrivalled location in the heart of the capital, The May Fair is the official hotel of London Fashion Week and home to some of London's most extravagant society events. Choose a suite decorated to suit your mood and indulge in five-star luxury.Read More *: The May Fair Hotel *
St Ermins Hotel is a beautiful, four-star hotel built on the site of a 15th-century chapel devoted to St Ermin. The hotel played an important part in the Second World War, providing a base for the Special Operations Executive (SOE), MI5 and MI6. Today, the hotel offers a tranquil stay in Westminster.Read More *: St Ermins Hotel *
The all-suite 51 Buckingham Gate, Taj Suites and Residences has its own butler service, Michelin-starred restaurant, spa and stunning courtyard. Film buffs will love the Cinema Suite with its 85-inch, high-definition 3D television, while car fanatics can opt for the Jaguar Suite, whose design was overseen by the car manufacturer’s design director.Read More *: 51 Buckingham Gate, Taj Suites and Residences *