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Hotels to Look For in London
Posted on 15 December
Who would miss out on visiting the biggest city of Britain and Europe when on a European tour? London is rich in history and it’s the most populated city in Britain. It’s certainly a place nobody should miss out on exploring. So, let’s check out the top London hotels that’ll make it easier for you to plan your stay when in London.
#1 The Langham, London
The royal 5-Star darling is one of the cloud 9 hotels in London with a Victorian grandeur and an unmitigated scenery of Bond Street (known for unrivaled shopping), which is a panoramic view from 380 rooms, and offers full Business Class IT support. The food is the biggest compliment of the hotel; the chefs call it the Langham Food. They even provide you 25% discount if you find a cheaper hotel in 24 hours, no doubt why this hotel is a royalty-favorite. You can also revitalize yourself in a holy Asian way at the Chuan Spa, which I’d call the next level of minimalism. The only sin that you are likely to commit while in here is to sense envy from other guests for having a better suite than you, so they are likely to commit.
#2 The Savoy
With traces of history dating back from the end of the 19th Century, a colossal hall, exceptional suites and more than exceptional service, the Savoy is one of the most sumptuous hotels in London. There’s nothing in this famous hotel in London that you probably won’t take pictures of. Whether it is the genteel word, the uncompromising array of gold tones on the walls of the suite, an exquisite restroom with wonderful supplies that one and all would love to take home as a rule; everything is availed to make you feel at a plush version of your home.Though The Champagne Bar and the River Restaurant adjust to the ambient doldrums of the weekend, yet the ripened English Teashop chases the eye of the guests every time.
#3 Four Seasons Hotel
There are only a few hotels in London that scream luxury from every corner, and Four Seasons Hotel is one of them. The recently renovated hotel has a conservatory, an atrium, and a club lounge in the Bermuda Triangle fashion. The Italian Tea that you ought to sip is the trademark of Italian Heritage. This is by far one of the flattest hotels in London I’ve been to. Everything from the oak trees in the conservatory to the lavish green color of the Hyde Park compliments the Hotels Rooms and Lobby.
#4 Browns Hotel