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Luxury Hotels in Greater London There are plenty of superior hotels in London, and whether you’re looking for a Mecca of modernist chic or a classically impressive five-star suite, you’ll find lots of choice in the area.

Probably the most luxurious hotel in the North West area, and one of the most highly regarded in the capital, is the Landmark London [map]. Built on the site of the 19th century Grand Central Hotel, the phoenix-like Landmark Hotel has risen to form a classic but contemporary effigy of British Victorian elegance.

Built in 1800 The Dorset Square hotel [map], NW1, is the perfect antidote to modern city hotels. Each room is decorated with art and antiques to create an English Country feel while the marble and mahogany bathrooms fuse the past and the present day.

Over in North London the hotel that comes closest to offering salubrious slumber of the highest order is the Hilton Islington. This four-star hotel offers all the class you would expect from the Hilton chain. The room options include standard, suite or deluxe suite but all come with air conditioning, web access and Playstation access. The hotel itself is equipped with an award-winning health and fitness club for those who want to get active, and for those who would rather relax and unwind there’s Sam’s Brassiere and Bar.

The East End is certainly not renowned for its luxurious places to stay. However, if you are in this part of London and need the comfort of a suite and a concierge then all is not lost. There is one five star hotel here - with stunning views of the Thames and all the grandeur you’d expect - The Four Seasons on Canary Wharf [map]. With its riverside location this 10-storey building beautifully combines the contemporary chic you’ve come to expect from modern hotels with the historic elegance of the building itself. And with a penthouse suite and a presidential suite on offer, you should find all the class you need here.

One of South East London’s most prestigious hotels is The London Bridge Hotel [map], London Bridge, SE1. This is the place for large rooms, luxurious bedding and a range of fine facilities that you’ll struggle to find in any other hotel. This is top calibre accommodation and is the perfect place for taking a loved one on a romantic break. Some lucky customers can enjoy stunning views across The Thames. If you want to eat in style try Simply Nico’s and Georgetown inside the hotel which both offer excellent European cuisine.

The stylish exterior of the Mandarin Oriental [map], Hyde Park, Knightsbridge, SW1, is the perfect example of the kind of exquisite accommodation available in the South West area. Boasting five stars the Mandarin Oriental is located right in the heart of Knightsbridge and has views over Royal parkland. Having recently completed a £57m restoration, the award-winning hotel has amazing rooms and suites, two vibrant and exclusive restaurants – both of which overlook Hyde Park, a buzzing bar and London’s most exclusive spa.

Central London has many internationally renowned hotels offering that touch of luxury that helps to make any visit perfect.

Grange City Hotel [map] in Whitechapel is a relatively new hotel offering five star accommodation with fantastic panoramic views over the city and the River Thames. One particularly special feature of the Grange City Hotel is its huge heated swimming pool, an ideal location in which to sooth away the stresses of the city.

Over in Covent Garden its sister hotel Grange Holborn Hotel [map], Holborn, Bloomsbury, offers the same class of accommodation and benefits from equally stunning views across St Paul’s Cathedral and Canary Wharf. The high-class restaurant within the hotel has a unique ceiling depicting the night sky star locations on Millennium night.

Close to The Bank of England, The Threadneedles Hotel [map] is a five star hotel with a contemporary feel. The interior combines traditional oak panelling with marble columns. Bedrooms are stylish in chocolate and purple. Threadneedles City Boutique Hotel is located at Bank, Bishopsgate, Liverpool Street, EC2.

Finding accommodation that goes that extra mile is easy in West London.

For five star luxury book into The Westbury [map], Bond Street, Mayfair, W1. Here you’ll find a grand and impressive famous-named hotel flanked by hundreds of other famous names. The Westbury is close to Bond Street – home to Versace, Tiffany’s, Armani, and Burberry, so if you’re keen to make your shopping trip one to remember a room at The Westbury is sure to impress.

No 5 Cavendish Square [map], is one of the most stylish addresses in the world. The former Spanish Embassy is now a luxurious hotel. This beautifully designed hotel offers individually designed suites which each have their own theme. The stunningly equipped rooms all have their own plasma TV screens, DVD players, and a selection of magazines, chocolates and fruit upon arrival.

If you’re with the one you love why not indulge in some bathroom bonding and order from a menu that includes chocolates, strawberries, champagne and rose petals for the ultimate experience.

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