Luxury Hotels in North West London
|| For lavish, luscious
and luxurious dream inducing accommodation, north west
London has something for you.
Probably the most luxurious hotel in the area and one
of the most highly regarded in the capital is the Landmark
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.
Rooms range from airy ‘executive’ to lavish
‘suite’, all at prices that more than match
the five-star rating. The Landmark London also has an
onsite restaurant serving international cuisine for lunch,
dinner and ‘jazz brunch’ on a Sunday.
Dorset Square [map] is an historic part of north west
London and is most well known for being the original site
of Lord’s Cricket Ground [map] . However the area
is also home to a rich, elegant little hotel which embraces
its history but isn’t afraid to sprinkle it with
contemporary touches. Built in 1800 The Dorset Square
hotel [map], 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.
The Bernard Shaw Park Plaza [map] is 16 floors of deluxe
accommodation in the district of Bloomsbury. Stylishly
living up to its four-star rating this hotel flaunts its
contemporary elegance in its central location captivating
guests with comfort and attention to detail.
After undergoing a £14 million overhaul the London
Hotel Marriott Regent’s Park [map] offers an alternative.
It now boasts a leisure club with 15-metre pool and over
300 modern air-conditioned rooms.
To snooze amidst Edwardian elegance in serene surroundings,
go to the Langorf Hotel [map]. Following its refurbishment this hotel has been recognised
for its quality both in terms of accommodation and service,
making guests feel like they’re enjoying a much
better hotel experience than the price would suggest.
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