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My only concern about staying in London boutique hotels is that I always arrive via overnight flights from Boston in the mornings, very tired, and often rooms are not available for early check-in (much easier at larger hotels). As it turned out on this trip, my flight delays made this a somewhat ...
Super location, we walked everywhere. Very quiet room, 3rd floor. Had breakfast, dinner, cocktails - all were excellent. Staff super friendly. Would highly recommend and plan to stay there again.
Staying at the Windermere Hotel was very enjoyable due not only to the updated accommodations but also to the staff especially to the reception desk person who was very kind and helpful. The lower level restaurant was very welcoming and cozy with the Christmas decorations and kindly served me tea ...
Staff were very warm and welcoming and although perhaps the hotel had seen better days, it was still a really nice place to stay. The rooms had a 'retro' look and I liked that.
The staff was wonderful and very helpful. I am a light sleeper and there was tok much road noise all night. We had an accessible room and it would be great for someone who needs it.
The hotel room was on the ground floor, lovely room with a sofa as well as large double bed and desk, plenty of space so I did not feel cramped. Loved the lighting setting and background piano music as I came into the room, very welcoming. Had a great overnight sleep, and ready for a busy day in ...
London is the city that has it all and plenty of it. It is full of individuality and each part has its own personality. The hip and happening East End is full of independent bars, cafes, restaurants and cool Londoners, of course! There are funky boutique hotels in this area too to fully immerse oneself in London’s revitalized neighbourhoods.
If you prefer London’s chic side, you might be best-placed staying in a classy boutique hotel in the posh parts of town such as London’s royal borough, Kensington and Chelsea. You’ll also enjoy the area’s enjoy many upmarket, independent pubs, bars, restaurants and shops.
London’s Southbank is a great waterside location within close proximity to some of the city’s most popular and impressive attractions such as the London Eye, the Southbank Centre, the Oxo Tower and Royal National Theatre. A boutique hotel here is idea for art lovers and those that like their citybreak with an individual streak and impressive skyline.
When you can’t rely on London weather to be lovely all year round, you will find that many of the city’s chic boutique hotels are. London has fantastic old and new, grand and bijou boutique hotels to suit you and yours.