If you're travelling to London and want to stay in a fantastic five star hotel, choose one of my favourite London hotels mentioned below.
The Connaught, Mayfair
The Connaught is one of London's most elegant hotels, with wodnerful restaurant and bar offerings.
Hélène Darroze at The Connaught offers French fine dining with two Michelin stars, and The Coburg Bar and The Connaught Bar could both hold the title of one of the best bars in London.
Claridge's is a shining example of the grace of art deco and is, perhaps, London's most recognisable hotel.
It oozes history from every corner with a bustling lobby area, the setting for one of London's most grand afternoon tea settings.
The Corinthia Hotel
The Corinthia hotel is located near The Embankment and Trafalgar Square and is one of London's best new five star hotels.
The lobby features a stunning chandelier made from Baccarat crystal, the rooms are large and stylish, and it features possibly the best spa in London, spread over three floors.
The Langham, Fitzrovia
The Langham is discreetly located a stone's throw from Oxford Circus, but feels like a haven from the busy streets nearby.
Known for its afternoon tea in The Palm Court, excellent cocktails at the stylish Artesian Bar and for its restaurant from the Roux family, The Langham is up there with the best 5 star hotels in London.
For further inspiration on London's 5 star hotels, click to read my guide to the best luxury hotels in London.Suggest a correction