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Lodging in London

Are you planning a trip to London and looking for the perfect place to stay? Look no further! With a wide range of accommodations to choose from, including luxury hotels, charming bed and breakfasts, and budget-friendly hostels, London has something for every traveler. Whether you prefer to stay in the heart of the bustling city or in a quieter neighborhood, there are options to suit every taste and budget. Curious about the best areas to stay in London? Let us guide you to the perfect lodging option for your visit.

1. The Zetter Townhouse, London

The Zetter Townhouse Interior

Eccentric hotel taled to once house a fictional great aunt that collected souvenirs from around the world. The entrance of the hotel presents an apothecary-style bar where patrons will be offered a gin cocktail upon arrival.

2. The Hoxton, Southwark, London

Hoxton Southwark restaurant view with green couch and beige curtains

Located within striking distance of the Thames, the upscale Hoxton Southwark offers charming rooms, two hip restaurants (one with lovely city views), and close proximity to Tate Modern.

3. The Standard, London, London

The Standard View

A 5-star hotel with a multitude of amenities. Alongside plush rooms, the venue boasts a live music studio, a library, a selection of dining options, and a pair of bars - one, an indoor cocktail venue; the other, a rooftop terrace.

4. Ham Yard Hotel, London

Ham Yard Hotel Vintage

Part of the Firmdale family, all of the 91 rooms are uniquely designed by award-winning designer Kit Kemp. The hotel is built around a lush, tree-filled courtyard which makes for great alfresco dining. There's a bowling alley too 🎳.

5. The Ned, London

The Ned Interior

The Ned is a five-star hotel and members' club with nine restaurants, indoor and rooftop pools, a gym, a spa, and a hammam. Furthermore, patrons can enjoy exclusive perks such as a barbershop, a make-up parlor, and a nail salon.

6. Town Hall Hotel, London

Town Hall Hotel Table

Luxury hotel where modern design meets Art Deco and period details - the architecture and style makes a gentle nod to the building's history. Amenities include comfortable rooms, fine dining spaces, a cocktail bar, and an indoor pool.

7. Claridge's, London

Claridge's Design

A London institution housed within an art deco building with brass-detailed doors and fully-attired doorman. Join a long line of esteemed guests, from Winston Churchill to Audrey Hepburn. Claridge's service is of great renown.

8. The Buxton, London

The Buxton Exterior

Hotel with the convenience of an attached gastropub - the ground-floor venue serves food grown in the hotel's rooftop garden. Guests of The Buxton's 15 simple rooms enjoy direct access to the happening atmosphere of Brick Lane.

9. The Culpeper, London

The Culpeper

Drink at the ground-floor pub, dine in the first-floor restaurant, stay on the second floor, and spend some time in the rooftop garden. A quadruple-threat location with everything needed for an enjoyable stay in London's East End.