Are you looking for a luxurious and unique stay in the heart of London? Look no further than the city's best boutique hotels! From Georgian abodes to modern luxury, there is something for everyone. Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway or a place to host a larger party, these boutique hotels in Central London have it all. If you're looking for a touch of Regency glamor, Spread Eagle is the perfect place to stay. This luxurious Georgian abode was once home to Jane Austen's brother, Henry, and while many modern additions have been incorporated, its grandeur remains intact.
Eliza is the best choice, with a four-poster bed and a magnificent bathtub with a roll-up countertop in the bathroom with art deco tiles. At night, you can have a snack in the Jane Austen-inspired reading room or in the cozy ruby-red room, and breakfast is also worth getting excited about, as you'll enjoy a home-cooked meal in the old service room downstairs. For those who love Japanese cuisine, Hotel Sun Street is an ideal choice. Located in a couple of Georgian single-family houses facing the Cadogan gardens, this hotel has been designed by Nicola Harding who has combined cheerful colors with cozy fabrics (some rooms have modern four-poster beds).
On the ground floor, the bar with art deco details and tones of arsenic leads to The Fuji Grill restaurant, where diners can sample dishes such as popcorn, shrimp and dry-aged tuna tataki, or sit at the sushi counter for a 20-course Omakase dinner. The Ham Yard Hotel is part of the Firmdale Hotels group and is tucked away in a leafy courtyard behind bustling Piccadilly. All rooms and suites are uniquely designed by co-owner and creative director Kit Kemp, with her unique mix of colors and designs. Social spaces include the lounge and library, the greenhouse (actually an extension of the restaurant) with a sandstone fireplace and cushioned sofas, ideal for having a coffee in the morning, and the coveted heated terrace for outdoor dining.
There's also a rooftop terrace just for guests, a spa, and even a retro bowling alley from the '50s. Best known for its legendary martinis served at Dukes Bar, this classic old school hotel is located just a short distance from Piccadilly on quiet St. James's. The food on the menu at GBR restaurant on the ground floor is traditional with a different touch (it includes a daily cake), and there is also a cognac and cigar garden in collaboration with Remy Martin.
Rooms are luxurious and elegant, with marble bathrooms and Penhaligon products. This fantastic hotel owned by the Conran family is located in a former Victorian warehouse and is as focused on design as you would expect. Each of the 17 rooms and suites is inspired by an iconic 20th century designer or design movement, from modernists Le Corbusier and Mies Van der Rohe to Bauhaus. On the ground floor, the menu at British café Albion includes dishes such as Cumberland sausages and colcannon puree, Argyle mussels and sandwiches at home.
The rooftop bar and grill has fantastic views of East London skyline. For hotel lovers looking for an authentic British boutique hotel stay, The Gore is ideal. With 50 rooms and suites in the heart of Kensington (and just around the corner from Royal Albert Hall), each room is individually designed and has its own unique atmosphere. We love the stunning antiques and vintage photos on display here, not to mention ornate designer beds and luxurious fabrics. Try contemporary classic dishes at 190 Queen's Gate or enjoy rock and roll atmosphere at Bar 190. The Hari offers modern luxury at its finest.
Interiors of Tara Bernerd & Partners convey this feeling from moment you walk in. Velvet furniture is found next to custom-made wooden furniture, and marble bathrooms are found everywhere. A selection of works of art by artists such as Tracey Emin can be seen both in rooms and public areas. Designed by renowned French interior guru Dorothee Meilichzon, The Henrietta is perfectly located in heart of Covent Garden. Inspired by neighborhood's rich history and imbued with Italian design elements, this 18-room paradise is must-stay for anyone who appreciates cheerful colors. Finally, if you're looking for boutique hotel in London with impeccable service and fabulous location then COMO The Halkin is for you.
This magnificent property has some of best in world, and its discreet location in Belgravia makes it perfect place to escape crowds. The Georgian-style bricks on outside give guests very British welcome while inside 41 rooms combine modern design with Asian touch.