Are you planning a business trip to London and looking for the perfect place to stay? Whether you need to prepare for a conference or just relax after a hard day's work, we've got you covered. We've selected the best business hotels in London that offer convenient locations, first-class service, and modern facilities and technology. These hotels understand the needs of business travelers and provide the perfect environment for a stress-free stay.Let's start with Aloft London Excel, located right next to the ExCel Centre and very close to London City Airport. This hotel offers minimal but welcoming service, with automatic check-in and access cards to the upper floors.
You'll find modern, masculine decor with high-tech amenities, free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, five meeting rooms and a lively bar-restaurant. Plus, there's takeaway food available, plenty of snacks and a lively bar. Next up is Andaz London Liverpool Street, which combines practical, well-informed service with modern style. You'll find Eames chairs and Frette bedding, plus free services such as Wi-Fi, local calls and a minibar with drinks and snacks.
There are also health facilities including a gym and steam room, plus plenty of dining options from breakfast in the Grade II listed ballroom to brunch at Rake's Cafe Bar or Japanese food at Miyako. There are also 14 meeting rooms available, plus access to a dedicated event team. The Great Northern Hotel is another great option for continental business travelers, located opposite the international Eurostar terminal in St Pancras. This was the first railway hotel in London when it opened in 1854 and has had many difficult moments since then, but a renovation of almost 40 million pounds has recreated the place as a classic.
The soundproofed rooms combine contemporary style with echoes of the building's Victorian railway heritage (such as the wood-paneled walls) and each floor has a charming pantry with pastries, coffee, newspapers and even a USB printer. There's also a great restaurant-bar situation on the first floor, plus Kings Cross and St Pancras transport connections across the city. The Hoxton Hotel is less than 1 mile from Liverpool Street and stands out for its contrast between vintage exterior design and modern and contemporary interior style. It's also close to Somerset House, so you can easily get around the city for meetings.
The ME by Melia Hotel is another luxurious option designed by Foster and Partners with exquisite finishes and a contemporary look. It's located on The Strand so you can easily get around the city for meetings. The Shangri at The Shard occupies the upper levels of the iconic building and is the tallest hotel in London. It offers its guests an unparalleled experience in its 202 rooms spread over the 34th and 52nd floors. Finally, there's The Langham Hotel, located on Regent Street in the center of the city.
This luxurious hotel opened in 1865 as the first grand hotel in Europe and has hosted foreign dignitaries, celebrities and royals ever since. These hotels understand the needs of business travelers, young professionals and vendors and generally offer conference rooms, meeting rooms and other facilities to ensure you get your work done with ease. But it's not all work and no fun at these hotels; they also offer plenty of opportunities to relax and unwind after a long day of meetings. From relaxing bars or nightclubs nearby to award-winning restaurants, you'll find it all at our recommended business hotels in London.