Must see hotels in The West End

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    Rosewood London

    What was once the grand Pearl Assurance building (dating from 1914) houses the stunning Rosewood hotel, where an artful marriage of period and modern…

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    A stylish and handsome smaller-scale luxury hotel, the 73-room Beaumont is all art-deco opulence. Fronted by an arresting stainless-steel-and-oak cuboid…

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    Ritz London

    What can you say about a place that has lent its name to the English lexicon? This 136-room hotel, opened by the eponymous César in 1906, has a…

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    Dorset Square Hotel

    Two combined Regency town houses form this gorgeous 38-room Firmdale Hotel overlooking leafy Dorset Sq, where Lord's Old Ground was laid in 1787 (which…

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    Built in 1718 and comprising four original Georgian houses, this Soho gem was the one-time home of essayist William Hazlitt (1778–1830). The 30 guest…

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    St Ermin's Hotel

    One of our favourite West End hotels, St Ermin's not only has 331 super comfortable rooms and an enviable location in Westminster, it also has back…

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    Covent Garden Hotel

    This gorgeous and discreet 58-room boutique hotel housed in a former French hospital features antiques, gorgeous, bright fabrics and quirky bric-a-brac to…

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    Haymarket Hotel

    With the trademark colours and lines of hotelier/designer duo Tim and Kit Kemp, in a converted building designed by John Nash, the Haymarket is…

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    Zetter Townhouse Marylebone

    We've always loved the Zetter group of hotels and this new boutique number with two dozen rooms only increases our passion. The comfy back rooms on the…

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    London Edition

    Step into the lobby of the London Edition and you're greeted by a stunning combination of old and new – from the stucco ceiling hangs an Ingo Maurer…

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    A night surrounded by the Edwardian and art-deco grandeur of the iconic Savoy is never a casual choice, considering the price, but as one of life's treats…

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    Claridge’s, with 203 rooms, is one of London’s iconic five-star hotels. Celebrated for its sumptuous art-deco features (including 1930s vintage furniture…

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    ME London

    The Foster & Partners–designed ME London at the southwestern curve where the Strand meets Aldwych is all sophisticated and natty cool. All 157 rooms are…

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    Soho Hotel

    The hipper-than-hip Soho Hotel has all the hallmarks of the eclectically chic duo Tim and Kit Kemp writ large over 94 individually fashioned guest rooms,…

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    Hotel La Place

    The 18 rooms here are very much in the traditional mode, but impeccably cared for and have updated bathrooms. All double rooms have king-size beds with…

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    Fielding Hotel

    Hidden away in a pedestrianised court in the heart of Covent Garden, this pretty and desirable 25-room hotel (named after the novelist Henry Fielding, who…

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    Nadler Soho

    In the heart of Soho, this 78-room boutique hotel is a sleek mix of creams, tans and blacks, with a good range of rooms, all with mini kitchens complete…

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    With hotels from Malta to St Petersburg, the Corinthia group's crown jewel is this grand Victorian property in Whitehall. It's as smart as can be, but…

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    Grazing Goat

    On an attractive little street lined with boutiques and cafes and a shopping bag's throw from Oxford St, this upmarket pub/restaurant has eight tasteful…

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    W London Leicester Square

    Everything at zany W has been designed to within an inch of its life – from the disco balls spelling out the floor numbers to the curved walls and…