London is full of cool boutique hotels for every taste. The West End of London is the perfect place to stay when visiting the nation's capital. Many government buildings, great shopping, and high-culture entertainment options are available. Plus, there are some of our favorite boutique hotels in the city.
NoMad London is a new hotel in Convent Garden inside a restored historic building with a historical vibe. The hotel has roots in New York City and has many art pieces inspired by the Abstract Expressionist movement in New York. The Theatre Royal Opera House and Theatre Royale Drury Lane are right outside the hotel for those who fancy some culture with a glass of champagne. NoMad hotel has a restaurant that is inside a glass observatory, and it also has a casual bar inside the former Bow Street Police Station.
The Londoner has luxurious accommodations and access to exclusive spaces dedicated to dining, socialising, and relaxing. The hotel is near Trafalgar Square, where art lovers can find the National Gallery and its incredible painting collection.
Beaumont is located in the heart of London, built-in 1926. It recently underwent a renovation that has brought new life to its 72 opulent rooms, including a new lounge and bar. The Beaumont also offers to feel the vibe of the Gatsby Room, which hosts daily live music and high-end teas. This will bring you back to the 1930s in London.
Hazlitt's is located in central Soho, with 30 bedrooms, each having its character, including four-poster beds, antique furniture, and freestanding bathtubs.
The hotel is named after the 18th-century essayist William Hazlitt, who lived there, and the opulent library features shelves lined with first editions. Book lovers will appreciate that, I bet!
The hotel's location is rich with the area's legendary pubs, clubs, bars, restaurants, and theatres.
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We have more than 300 hotels in our collection of London boutique hotels. Make sure to check them out if you're visiting London!