Hotels in London

Hotels in London provide outstanding accommodations in a city nicknamed “The Big Smoke”. Known for its rich history, its museums, its art galleries, its iconic landmarks, its bridges, its parks, its rivers, its fine foods, its pubs, its red buses and its black cabs, London’s most influential people include Sir Winston Churchill, Princess Diana, Charles Darwin, William Shakespeare and Sir Isaac Newton. Some things to know are that cars drive on the left, that you will save money by choosing a bus over a cab by purchasing an Oyster card, that The London Undergound, the oldest subway system in the world, is referred to as the Tube, that you may want to avoid Oxford Street and Leicester Square, and that most museums are free and best visited at night. On average, tourists spend about $200 per day in The Big Smoke. Indeed, hotels in London are some of the most brilliant in the world. Before we get to hotels in London, let’s take a look at some background information to help you along the way.

Archaeological evidence suggests that humans have been building modern structures in the London area since around 4800 BC. The first major settlement was founded by the Romans circa 43 AD. Viking influence occurred from around 820 and lasted for over 100 years. In 1066, on Christmas Day, William, Duke of Normandy was crowned King of England. Shortly thereafter, William built the Tower of London. During the Tudor period, Protestantism caused much of London property to be transferred from church to private ownership. By around 1850, London had become one of the world’s largest cities, resulting in overcrowded conditions that gave way to cholera epidemics. The Germans bombed London during World Wars I and II, causing tens of thousands of casualties, and major destruction of housings and buildings throughout the city.

The United Kingdom’s capital and largest city, London is also the largest European Union city. Situated near the Thames River, London has long been considered one of the most desirable, influential and powerful cities in the world. Also one of the world’s most visited cities, London attracts around 30 million tourists per year. Amongst London’s more than 8.5 million inhabitants, over 300 languages are spoken. Considered to have a temperate oceanic climate, London experiences warm to hot summers averaging around 75 degrees Fahrenheit in July, and cool winters averaging around 46 degrees in January. Rainy days account for almost one third of the year. Points of interest include Big Ben, Tower of London, Westminster AbbeyKew GardensGreenwichPiccadilly CircusTrafalgar SquareLondon Eye and Buckingham Palace. The city’s football teams include Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace, who all play in the English Premier League. Popular foods include fish and chips, bangers and mash, English breakfast, Sunday roast, chicken tikka masala, roast duck, scones, crumpets and sticky puddling, while drinks include gin and tonic, tea and of course beer! Now that we have some background information on the area, it’s time for hotels in London that are sure to help make for an outstanding experience.




Wilde Aparthotels

11 Adam Street

Hotels in London

Adelphi Theatre London

Wilde Aparthotels by Staycity Covent Garden boasts free WiFi, touch panel controls, 43-inch smart TVs and fully-equipped kitchenettes. Near here you may find Beaufort Bar (cocktail bar), Afternoon Tea at The Savoy (tea house), Savoy Theatre, Sewer Lamp (tourist attraction), Smith & Wollensky (steak house), Caffè Nero (coffee shop), RSA House (event venue), Royal Society of Arts, The Port House (tapas bar), Adelphi Theatre (performing arts theater) and more.

This location is within feet from Adelphi Theatre London, 0.1 miles from Savoy Theatre and St Paul’s Church, 0.2 miles from London Transport Museum, Lyceum Theatre and Charing Cross Tube Station, 0.3 miles from Trafalgar Square, 0.5 miles from London Eye and Piccadilly Circus, 0.6 miles from Big Ben and 7.4 miles from London City Airport.

Approximate cost per night (double room): $333

Cost per person (three people): $111





Cheval Three Quays

40 Lower Thames Street

Hotels in London

Tower of London

Located next to the Tower of London, Cheval Three Quays has modern apartments, free WiFi, a fitness center, open-plan kitchens, living rooms, flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, coffee machines, bridge and city hall views and a concierge, Cheval Three Quays is found close to Thames Leisure (boat rental service), City Cruises London Tower Pier (tourist attraction), Tower Bridge Cafe, Traitors’ Gate (tourist attraction), Tower of London, The Crown Jewels (tourist attraction), St Peter Ad Vincula Royal Chapel, The Royal Menagerie (historical landmark), London Wall (tourist attraction) and more.

From here Tower of London is 0.1 miles, Tower Hill Tube Station, HMS Belfast and Billingsgate are 0.2 miles, City Hall London and Sky Garden are 0.3 miles, London Bridge Tube Station is 0.4 miles, Borough Market is 0.5 miles, London Eye is 1.8 miles and London City Airport is 5.6 miles.

Approximate cost per night (deluxe two-bedroom): $857

Cost per person (four people): $214





The Beaumont Hotel

8 Balderton Street

Hotels in London

Selfridges London

The Beaumont Hotel features a restaurant, a bar, a spa, a fitness center, a sauna, a steam room, free WiFi, art deco style, original artwork, antiques, luxury bathrooms with black and white marble, heated floors and garden views. The Colony Grill Room (restaurant), Abigail James (facial spa), Salsa Classes in London, Danceworks (dance school), Wildcard Theatre Company, Brown Hart Gardens, Barbour (clothing store), Leica Store London Mayfair (camera store), London Guitar Studio (guitar store), Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral (Catholic cathedral), Deliciously Ella (cafe), HR Higgins (tea and coffee merchant), Popina (cafe), The Luggage Room (cocktail bar), Lucky Cat by Gordon Ramsay (restaurant), ROKA Mayfair (Japanese restaurant), German Kraft Mayfair (brewpub), Badiani Gelato Mayfair (ice cream shop), Mercato Mayfair (market), The Mayfair Chippy (fish & chips restaurant), TONI&GUY North Audley Street (hair salon) and more are in the area.

You may find Selfridges London, Cathedral Church of the Holy Family in Exile and Grosvenor Square 0.1 miles, Wigmore Hall and The Wallace Collection 0.3 miles, Carnaby Street is 0.6 miles, Piccadilly Circus is 0.8 miles, Trafalgar Square is 1.1 miles and London City Airport is 8.7 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom Mayfair suite): $1,439

Cost per person (three people): $479








Corinthia London

Whitehall Place

Hotels in London

Playhouse Theatre London

Corinthia London offers multiple dining options, 3 bars, a florist, London’s largest spa, a hair salon, spacious rooms, air conditioning, luxurious decor, city views, iPod docking stations, LCD TVs, free WiFi and luxury marble bathrooms. Nearby you may find Kerridge’s Bar & Grill (restaurant), The Northall (European restaurant), ESPA Life at Corinthia (day spa), Bassoon Bar (cocktail bar), The Civil Service Club (club), Great Scotland Yard (notable street), Old War Office Building (Churchhill’s headquarters during WWII), One Whitehall Place (wedding venue), Whitehall Gardens (park), Trafalgar Theatre (performing arts theater), 50 Kalò (pizza restaurant) and more.

This hotel is 0.1 miles from Playhouse Theatre London, Banqueting House, Trafalgar Studios, Whitehall Palace and Horse Guards Parade at Whitehall, 0.2 miles from Trafalgar Square, 0.3 miles from London Eye and Churchill War Rooms, 0.4 miles from Big Ben, 0.5 miles from Houses of Parliament and 7.5 miles from London City Airport.

Approximate cost per night (explorer’s penthouse): $2,357





Rosewood London

252 High Holborn

Hotels in London

Freemasons’ Hall London

With spacious designer rooms, bespoke furnishings, Italian marble bathrooms, a spa, a sauna, a restaurant, air conditioning, classic décor, iPod docking stations, 46-inch flat-screen TVs, cordless telephones, Nespresso coffee machines, mini-bars and a la carte and continental breakfast options, Rosewood London sits close to Scarfes Bar (cocktail bar), Holborn Dining Room (British restaurant), The Pie Room (takeout restaurant), Mirror Room (modern British restaurant), Bar Polski (Polish bar), The Brazilian Wax (waxing hair removal service), Fabrique (bakery), Krispy Kreme Holborn (donut shop) and more.

High Holborn is within feet, Bloomsbury Square, Freemasons’ Hall London, British Library of Political and Economic Science and London School of Economics and Political Science are 0.2 miles, Theatre Royal Drury Lane is 0.3 miles, Trafalgar Square is 0.8 miles, Piccadilly Circus is 0.9 miles, Big Ben is 1.2 miles and London City Airport is 7.3 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night (noble house): $1,606

Cost per person (three people): $535









41 – 43 Brook Street

Hotels in London

Cathedral Church of the Holy Family in Exile

Boasting luxurious furnishings, marble bathrooms, courtyard views, free WiFi, a restaurant, a bar, afternoon tea, an elegant foyer, a modern gym and a spa, Claridge’s is near Davies and Brook (restaurant), The Fumoir (cocktail bar), Claridge’s Bar, The Foyer & Reading Room (restaurant), Wild Things Flowers (florist), Savile Club (social club), JD Malat Gallery (art gallery), District (coffee shop), The Refinery (barber shop), Pret a Manger (sandwich shop), ONIMA (restaurant), The House of ELEMIS (spa and health club), LPM Restaurant & Bar (French restaurant), Bath & Racquets Club (gym) and more.

You’ll find Cathedral Church of the Holy Family in Exile 0.1 miles, Grosvenor Square, Selfridges and Oxford Street 0.2 miles, Wigmore Hall 0.3 miles, Carnaby Street 0.4 miles, Piccadilly Circus 0.6 miles, Big Ben 1.3 miles and London City Airport 8.3 miles from this property.

Approximate cost per night: $678





Hoxton Square Penthouse

Hoxton Square, Hackney

Hotels in London

Columbia Road Flower Market

Hoxton Square Penthouse has 3 bedrooms, a terrace, a balcony, free WiFi, a washing machine, air conditioning, a flat-screen TV and a fully-equipped kitchen. Via Emilia by FOOD ROOTS (northern Italian restaurant), Tonight Josephine Shoreditch (cocktail bar), On The Bab (Korean restaurant), The Breakfast Club (breakfast restaurant), Frog Hoxton (modern British restaurant), Troy Bar (Caribbean restaurant), Ever After (restaurant), Happiness Forgets (cocktail bar), The Orange Buffalo (restaurant), Key To Food (health food restaurant), MEATliquor Shoreditch (diner) and more are within range.

Hoxton Square is within feet, Silicon Roundabout is 0.3 miles, Columbia Road Flower Market and Brick Lane are 0.5 miles, The Old Truman Brewery is 0.6 miles, Liverpool Street Tube Station is 0.7 mile, Tower of London is 1.4 miles, Piccadilly Circus is 2.6 miles and London City Airport is 5.8 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night: $1,477

Cost per person (six people): $246



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Royal Gateway Penthouse

1306 Thanet Tower

Hotels in London

O2 Arena London

Providing a shared lounge, private parking, a garden, a terrace, a balcony, family rooms, a children’s playground, free WiFi and a flat-screen TV, Royal Gateway Penthouse is situated close to Peacock Gymnasium (gym), (bakery), Pepenero (Italian restaurant), Keir Hardie Recreation Ground (park) and more are in the area.

O2 Arena London is 0.8 miles, Brick Lane Music Hall is 1.4 miles, Cabot Place is 1.5 miles, Stratford City Westfield is 2.2 miles, Tower of London is 3.8 miles, London Eye is 5.7 miles and London Heathrow Airport is 20.2 miles from this penthouse.

Approximate cost per night: $164





Canary Wharf Penthouse

West India Dock Road

Hotels in London

Half Moon Theatre London

Canary Wharf Penthouse features 3 bedrooms, a shared lounge, free WiFi, city views, a balcony, a flat-screen TV, a fully-equipped kitchen, a washing machine and a bidet. You’ll find VSE Wines (liquor store), Cherry Blossom Tattoo, Noodle Street (Chinese restaurant), My Green Bag (leather goods store), Jamboree (live music venue), St Anne’s Church (Anglican church) and more nearby.

From this penthouse you’ll find Limehouse 0.4 miles, Cabot Place 0.5 miles, Half Moon Theatre London 0.6 miles, Docklands 0.9 miles, Queen Mary University of London 1.1 miles, Canada Water Tube Station 1.3 miles, O2 Arena 1.4 miles, Tower of London 2.1 miles and London Heathrow Airport 18.5 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $438

Cost per person (eight people): $54



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Riverside Penthouse

Duke of Wellington Avenue

Hotels in London

Brick Lane Music Hall

Riverside Penthouse has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a bidet, free WiFi, air conditioning, a restaurant, a garden, private parking, a flat-screen TV, a fully-equipped kitchen, a washing machine, a 24-hour front desk, a terrace and car rental service. Near here you may find Royal Arsenal Farmers’ Market, Maribor Park, Iceland Foods (grocery store), The Friends Cafe, artFix Woolwich (coffee shop), Wing Lee Chinese Takeaway, Marks & Spencer Foodhall (supermarket), Dial Arch (pub), The Taproom (pub) and more.

From here Royal Artillery Barracks is 0.6 miles, Brick Lane Music Hall is 1.1 miles, The Valley is 1.4 miles, O2 Arena is 2.8 miles, West Ham United FC is 2.9 miles, Blackheath Station is 3.1 mile, Tower of London is 6.2 miles and London City Airport is 0.9 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $371

Cost per person (four people): $92





ZeitGeist Penthouse

Oxford Street, Westminster Borough

Penthouse Rent London

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Providing a shared lounge, a terrace, air conditioning, a balcony, free WiFi, a patio, a fully-equipped kitchen, a seating area, a flat-screen TV, a washing machine, a hairdryer and a coffee machine, WestEndStay ZeitGeist Penthouse is near Flying Tiger Copenhagen (home good store), The 100 Club (event venue), TAP Coffee, Fish (hairdresser), Simmons Bar, Ben’s Cookies, Cookhouse Joe (restaurant) and more.

This location is 0.1 miles from Wardour Street, 0.2 miles from Berwick Street Market, Dominion Theatre, Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, Prince Edward Theatre, Centre Point Tower London and Carnaby Street, 0.3 miles from Phoenix Theatre London and Brewer Street Car Park, 0.4 miles from Piccadilly Circus, 1.1 miles from Buckingham Palace, 2.6 miles from Tower of London, 6 miles from O2 Arena and 14 miles from London Heathrow Airport.

Approximate cost per night: $758

Cost per person (seven people): $109


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Hotels in London offer some of the best accommodations in all of Europe. We hope you have found this information valuable and most of all, that you enjoy your time in the UK!

43 Replies to “Hotels in London”

  1. Very informative site that could possibly be the go to source for penthouse hunters.

    Very easy to navigate and written clearly and concisely so the reader and possible customer knows  exactly what they are getting for their money.

    A very good transparent service as i imagine this industry could be open to fraudsters?

    1. Thank you for your kind comments Danny! Transparency is key, absolutely, and all of the postings here are done through trust-worthy, reputable sources. Happy travels 🙂

  2. Hello,

    I usually prefer to stay in hotels as I find them more convenient but after seeing the listing you provided here believe I will check out and consider renting a penthouse the next time I am in London.

    Thank you for providing a detailed account of available penthouses in London. I have saved it to my favorites for future reference.



  3. This is seriously cool!

    How do you write such awesome articles so consistently?

    My favourite is the Farringdon penthouse loft here. I lived in London for about 6 years so I know it well. But it’s so big there are still so many places I don’t have a clue about.

    What are your favourite locations?

    Thanks for sharing


    1. Hi Mike, thank you so much! All of these accommodations are exceptional. Elephant and Castle is very unique and Fulham Chelsea is in such a prime location, full of life. Best wishes!

  4. I’m really glad I found your site! I am going to bookmark it and visit as needed in the future when I’m in the planning stage for my travels. It is on my bucket list to travel to London some day – when I finally get around to going, I know exactly where to look to find the best accommodations near the sites I will want to visit. Thanks for all the information!

    1. Thank you so much Shannon! London is an amazing city and you will truly enjoy it. Try gathering a nice group of friends/family since penthouses almost always have multiple bedrooms and the costs will be minimal once they are split!

  5. Hi I usually like to stay in the hotel. I’ve got your article very well. I can find hotel facilities there. I like the luxury of this hotel. Why would I prefer the hotel to all those hotels? If I go to London, then rent a hotel penthouse .
       So thank you very much for giving us a nice hotel article

  6. Myself and my partner have been looking into moving further into the city due to her career being based in the CBD of London, and the travel she has to go through every day. 

    The one drawback we have with it all is the congestion charge, as we don’t fully understand it’s geography yet. Out of the areas and properties you have mentioned – which are the best bet for avoiding these congestion areas?

  7. Never been to London and while travelling I usually use traditional hotels, anyway this looks sooo nice and cozy, all of them…thanks for the overview, I am thinking that spending some more money for this kind of delight is really worth it. Because I’m going to travel more (my new resolution), I’ll definitely save this page to my favorites, thanks

  8. London is one of my favorite cities to visit at any time of the year, but it can be hard to get a decent and comfortable place to overnight. Prices are high throughout the city, so why not spend a little extra and add some fond memories of the time you had? This is the attitude I always take when planning for where to stay.

    I did not think of adding in London to my list of penthouse options but after looking through the reviews of the ones you have ferreted out for readers, I most certainly am going to do so now. The prices are not that unreasonable considering the accommodation and the locations.

    There are some really prime penthouses that are available, and I did check out a couple just to see if they were available and what they would cost. Based on this, I would say it might be best to plan as far ahead as possible and booking to make sure you get what you want and when you want. 

    Thanks for the great tips and ideas on where to stay, I have definitely bookmarked this page and made a note in my journal too so I can find your site and article again quickly! 

    1. Hi Dave, absolutely, planning as far ahead as possible is definitely advised as this will keep the cost lower and will ensure best availability. Thank you for the comments and for bookmarking the page for future reference!

  9. Hello there. I saw all the penthouses and they look great. But my choice is restricted to 2 penthouses because of my dietary habits.

    First is the West Hempstead Penthouse and second is the Central London Penthouse. They have nearby vegetarian restaurants (I’m a vegan but I think they will be able to serve me).

    Because the Central London Penthouse has a circus nearby, I think I will go there. What a better way to relax than to visit the circus?!

    Very good article. Keep up the good work. Have a nice day.

  10. I love your IMAGES! Stunning! 

    They make me want to go and visit London. Also, I love that I can discover the area right away being on a page.

    Are you planning to cover other areas of the UK, especially because of such interest to the royal family?

    Thank you very much for such a fantastic tour with the “Engrish” flavor!

  11. Travel and seeing the sites. A really nice way to go about that in a comfortable manner. All corners of the world accommodate the natural magnificence with great architecture and design. Breath taking views are always there, even if going back to a place you’ve been before. Pricings for these ventures are presented in good fashion and are very reasonable from continent to continent.

  12. Hi,

    Wow! These places look great. I hadn’t really thought about renting a posh apartment for a stay in London before. I have usually stayed in hotels. I really like the way you have highlighted everything in the vicinity of each property, this is really useful information and guests will find invaluable.

  13. I live in the UK but in a more rural part up north, London is a very nice place but is also luxury so you need money to spend time there.

    I have actually thought of going to London a few times just to have a little break, the hotels you have mentioned all look great however the prices are steep so it looks like I would need to bring a few friends along. The rent for those hotels is nearly the same price as my monthly rent here which is nuts.

    However, you are paying for a great experience and good quality so I will have to consider it If and when I travel to London in the future.



    1. Josh thank you for the insights from northern UK. If you are able to gather some friends please do keep these in mind for your travel to London

  14. Thanks for sharing the London penthouse. They all look great. Depending on the objectives you want to visit, you can choose. But I really liked the one on the water’s edge (maybe because I’m Scorpio, water sign lol) Waterfront Penthouse
    19 Western Gateway 72 Aegean Apts. I entered the link and read including host information.penthause

  15. I see there are quite a lot of beautiful spent houses in London and all of them are just perfect but I couldn’t help but fall in love with the Royal Docks penthouse, it is exactly what I would want to make a perfect holiday in England. The only thing I may be a lil upset about would be the fact that there is no TV or maybe you just skipped that part. Otherwise with free WiFi everything is sorted I won’t bother anyone at all and will enjoy the most attracting feature of the penthouse which is the river view.

  16. London a very fascinating City with lot of ideas and opportunities to make money,but one problem there is have a fairly cheap and comfortable place to stay….but for the like of the rich once there are some very good penthouse  and hotels that one can stay in especially the ones you listed I stayed in London for few weeks and at that I stayed at the Fulham Chelsea penthouse I must tell you it cheap and very comfortable when next I am going I plan to stay at the W1 Penthouse with Terrace(University of London)

  17. Thank you so much for sharing such a wonderful article with us and your article was interesting and informative. I have got a lot of information about  Hotels in London England. Honestly, I have never before received such wonderful information in such a pleasant environment and I have never been to London, but I found your article to be valuable information and I very much like to go to London and I will be visiting London with my family after a few days. Can you help me? I benefited from the valuable information you provided by reading your article and I think other people like me will benefit from reading your article. I have bookmarked your website so that I can come back to your website later and thank you again for sharing such a beautiful post with us and I wish you good health.

    1. Md glad to be of help to you and your family in regard to hotels in London England. Thank you for the comments and best wishes and good health to you and yours as well 🙂

  18. Many thanks to you for sharing such an excellent article with us .I love fencing a lot, and from that I went to London a month ago .I was up there at The Penthouse and I found it very comfortable and attractive .There are free WiFi, furnished kitchen, flat screen TV room, restaurant, etc. which I liked very much and the food here and I liked it very much. The decoration tow here is quite nice .I think The Penthouse is the best I have ever had to visit in the city of London .

    For everyone’s sake, anyone visiting London should definitely come here and I think I would love to have a new experience.

  19. Thank you so much for sharing with us such a beautiful article. I am glad to see your article. I am going to bookmark it because in the month ahead my brother is going to London. My brother is going to London the first time so I think your article will benefit my brother a lot. I will definitely show him, your article. I think he will find a lot of information from your article about London hotels. My favorite is the Farringdon penthouse loft here. I like it. I think my brother would like it a lot. Thanks.

  20. I know I have read about some other destinations and the hostels and hotels you have recommended so far. Sincerely speaking, London is my number one city I wish to visit. I have had so many persons visit London from my area. I currently have one of school friend there, she traveled last week and I can see her updates on WhatsApp.

    These ones you have recommended are beautiful and look good to me with all my needs intact but I’d probably travel alone so the first one looks more suitable and affordable for me.

  21. I love the way you started by telling us a brief history of London. This gives some insightful knowledge about where we tend to visit at least. Sometimes lodging in a hotel when on vacation can be very expensive. I can tell from my several travels.

    I’m glad you came up with penthouse rentals that could help us save money. This is awesome. I’ve never thought of that. I’ve not been to London for quite some years now, but I’ll be making preparations this year fall. I’ll definitely look into this to see which is best for me.

  22. thank you so much for sharing, I have been planning a trip to London for quite some time, I am now just waiting for travel restrictions to allow for travel. I must say that I love ZeitGeist Penthouse, the decor is absolutely beautiful, a little on the pricey side but sharing with a friend will make all the more possible.

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