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Rosewood London - London Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Rosewood London

252 High Holborn, London - Map
"Definitely a 5-star Hotel"
This hotel met every expectation we had. The room was enormous compared to standard fare and had every convenience advertised. The staff (as seems typical in England) was extremely courteous, helpful, and never seemed to be pushing for tips. The location is excellent and withing walking distance of several great restaurants and the tube. The only negative I would mention is the hotel bar. I know London is an expensive town, but a martini ran the equivalent of $* US and a Bloody Mary $*! It's a beautiful bar, but this seemed absurd. Try the nearby bars which are much more reasonable. Nevertheless, this is one fine hotel. Rick from Houston - visited12/09
A Traveller
Rosewood London is centrally located, just a few minutes’ walk from the theater district, the Royal Opera House, or the shops …More
The Grand at Trafalgar Square - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Grand at Trafalgar Square

8 Northumberland Avenue, London - Map
"Great location. Helpful and pleasant staff"
Fine place to stay. Unfortunately there was no heat in our room. Chilly. But as soon as we told them, they fixed it. A twisted wire in the thermostat meant the AC instead of heat. Just a fluke. Otherwise, a very pleasant hotel. Great location!
Traveller from Charleston, SC
Restored Victorian hotel built in 1887 and situated just off Trafalgar Square in the centre of London; the National Gallery …More
The Strand Palace Hotel - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Strand Palace Hotel

372 The Strand, London - Map
"NO Air conditioning. Upgrade was VERY expensive. "
I was shocked to have a room with no air conditioning, then to have a big UP charge to get a room that DID have air conditioning. This was a cut into our budget. I have gone back to my original reservation and I do not see where I would have known this was even a possibility!
Traveller from Arkansas
Located in Soho, this eco-friendly hotel is steps from London Transport Museum and Covent Garden. King's College London and …More
The Dorchester Hotel - London Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Dorchester Hotel

53 Park Lane, London - Map
4.7 out of 5 (59 reviews)
Located in City of Westminster, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Marble Arch, Selfridges, and Buckingham …More
Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane - London Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane

Hamilton Place, London - Map
4.8 out of 5 (105 reviews)
This family-friendly London hotel is located in a shopping district, within 1 mi (2 km) of Sotheby’s, Buckingham Palace, and …More
The Westbourne Hyde Park - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Westbourne Hyde Park

51 Gloucester Terrace, London - Map
Located in Bayswater, this apartment is within a 15-minute walk of Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park. Royal Albert Hall and …More
Club Quarters Hotel, St. Paul's - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Club Quarters Hotel, St. Paul's

24 Ludgate Hill, London - Map
Great experience at this hotel. Very comfortable room and friendly staff. The coffee available in the lounge area was an added bonus.
A Traveller
Located in the courtyard of historic Stationers Hall, this club-like hotel is within walking distance of the Tate Modern, the …More
Park International Hotel - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Park International Hotel

117 - 129 Cromwell Road, London - Map
"Great Location"
The hotel was very clean and comfortable. The staff was helpful and courteous.
Traveller from Cincinnati
Located in upscale South Kensington, this London hotel is 3 blocks from Kensington High Street, and within 2 km. of Hyde …More
K+K Hotel George London - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

K+K Hotel George London

1-15 Templeton Place, London - Map
"Nice boutique hotel"
Second stay for me and my wife and not disappointed. Very attentive and helpful staff. Rooms are small, but well appointed. Great breakfast (extra cost) that meets American and European tastes. Convenient to the underground and connections to other lines. Nice bar and lounge area to kick back and relax.
Traveller from upstate New York
Built in 1897 as terrace homes, this hotel in London's Earls Court residential district is three blocks from Kensington High …More
Devonshire Club & Hotel - London Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Devonshire Club & Hotel

4 & 5 Devonshire Square, London - Map
Located in Shoreditch, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of The Gherkin, Tower of London, and Royal Exchange …More

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    The world has been fascinated by London for centuries—perhaps this intrigue began when William Shakespeare graced the world with his dreamy prose, or when The Beatles famously recorded at Abbey Road Studios in the capital city. Regardless of when the international community began pondering about life across the pond, London’s history of welcoming visitors in to its hallowed streets dates back longer than the monarchy. After slipping into your favorite jacket in one of the many cheap hotels in London and wandering the streets of Londontown, you too will heed the call of the UK. Boarding double decker buses to tour famed sites that frequently don postcards, such as Big Ben and Buckingham Palace, and making conversation in a pub over a pint with locals is all part of the sumptuous experience. But of course, with so much to discover in the metropolis, you’ll need to book one of the best places to stay in London such as one of the spectacular 5 star hotels in London. Just because you live somewhere where monarchy isn’t the norm, doesn’t mean you can’t be treated royally while you’re in England.

    Things to Do in London

    It’s possible that weekends in London have become the dreamy subject of speculation for so many wanderers because it caters to all types of travelers. Those looking to indulge in opulence in jolly old England will delight in its cultured arts scene. Your leather loafers will lightly pad down the corridors of the National Gallery, smiling and nodding at the great works of Van Gogh, da Vinci, and Rembrandt. Afterward, spend a dazzling evening traipsing through the city’s famed fog to enjoy a performance at the Globe Theatre; offering modern twists on old English classics, the night will surely end in cries for an encore.

    However, there are plenty of things to do in London that will allow you to follow your own feet, instead of artistic corridors. Let the anticipation build as you settle into your seat atop the London Eye. The iconic Ferris wheel provides a bird’s eye view of the city that will cause you to lose yourself for a moment. Could you really be here—in England—gazing out over the River Thames and sipping a glass of prosecco? Life works in mysterious ways, but you’re astonished to find that your path has led you to London, and you couldn’t be happier for it. After de-boarding the rotating capsules, head to a local pub in Covent Garden. Boutiques and restaurants abound, but when you notice a bar that’s playing a rugby game on the television, which has attracted a plethora of enthused locals, you step inside and exchange names and cheers over a cold glass of cider before heading back to one of the London hotels.

    Eating and Drinking

    But before you get too wrapped up thinking about pints of stouts and ciders, you’re going to want to replenish yourself with some local fare. Fish and chips are a must while you’re in town. Although you’ve had them before and enjoyed them, you haven’t really experienced the dish until you’ve tried it in London. Beer battered or breaded strips of fresh cod are deep-fried and emerge golden, flaky, and piping hot. Although that in itself is enough to occupy hungry Londoners, the fish is served alongside homemade french fries, and if you’re lucky, a side of mushy peas.

    Although we could try to persuade you to try the many English offerings that are sure to make your mouth water, such as Yorkshire pudding and bangers and mash, the true star of the London food scene is chicken tikka masala. Although the dish might hail from India originally, the city offers a variety of curry houses that will have you feeling as if you’ve been transported to Mumbai. Head to Brick Lane in the Eastern section of the city for some of the best curries in the UK; the popularity of the dish is telling of the city itself, as London is known around the world as a destination that celebrates multiculturalism.

    Green spaces

    Gray might be the color most often associated with London—from its steely skies to the staggering high-rises that dominate its skyline—but in actuality, the city’s name should bring to mind the color green. In fact, there are an abundance of parks and botanical gardens that would take weeks to properly explore. Start with the basics during your sojourn: Hyde Park is the quintessential outdoor experience to witness during your stay and those who traverse there are sure to leave with fond memories of London. Stroll through the park and gaze out at people happily powering pedal boats across Serpentine River, and snap a picture or two in the park’s sprawling rose garden. The many stretches of greenery throughout the park will call to mind images from the pen of your favorite English authors. Indeed, you wonder if Emily Bronte would have altered the setting of Wuthering Heights had she seen Hyde Park before its publication.

    Day trips from London

    Like the frequent Changing the Guard ceremony that takes place outside Buckingham Palace, you often find yourself itching to experience new destinations at the drop of a hat. Not yet willing to renounce your stay at one of the top hotels in London, choose to travel 54 miles south to the seaside city of Brighton. The rushing sound of the ocean and the quaint simplicity of the city’s pier will entrance you. After dining on a dinner of fresh fish and a crisp glass of white wine, dust the sand off your shoes and return to London—the city’s glittering lights will feel all the more enticing after spending the day along the coast.

    London’s Calling

    When you’re looking for where to stay in London, there’s no wrong answer, especially if you go the money-saving route and book a London vacation package. Whether you find yourself longing to overlook the River Thames or in close proximity to Hyde Park, you’ll find all the best hotels in London on Travelocity. And perhaps feeling newly inspired by your trip, you’ll join the likes of so many innovators before you who loved London enough to pen a poem or write a song as tribute. Because even though Shakespeare may be long gone, but the rush of activity that fed his creativity is still ever-present in the city.

    *For these packages, package savings is at least equal to the cost of the flight or hotel if booked separately. Note: For packages including flights, you will be charged by the airline for the flight, but your savings on the package will equal the cost of the flight.