Guide to... Hotels in London

London has some of the most luxurious hotels in the world. From five star hotels or four star hotels, to budget hotels, there is plenty of choice. Each area of London has their own merits and depending on what you are looking for during your visit to London the choice for the best hotel for you will vary.

Our London hotel guide though can help you find a hotel that is perfect for you.


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Millennium Hotel (Mayfair)

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Millennium Hotel (Mayfair)

44 Grosvenor Square, Mayfair, London, W1K 2HP

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Home to: NCP (at the Millenium Hotel Mayfair)

Every Hotel Piccadilly

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Every Hotel Piccadilly

Whitcomb Street , St James's, London, WC2H 7HG

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Blue Plaques in London

Ellen Terry Brown Plaque - Ellen Terry  The great actress  lived here  from  1904 to 1920
Stephen Pearce Blue Plaque - Stephen Pearce  1819 - 1904  Portrait and Equestrian Painter  lived here  1856 - 1884
Black Plaque № 5022 - The first V-2 rocket on London fell here 8 September 1944 killing three In memory of all V-2 attack victims
D. H. Lawrence Blue Plaque - D. H. Lawrence 1885-1930 novelist and poet lived here in 1915
Edmond Malone Blue Plaque - Edmond Malone 1741-1812 Shakespearian scholar lived here 1779-1812
Wallace Waite, Arthur Rose, And David Taylor Brown Plaque - Messrs Waite, Rose and Taylor opened the first Waitrose shop here in 1904

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