London Hotels

London is one of the best choices out there when looking for various types of accommodation. The city comprises a wide range of opportunities to suit every budget. However, if we are to indulge ourselves with a bit more eccentricity or mere curiosity, here are some useful things to know about three of the most famous hotels in London.

The Savoy Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in the city and was built around 1889. It is located in the City of Westminster, near to the city centre. At the time it opened for the first time, this hotel was already able to offer luxury facilities like electric lightning. It has always been known as one of the most prestigious hotels and has flawlessly succeeded in maintaining this status until the present day.

The Savoy Hotel has over 250 rooms with a splendid view of the river Thames and also exquisite furnishing and facilities set up during the refitting process ending in 2010. It is notorious for its royal suites awaiting visitors to enjoy the luxury and comfort they have to offer.

The Lanesborough Hotel is one of the most famous and expensive five star luxury hotels in London and worldwide. It is also located near the city centre and has a tumultuous, fascinating history. The building has been functioning as a hospital until 1980 and was purchased only one year later by Rosewood Hotels and Resorts.

The luxury rooms have full views of the Constitutional Arch and also Buckingham Palace grounds. The hotel is famous and often picked by celebrities for its hidden royal suite providing three bedrooms, a kitchen and also drawing, dining and study areas. All these facilities come at a price of £7000 a night.

Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel is a recent asset to London’s exquiste, luxurious accommodation opportunities. It is situated in London’s South Bank, very close to some of the main tourist attractions like Big Ben, the London Eye and the London Aquarium.

The building has a very modern appearance, rooms are spacious, lovely decorated, with large windows to capture a full view of the river Thames and surrounding sights.

Smokers will be surprised to find out Park Plaza Westminster Bridge is entirely a non-smoking area. The hotel provides a variety of suites, penthouses, ball rooms and meeting rooms to choose from. It is more affordable and provides many beauty facilities like spa, therapy and cosmetic care.