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"Best 5 star quality London Hotels:

4 Seasons hotel:Mayfair. Do you want to impress someone? This is one of the most stunning of all the top 5 star London hotels.

4 Seasons hotel: Canary Wharf E14. Remember you are in the Port of London here. Near "Jack The Ripper" land. Location: excellent for who wants to hide somewhere for a while and to reach London's most High-Tech Exhibition Hall.

Baglioni hotel:Kensington High Street self claims 5 stars. A period facade with contemporary interior. Too new to have received feed back yet.

Belgravia hotel: Nice and elegant, but at the moment there are roadworks with all its problems all around it and the road next to the hotel has been closed for many months.

Berkerley hotel:Knightsbridge, near Hyde Park and a lovely shopping area

Berners hotel:An old favourite 4 star Grand British Style Entrance with a superb location. Soho, Oxford Street shopping centre, Covent Garden Opera House and theatreland of London, just tomention a few.

Britannia Hotel: Mayfair, sister of the International, The Britannia has 2 entrances: one in a Mews and the other pointing torwards Oxford Street. Situated in a lovely Victorian area surrounded by the most beautiful period houses of London. Near Bond Street, a few minutes walk from Berkerley Square and the casinoland of London.

Browns hotel:Mayfair.

Cadogan hotel: Knightsbridge, excellent large hotel with live music and pianist.

The Carlton Tower Hotel: A Luxury Hotel between Chelsea and Westminster borders. Surrounded by landmarks such as: Harrods and Harvey Nichols luxury department stores and near the South side of Hyde Park.

Cavendish hotel: St. James's W1 Bottled between the back of Fortnum & Mason and London's most famous Members Clubs, it has a small entrance hall and equally claustrophobic feel.

Claridges hotel: a real British jewel. In the heart of Mayfair, the hotel is within easy reach of Bond Street, Regent Street, Berkeley Square, Grosvenor Square and Hyde Park. Comprehensive restoraion of the accommodations has preserved all the period features.

Connaught hotel:Carlos Place, Mayfair. Top international chefs make the hotel cuisine one of the top quality and consistency over the years. Superb service and stunning traditional style.

Crowne Plaza St James is a standard, Edwardian pediod style, 4 star hotel, five minutes walk from Buckingham Palace. It has a rather pricey good restaurant and patchy service. You leave messages to residents and they sometimes loose themselves in the wilderness.

Crown Plaza hotel::Blackfriars City, excellent large 4 star hotel popular with bankers and business people with City needs and links.

The Dorchester: Mayfair: Luxurious, opulent, exclusive, are all words that describe this legendary hotel. Located majestically overlooking London's Hyde Park. Difficult to park your Rolls Royce here. The right place if you want to be seen by the paparazzi.

Intercontinental hotel:Piccadilly, near Hyde Park end.

Lanesborough hotel:Hyde Park Corner, SW1. Transformed from a hospital to a 4 star hotel, opulence comes to mind on entering this friendly hotel. Tea time is lovely!

Langham hotel:: Portland Place, excellent large, very centrally located, luxury 4 star hotel. Another hotel with staff often displaying dodgy manners.

Hilton Park Lane hotel: Mayfair, this is the top quality of all the London Hiltons. It is surprising how big is the difference in quality between them all. Naughty.

Ritz hotel:Piccadilly, one of the very top London hotels

Sanderson hotel: Fitzrovia

Savoy hotel:Strand, very central location overlooking the North bank of the river Thames, staff seem to think they own the place. Very old hotel with some upgrading and refurbishments.

Sofitel hotel:Pall Mall, not too big, not too small. Opposite the Institute of Directors and the most exclusive members clubs, yet only few minutes from everywhere in Central London. St James Park, Piccadilly, Regent Street, Covent Garden, The river Thames..Fantastic location, top quality restaurant, the french chef Mr. Roux is one of the most well known geniuses of French cusine in the UK. Very pretty decor, cosy main entrance

St. Martins hotel: Covent Garden. Very central location. The first and most successful hotel in applying the Minimalist look in a luxury hotel. Good result. The hotel is totally surrounded by many of the best national and international restaurants, it has a very hard job to retain its clients for meals.

Good quality Four star hotels

Britannia International Hotel: Canary Wharf, Docklands. The heart of the Port of London. The BI International Hotel is a standard 4 star hotel Located 25 miles from Heathrow Airport and 48 miles from Gatwick Airport. A real modern trophy Hotel. Situated in the heart of the Port of London. Set around a stunning variety of Docks and pedestrian bridges including the Water's Edge, Adjacent To Canary Wharf.

Cadogan hotel: Knightsbridge. One of the most sought after residential parts of London.

Carlton hotel: Belgravia the diplomatic area of London where most embassies are.

Chancery hotel: Holborn WC1. Near the City, the finanncial and business centre of the country.

Churchill hotel: Marylebone. Hyatt Regency Group.

Conran hotel: Fulham. Beautyful, luxurious, romantic location, miles from Trafalgar Square and almost anywhere else.

Dukes hotel: Recently bought by the son of the very well known, admired and respected hotel magnate, Lord Forte, this hotel is an old favourite grand British style hotel with top decor and beauty in spite of its narrow entrance. It is known to be a very expensive hotel, but it is situated in a lovely position. Surrounded by places such as: Mayfair, Green Park and Piccadilly. Yet, a quite location off the main road.

Forum hotel: Holiday Inn Kensington now. What twisted mind invented the same name for the Holiday Inn across the road and seem to enjoy the continuos, endless stream of tourists running around and across the busy road, looking for the right Holiday Inn. Cromwell Road, but the main entrance is facing a lovely Victorian line of terraced houses. A pleasing hall, very chic atmosphere, enormous size modern skyscraper with lost of personality.

Great Eastern Hotel: right above Liverpool Street railway and underground stations. The area is deserted at night and very vibrant during the day. Like so many of the recent minimalist hotel refurbishments, very luxury the look, but cold and impersonal. this one has a huge entrance hall and as you look up you are faced with a grand staircase. A mixture of grandeur and follie.

Grosvenor House hotel:Park Lane and Mayfair entrances. The old lady of London hotels. Superb decor, elegant and good quality cuisine. Slightly slow concierge service,

Hilton Euston, Holiday Inn Regents Park still very central, but would be considerably cheaper. The following hotels are similar:

Howard hotel:Embankment. Good central location. Luxury surroundings. Top quality food. Professional staff. Location: very good. Near the Strand, the City, a walking distance from Trafalgar Square, Soho, Piccadilly and facing the North bank of the river Thames.

Kingsway Hall Hotel: Covent Garden or more like Holborn as a location. Near the Strand the theatreland of London, WC2

Le Meridien hotel:Piccadilly. Reputed to suffer from snooty staff discriminating on clients origins with erratic service

Le Meridien Gatwick hotel:Very useful for onvenight stay at the airport, top class hotel with rooms insulated from the aircrafts noise.

Lowndes hotel: Belgravia, SW1

Mandarin Oriental hotel:Knightsbridge. Near Harrods. Fantastic Edwardian architecture. Very classic good quality English hotel with lovely restaurant overlooking the South part of Hyde Park.

Marriott hotel: Waterloo SE1, South bank of the river Thames with stunning view of the Big Ben and London. Unfortunately, because it was redeveloped from a Grade II protected building, once the London Great Council Town Hall, it had to keep most of the original interiors, Result? A pecular shape, maze-like place with austere and at times, depressing atmosphere.

Millennium hotel: Gloucester Road,

Riverbank hotel:Albert Embankment. Brand new luxury hotel overlooking the South bank of the river Thams. A stunning view of London. The food is excellent, the staff very friendly and nice. The terrace ideal for receptions.

Royal Garden hotel:High Street Kensington. Another old, cosy place. It has not been renovated for a while, but it has large number of followers among the British crowd and many Charity do's are held there. Grand entrance, good food, teatime here is very typical and with a lovely atmosphere.

Sheraton hotel:Knightsbridge. About a mile from Piccadilly and Trafalgar Square and near the luxury shops that are growing every year around Harrods, the hotel has its own casino and good quality restaurant. Many colourful gossips in and around this modern style hotel.

Wardolf hotel:Aldwych, Historic past but refurbished in the minimalist style and is partly period, partly contemporary.

Westbury hotel:Decadent hotel in Bond Street. Location is fantastic, but very modest past refurbishment mean that some rooms are not top standard.

Alternative, low budget 4 star like hotels

Browns hotel: Mayfair. One the classic oldie, small, cosy, English style hotels. Not for you if you are fussy!

Cavendish hotel: St. James's W1

City Westminster hotel:Sandwiched between a busy road junction with an added walking facility to cure the problem, but still lacking atmosphere and small narrow entrance hall.

Copthorne Tara hotel: High Street Kensington, a real gem, large entrance hall, friendly staff, good restaurant and frequest entertainment for both the tuorist and the corporate clients, but location difficult for the older visitors as it is a far walk from most areas they wish to visit.

Crowne Plaza St James is a standard 4 star near Buckingham Palace.

Cumberland hotel:Very Central location facing in part Hyde Park and Park Lane. Completely refurbished in a minimalist style. Rather cold and impersonal entrance hall. Noisy rooms above delivery service areas and areas facing Oxford Street, in spite of glazed windows. Some rooms are amazing: (we advice you to check 1005) cold shower before being able to reach hot water tap to change the temperature!

Crown Plaza Royal Dock:Isolated and difficult to reach. Attracts both a budget client and being next to the Excell Exhibition hall, business clients. It does not appear to have as high quality standard as its sister City hotel and clients are faced with very expensive taxi fairs, as it is in the very East of London, a long distance from the West End.

Harrington Hall hotel: Kensington South. Is this the one charging clients just for touching a drink bottle?

The following hotels are similar and roughly equivalent to 3 star London hotels

Bonnington hotel, Southampton Row * Corus Hyde Park hotel * Kensington Close hotel * Strand Palace hotel * Rembrandt hotel, Kensington * Royal National hotel * Rubens Hotel, Victoria * Thistle City Barbican with swimming pool

Dolphin Square Hotel: Westminster, large block comprising flats as well. Undergoing an ownership change and lots of changes and possiblt refurbishment. It used to be a superior class hotel strategically located in Pimlico, but now in sort of run down state. Situated on the North Side of the river Thames skirting the Embankment, a very busy major road.

Drury Lane hotel:Near the British Museum, the National Museum of Archealogy, it reminds as of a post war bunker.

Flemings Hotel:Mayfair,

Harrison Hall Hotel: South Kensington SW7

Hesperia hotel: Victoria SW1

Hilton hotel: Olympia

Hilton hotel: Paddington W2

Holiday Inn hotel: Heathrow (Bath Road) Hayes

Holiday Inn hotel: Kings Cross

Holiday Inn:Mayfair,

Holiday Inn Regents Park: Still quite central, just few minute walk above Oxford Street, below Regents Park and the London Zoo, would be considerably cheaper, probably because of the location.

Jurys Clifton Ford hotel: Marylebone W1

Jurys:Great Russell Street

Landmark hotel: Marylebone Road, NW1

London Bridge Hotel: Situated on the SOuth Bank of the river Thames next to London bridge Railway station, SE1

Marble Arch hotel: Just about four star rating, because of the eccellent central location. Unbelievably ugly entrance, some people look mistified when they are initially faced with an escalator. Good restaurant and breakfast room. Most of the times it gives the impression of a seaport.

Mayfair hotel:Currently being refurbished and inconvenienced

Trafalgar hotel:of the Thistle group. off Trafalgar Square. Just behind the National gallery. Superb location. It has seen better times in the past. Run down.