The London Design Festival is almost here and you need the best hotels to stay in this big city. So, today, we have a special list with our recommendations. Keep scrolling and choose the perfect hotel for you.
HIGH ROAD HOUSE
Photo © High Road House
Designed by Ilse Crawford, High Road House has really caught our eye due to the “Scandinavian-influenced white tongue-and-groove” in the rooms and the simply dazzling hand-painted wallpapers. The charming and refined member’ areas will make you feel unique, due to the stylish design and mid-century lighting designs.
SOUTH PLACE HOTEL
Photo © South Place Hotel
With an interior design where grays of various shades combine with a splash of color predominate, South Place is one of a kind place. The lighting is low and sullen, providing a personalized and relaxing atmosphere. Our favorite piece? A pillar encrusted with glittering stones! A must-stay hotel.
SHERATON GRAND LONDON PARK LANE
Photo © Sheraton Grand London Park Lane
Sheraton Grand London Park Lane is like entering a new world where art deco plays the main role. Art deco wall lamps shaped like paper scrolls, and mighty art deco pillars, exude a dreamy, milky-white light that won’t go unnoticed. Despite the overwhelming design of this glamours hotel, it has also an intimate environment that will make you feel at ease, especially due to the velvet sofas in the lobby and the cozy new affixed library area.
COMO THE HALKIN
Photo © COMO The Halkin
COMO The Halkin is the perfect combination of Asian minimalism and Art Deco. Sleek, uncluttered looks and cream tones, are some of the main features of this hotel. According to the telegraph, it “excels in the art of displaying assured self-confidence in what it does”.
THE LONDON EDITION
Photo © London EDITION
Designed by Celebrity hotelier Ian Schrager with the help of Marriott, the London EDITION has a grounded feel like any other. With a multi-functional lobby, this hotel is a great spot for after-work drinks.
TOWN HALL HOTEL & APARTMENTS
Photo © Town Hall Hotel
“Great things are happening in London’s East End, and the Town Hall Hotel in Bethnal Green is one of them – a stylish, modern revamp of a historic building, offering vintage furnishings, an excellent concierge, a trendy restaurant, buzzing bar and complimentary morning shuttle service to the City.”
Photo © Rosewood Hotel
Being know for Scarfes Bar, that has become a popular meeting place for Londoners, Rosewood London is deservedly popular. This hotel is a haven of calm and relaxation, where the decor is transitional, with a contemporary style mixed with classic elements that transform this place into a hotel not to miss! Designed by Toni Chi and Martin Brudnizki, it is possible to see their fingerprint in every single detail.
HAM YARD HOTEL
Photo © Ham Yard Hotel
Setting at the bottom of Regent Street, perfectly placed for Mayfair and Soho, this hotel is all about fun. From cozy-cool interiors to the neon light-lined bowling alley and bar, Ham Yard is flooded with light, and has a magical fourth floor roof terrace to die for! Don’t miss this mesmerizing experience.
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