Boutique London hotels offer luxurious yet funky accommodations for London travellers; for tourists wishing to stay at stylish yet relatively affordable places, London is the place to go, with its themed bed-and-breakfasts.
Overlooking Queen’s Garden, next to the Royal Mews, you'll find 41, a sumptuous abode for the discerning traveller. Breakfast is included, and you get to enjoy club-like amenities in any of their 18 rooms which are decked in suave monochromes and fitted with mahogany panels; the beds have only the finest Savoir mattresses.
The Threadneedles HotelTower Bridge, and overlooking the Stock Market and the Bank of England, is a lavish sanctuary, with rooms decorated in contemporary chic. Manned by a superb service staff, it has all the necessary business traveller’s amenities, such as ADSL Internet, satellite TV, a safety deposit box, and all-day room service.
The Zetter, another boutique hotel in Clerkenwell, is a snazzy warehouse conversion, with ultramodern features in each of their 59 rooms; these are connected via lifts. There are also 7 spacious rooftop studios available, with private terraces for a view of St. Paul’s Cathedral and the “Gherkin” skyscraper. To enhance the distinctive identity of each room, designers and artists were hired to detail each one with personalised artwork, wallpaper panels, and custom furniture and ceramics. The hotel also has an impressive 5-storey atrium.
Myhotel Chelsea is located in the chic Brompton Cross district, near some of the world’s trés fashionable shops in London. Laid out based on feng shui principles, it has a sleek, smart design by Project Orange’s James Soane; myhotel Chelsea combines a touch of traditional England with the modern style of urban living. The hotel also books activities to help the traveller plan his or her London itinerary.