Best Hotels, B&B's and Hostels in London

We list the best hotels, hostels, B&Bs and guesthouses in London as recommended by travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Frommer’s, Fodor’s, New York Times and more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews and we only listed places that have at least a 4 out of 5-star customer review rating.
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  • 4.5 Hoxton Hotel London

    The Hoxton Hotel, London

    CNN

    “This smart budget option could not be better located, bang in the middle of the capital’s most buzzing nightlife area. The Hoxton has been a big hit since it opened in 2006, not least for its famed £1 rooms, which it sells throughout the year.”

  • 4.6 Edition London

    Hotel The Edition, London

    New York Times

    “Step through the glass cube entryway and into the soaring marble lobby with its frothy belle epoque ceilings. Don’t let the scenesters in the lobby put you off. The friendly, unpretentious service and beautiful public spaces make for a standout stay.”

  • 4.6 Artist Residence London

    Artist Residence Hotel, London

    New York Times

    “An intimate boutique hotel in the true sense of the word — small, and loaded with charm and whimsy — with the added benefit of such cheery, personable staff that I watched one guest give a concierge member a hug upon checkout.”

  • 4.4 Pilgrm Hotel London

    The Pilgrm Hotel, London

    The Guardian

    “Space may be at a premium in The Pilgrm hotel, but beautiful reclaimed fixtures and tempting food more than make up for the lack of elbow room. Cocktails, comfort, great cuisine… not things a true pilgrim would expect, but I can imagine food, style and bargain lovers everywhere being happy to make a pilgrmage.”

  • 4.7 Savoy Hotel London

    Hotel The Savoy, London

    CNN

    “Perfectly located for the shops of Covent Garden and the cinemas of Leicester Square, The Savoy was Marilyn Monroe’s London hotel of choice and, if you can stretch to the £400-plus nightly fee, it can to become yours.”

  • 4.8 Charlotte Street Hotel London

    Charlotte Street Hotel, London

    Fodors

    “A beautiful boutique property in the heart of Central London, the Charlotte Street Hotel is all literary nods and artistic winks. Located on a relatively quiet side street in Fitzrovia, the hotel is a classy establishment that will appeal to the style maven.”

    Featured as Fodor’s Choice in London.

  • 4.6 South Place Hotel London

    South Place Hotel, London

    Lonely Planet

    “A hip, design-led boutique hotel, South Place impresses at every turn. From the art-filled lobby and espionage-inspired theme to the Michelin-starred seafood restaurant and 80 beautifully laid-out rooms – every detail has been carefully considered.”

  • 4.7 Claridges London

    Claridge’s Hotel, London

    Fodors

    “A grand dame London hotel with a history as rich as many of its guests, Claridge’s justifies its high rates with exceptional standards of luxury and service.”

    Featured as Fodor’s Choice in London.

  • 4.6 Number Sixteen London

    Hotel Number Sixteen, London

    Frommers

    “The Firmdale Hotels group mostly operates boldfaced-name hotels in the West End—the kinds of places where scenesters swill designer gin and fashion magazines shoot. Here, though, husband/wife designers/owners Tim and Kit Kemp create one of the loveliest B&B experiences in the city.”

    Featured as Frommer’s Exceptional Choice in London.

  • 4.4 The East London Hotel

    The East London Hotel, London

    The Guardian

    “This 161-room hotel with stylish cafe-bar is a great base from which to explore central London, the entertainment hub of Shoreditch and newly buzzing Bethnal Green itself, with contemporary restaurants and more cocktail bars than you could shake a swizzle stick at.”

    Featured in The Guardian’s 50 Best Hotels and B&Bs in The UK.

  • 4.6 Bankside Hotel London

    Bankside Hotel Autograph Collection, London

    CN Traveler

    “Despite a profanity of high-rises gobbling up the sight lines, the Bankside Hotel is appealingly succinct at just six stories behind Blackfriars Bridge, angled to catch the light. It’s been curated by Dayna Lee, the film-set designer for Dances With Wolves.”

    Featured in CN Traveler’s Best New Hotels of 2019.

  • 4.8 Belmond Cadogan London

    Belmond Cadogan Hotel, London

    CN Traveler

    “Following Belmond’s four-year renovation of the five adjoining Queen Anne townhouses—one the old home of socialite Lillie Langtry—now the vibe is understated, marbled elegance but with Saatchi-worthy art and a crystal-encrusted peacock.”

    Featured in CN Traveler’s Best New Hotels of 2019.

  • 4.7 Intercontinental O2 London

    Hotel Intercontinental The O2, London

    New York Times

    “For riverside luxury, try the InterContinental London – The O2, which opened in Greenwich in 2015.”

    Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Southeast London.

  • 4.4 Great Northern Hotel London

    Great Northern Hotel, London

    New York Times

    “With an air of history and quick access to the Underground, this stylish hotel provides a great base for exploring London. The theme of rail travel is present in the hotel’s stylish décor: ‘Do not disturb’ signs bear antique illustrations of railway signals, and ‘Couchette’ rooms, with built-in beds, take their design cues from sleeper cars.”

  • 4.4 Laslett Hotel London

    The Laslett Hotel, London

    New York Times

    “With its fine style, comfort and friendly staff, the Laslett fills a gap in a neighborhood with surprisingly few boutique hotels.”

  • 4.6 Hotel The Rookery London

    Hotel The Rookery, London

    CNN

    “Located in a quiet area a short distance from the Barbican, St. Paul’s, Holborn and the City, the Rookery is characterized by open fires, Georgian detailing, wonky floors and bulging bookshelves.”

  • 4.7 Henriette Hotel London

    The Henrietta Hotel, London

    CN Traveler

    “In the heart of the West End, with nightlife literally on your doorstep, this is a great first-time stay. Is it a bar or a hotel? The discreet entrance right in the middle of rather hotel-less Covent Garden makes you do a double take.”

    Featured in CN Traveler’s 2018 Hot List.

  • 4.5 Standard Hotel London

    The Standard Hotel, London

    New York Times

    “A monumental renovation, right across Euston Road, is now home to Europe’s first Standard Hotel. It took years and many millions to turn this Brutalist former municipal structure into the luxury hotel that opened last summer.”

    Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in King’s Cross, London.

  • 4.5 Rosewood London

    Rosewood Hotel, London

    CN Traveler

    “The Rosewood London brought a neglected Edwardian pile back to life—the Mirror Room is fabulous—but it’s also helped put Holborn back on the map for Londoners.”

    Featured in CN Traveler’s 2020 Gold List.

  • 4.5 Mandarin Hyde Park

    Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park Hotel, London

    CN Traveler

    “After a fire, this local stalwart reopened in April 2019. Gone are the heavy curtains and throws. Instead, everything is lighter, fresher—even the marbled lobby. Rooms have been painted a pale gray, and had gold lampshades added.”

    Featured in CN Traveler’s 2020 Gold List.

  • 4.7 Ham Yard London

    Ham Yard Hotel, London

    CN Traveler

    “Snug within its own Soho enclave, Ham Yard still feels as fresh as when it opened in 2014, with its procession of fabrics, textures, and fizzy commotion that rebooted the whole concept of the boutique hotel.”

    Featured in CN Traveler’s 2020 Gold List.

  • 4.5 Zetter Townhouse

    The Zetter Townhouse Clerkenwell, London

    CN Traveler

    “The maximalist Zetter Townhouse taps a rich vein of Victorian eccentricity to create an urban den with genuine warmth—a theme hotel without the cheese. It’s a lovely, under-the-radar hotel that’s for real London lovers.”

    Featured in CN Traveler’s 2020 Gold List.

  • 4.7 Langham London

    The Langham Hotel, London

    CN Traveler

    “This great big castle of a building is less than five minutes’ walk from Oxford Circus, but still far enough away for the noise of crowds to have dissipated. The Langham first opened in 1865, so it’s self-assured, yet more modern than most hotels of its age.”

    Featured in CN Traveler’s 2020 Gold List.

  • 4.8 Lanesborough Hotel

    The Lanesborough Hotel, London

    CN Traveler

    “On Hyde Park, The Lanesborough is an unashamed concoction of gilding, trompe l’oeil, and marble that has all the interior oomph of a palace hotel—and, with a butler for each room, service to match.”

    Featured in CN Traveler’s 2020 Gold List.

  • 4.7 Connaught London

    The Connaught Hotel, London

    CN Traveler

    “With smart dining from star-spangled chefs including Jean-George Vongerichten, an ethereal Aman Spa, and quite possibly the best hotel bar in town, The Connaught is a distillation of everything that makes Mayfair tick.”

    Featured in CN Traveler’s 2020 Gold List.

  • 4.8 The Beaumont

    The Beaumont Hotel, London

    CN Traveler

    “This was the first hotel by celebrated restaurateurs Corbin and King, of the Wolseley fame, and is perhaps best known for the enormous pixelated steel figure jutting out of the elegant façade: Room, Gormley’s sculpture, which you can sleep inside.”

    Featured in CN Traveler’s 2020 Gold List.

  • 4.4 St. Pancras Renaissance

    St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel, London

    New York Times

    “St. Pancras Renaissance first opened as the Midland Grand Hotel in 1873, it reopened in 2011 after a comprehensive renovation. Now it’s one of the grandest hotels in London. The double-height Chambers Suites offer mesmerizing views right into the station.”

    Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in King’s Cross, London.

  • 4.3 Wombat City London

    Wombat’s CITY Hostel, London

    Telegraph

    “Stylish décor and spacious rooms in London’s East End make this a great option for those looking to capture the capital via their Instagram feed, while still keeping to an affordable budget.”

  • 4.3 Park Villa London

    Park Villa Boutique Hostel, London

    Telegraph

    “Having survived being bombed in the Second World War, this 300-year-old restored Georgian Regency villa and coach house is now an award-winning modern boutique hostel in East London. With comfortable beds and an abundance of thoughtful extras, it’s considered among the best of its kind in the country.”

  • 4.6 Hazlitt's Hotel London

    Hazlitt’s Boutique Hotel, London

    Lonely Planet

    “Built in 1718 and comprising four original Georgian houses, this Soho gem was the one-time home of essayist William Hazlitt. The 30 guest rooms have been furnished with original antiques from the appropriate era and boast a profusion of seductive details.”

  • 4.5 Arosfa Hotel London

    The Arosfa Hotel, London

    CNN

    “The Arosfa Hotel is a reasonably priced townhouse hotel was once the Bloomsbury home of artist John Everett Millais. It’s close to Euston Station, the British Museum and the shops of Oxford Street.”

  • 4.6 citizenm London

    citizenM Hotel Tower of London

    Lonely Planet

    “Downstairs it looks like a rich hipster’s living room, with well-stocked bookshelves, kooky art, Beefeater knick-knacks and lots of work space. Rooms are compact but well-designed.”

  • 4.5 Bloomsbury Hotel London

    The Bloomsbury Hotel, London

    CN Traveler

    “The Bloomsbury is bringing the Grand Dame back to London. Even if you are not staying there, you have to make time for a cocktail or two at its fabulously designed Coral Room. But the location, in central-west London, walking distance to major sites and train lines that can get you anywhere in town, is unbeatable in this city.”

    Featured in CN Traveler’s 2018 Hot List.

  • 4.6 The Ned London

    The Ned Hotel, London

    CN Traveler

    “Dreamed up by Soho House founder Nick Jones, The Ned has nine restaurants, 15 bars, a spa, two pools and a members’ club. The imposing hulk of a building used to be the headquarters of the Midland Bank.”

    Featured in CN Traveler’s 2018 Hot List.

Guest rating
Price (usd)

The Hoxton Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

CNN, Lonely Planet, Fodors, Telegraph

4.5
125 euro 111 gbp 155 usd 16430 jpy 120 cad 120 aud 1213 hkd 204 sgd 145 chf 984 cny 1278 sek 936 dkk 1207 nok

Hotel The Edition, London

Reccomended by:

New York Times, Fodors, Telegraph

4.6
309 euro 275 gbp 382 usd 40492 jpy 297 cad 297 aud 2991 hkd 504 sgd 359 chf 2425 cny 3151 sek 2307 dkk 2975 nok

Artist Residence Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

New York Times, Fodors, Telegraph

4.6
144 euro 128 gbp 178 usd 18868 jpy 138 cad 138 aud 1393 hkd 234 sgd 167 chf 1130 cny 1468 sek 1075 dkk 1386 nok

The Pilgrm Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

The Guardian, CN Traveler, Telegraph

4.4
110 euro 98 gbp 137 usd 14522 jpy 106 cad 106 aud 1072 hkd 180 sgd 128 chf 869 cny 1130 sek 827 dkk 1067 nok

Hotel The Savoy, London

Reccomended by:

CNN, Fodors, Telegraph

4.7
455 euro 404 gbp 562 usd 59572 jpy 438 cad 438 aud 4400 hkd 741 sgd 528 chf 3568 cny 4636 sek 3394 dkk 4377 nok

Charlotte Street Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

Fodors, CNN, Telegraph

4.8
282 euro 251 gbp 349 usd 36994 jpy 272 cad 272 aud 2732 hkd 460 sgd 328 chf 2216 cny 2879 sek 2107 dkk 2718 nok

South Place Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

Lonely Planet, Frommers, Telegraph

4.6
199 euro 177 gbp 246 usd 26076 jpy 191 cad 191 aud 1926 hkd 324 sgd 231 chf 1562 cny 2029 sek 1485 dkk 1916 nok

Claridge’s Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

Fodors, Frommers, Telegraph

4.7
546 euro 486 gbp 675 usd 71550 jpy 526 cad 526 aud 5285 hkd 891 sgd 634 chf 4286 cny 5568 sek 4077 dkk 5258 nok

Hotel Number Sixteen, London

Reccomended by:

Frommers, Fodors, Telegraph

4.6
234 euro 208 gbp 290 usd 30740 jpy 226 cad 226 aud 2270 hkd 382 sgd 272 chf 1841 cny 2392 sek 1751 dkk 2259 nok

The East London Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

The Guardian, Telegraph

4.4
56 euro 50 gbp 70 usd 7420 jpy 54 cad 54 aud 548 hkd 92 sgd 65 chf 444 cny 577 sek 422 dkk 545 nok

Bankside Hotel Autograph Collection, London

Reccomended by:

CN Traveler, Telegraph

4.6
194 euro 172 gbp 240 usd 25440 jpy 187 cad 187 aud 1879 hkd 316 sgd 225 chf 1524 cny 1980 sek 1449 dkk 1869 nok

Belmond Cadogan Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

CN Traveler, Telegraph

4.8
477 euro 424 gbp 590 usd 62540 jpy 460 cad 460 aud 4619 hkd 778 sgd 554 chf 3746 cny 4867 sek 3563 dkk 4596 nok

Hotel Intercontinental The O2, London

Reccomended by:

New York Times, Telegraph

4.7
145 euro 129 gbp 180 usd 19080 jpy 140 cad 140 aud 1409 hkd 237 sgd 169 chf 1143 cny 1485 sek 1087 dkk 1402 nok

Great Northern Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

New York Times, Telegraph

4.4
149 euro 133 gbp 185 usd 19610 jpy 144 cad 144 aud 1448 hkd 244 sgd 173 chf 1174 cny 1526 sek 1117 dkk 1441 nok

The Laslett Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

New York Times, Telegraph

4.4
157 euro 140 gbp 195 usd 20670 jpy 152 cad 152 aud 1526 hkd 257 sgd 183 chf 1238 cny 1608 sek 1177 dkk 1519 nok

Hotel The Rookery, London

Reccomended by:

CNN, Fodors

4.6
148 euro 131 gbp 183 usd 19398 jpy 142 cad 142 aud 1432 hkd 241 sgd 172 chf 1162 cny 1509 sek 1105 dkk 1425 nok

The Henrietta Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

CN Traveler, Telegraph

4.7
225 euro 200 gbp 279 usd 29574 jpy 217 cad 217 aud 2184 hkd 368 sgd 262 chf 1771 cny 2301 sek 1685 dkk 2173 nok

The Standard Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

New York Times

4.5
201 euro 179 gbp 249 usd 26394 jpy 194 cad 194 aud 1949 hkd 328 sgd 234 chf 1581 cny 2054 sek 1503 dkk 1939 nok

Rosewood Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

CN Traveler

4.5
347 euro 308 gbp 429 usd 45474 jpy 334 cad 334 aud 3359 hkd 566 sgd 403 chf 2724 cny 3539 sek 2591 dkk 3341 nok

Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

CN Traveler

4.5
664 euro 590 gbp 820 usd 86920 jpy 639 cad 639 aud 6420 hkd 1082 sgd 770 chf 5207 cny 6765 sek 4952 dkk 6387 nok

Ham Yard Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

CN Traveler

4.7
371 euro 330 gbp 459 usd 48654 jpy 358 cad 358 aud 3593 hkd 605 sgd 431 chf 2914 cny 3786 sek 2772 dkk 3575 nok

The Zetter Townhouse Clerkenwell, London

Reccomended by:

CN Traveler

4.5
218 euro 194 gbp 270 usd 28620 jpy 210 cad 210 aud 2114 hkd 356 sgd 253 chf 1714 cny 2227 sek 1630 dkk 2103 nok

The Langham Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

CN Traveler

4.7
242 euro 215 gbp 299 usd 31694 jpy 233 cad 233 aud 2341 hkd 394 sgd 281 chf 1898 cny 2466 sek 1805 dkk 2329 nok

The Lanesborough Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

CN Traveler

4.8
566 euro 503 gbp 699 usd 74094 jpy 545 cad 545 aud 5473 hkd 922 sgd 657 chf 4438 cny 5766 sek 4221 dkk 5445 nok

The Connaught Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

CN Traveler

4.7
445 euro 396 gbp 550 usd 58300 jpy 429 cad 429 aud 4306 hkd 726 sgd 517 chf 3492 cny 4537 sek 3322 dkk 4284 nok

The Beaumont Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

CN Traveler

4.8
461 euro 410 gbp 570 usd 60420 jpy 444 cad 444 aud 4463 hkd 752 sgd 535 chf 3619 cny 4702 sek 3442 dkk 4440 nok

St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

New York Times

4.4
234 euro 208 gbp 289 usd 30634 jpy 225 cad 225 aud 2262 hkd 381 sgd 271 chf 1835 cny 2384 sek 1745 dkk 2251 nok

Wombat’s CITY Hostel, London

Reccomended by:

Telegraph

4.3
18 euro 16 gbp 23 usd 2438 jpy 17 cad 17 aud 180 hkd 30 sgd 21 chf 146 cny 189 sek 138 dkk 179 nok

Park Villa Boutique Hostel, London

Reccomended by:

Telegraph

4.3
19 euro 17 gbp 24 usd 2544 jpy 18 cad 18 aud 187 hkd 31 sgd 22 chf 152 cny 198 sek 144 dkk 186 nok

Hazlitt’s Boutique Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

Lonely Planet

4.6
201 euro 179 gbp 249 usd 26394 jpy 194 cad 194 aud 1949 hkd 328 sgd 234 chf 1581 cny 2054 sek 1503 dkk 1939 nok

The Arosfa Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

CNN

4.5
89 euro 79 gbp 111 usd 11766 jpy 86 cad 86 aud 869 hkd 146 sgd 104 chf 704 cny 915 sek 670 dkk 864 nok

citizenM Hotel Tower of London

Reccomended by:

Lonely Planet

4.6
101 euro 90 gbp 125 usd 13250 jpy 97 cad 97 aud 978 hkd 165 sgd 117 chf 793 cny 1031 sek 755 dkk 973 nok

The Bloomsbury Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

CN Traveler

4.5
202 euro 180 gbp 250 usd 26500 jpy 195 cad 195 aud 1957 hkd 330 sgd 235 chf 1587 cny 2062 sek 1510 dkk 1947 nok

The Ned Hotel, London

Reccomended by:

CN Traveler

4.6
218 euro 194 gbp 270 usd 28620 jpy 210 cad 210 aud 2114 hkd 356 sgd 253 chf 1714 cny 2227 sek 1630 dkk 2103 nok

FAQ

What are the best neighborhoods to stay in London?
London is a 21st-century city with history stretching back to Roman times. It is the capital city of England and the United Kingdom and the city housing Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Houses of Parliament, ‘Big Ben’ clock tower, and the London Eye. Some of the major neighborhoods in London are:

Mayfair
London's West End is the most affluent and richest area in Central London, full of five-star hotels, desinger shops and the posh restaurants.

Shoreditch
London's East End is the hipster part of Central London, full of coffee shops, cool bars, markets and vintage shops. It's also home to the start-up scene, most of them are around Old Street.

Southwark
Sat on the south bank of the river Thames, this area is home to the famous Tate Modern and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. You can also find The Shard, the tallest building in the city, and Borough Market here.

Dalston
Dalston is a neighborhood that is home to pop-up supper clubs, community gardens, literary cafés, and many more establishments.

Peckham
Peckham is among the coolest neighborhoods in South London that has numerous stylish cafes, indie-stores, a rooftop bar, and gives the feeling of a community.

Stoke Newington
Stoke Newington is a neighborhood that is known for underground cocktails bars, posh pizza parlors, indie boozers, charity-shops, among others. The neighborhood does not have any overground or tube links and is a greater version of Dalston.

King’s Cross
King’s Cross was a neighborhood infamous for its all-night raves, now it is the center of cafés and galleries as well as multinational headquarters of Google and The Guardian.

Kensal Rise
Kensal Rise is a neighborhood that is located between Queen’s Park and Ladbroke Grove. The neighborhood has many bars such as Paradise by Kensal Green.

Hackney Wick
Hackney Wick is one of the coolest neighborhoods in London and is the home to many restaurants, club spaces, art galleries, and craft breweries. The area has a growing collection of warehouses.

Walthamstow
Walthamstow is a stylish and creative neighborhood with an artsy and bohemian feel that hosts several arts festivals and has a thriving community for new artists.

Read also our guide about the best areas to stay in London.
How much does it cost to stay in a London hotel?
For a 3-star hotel you have to pay around $140 per night and for a 4-star hotel you would be looking at $210 per night. If you're after a luxury 5-star London hotel then you can expect to pay around $370 per night.
Which London hotel serves great breakfast?
Try Charlotte Street Hotel, The Arosfa Hotel or The Laslett Hotel if you're looking for a delicious breakfast at a hotel in London. They all have excellent customer review ratings for breakfast.
Which London hotel offers great views?
If you're looking for a room with a view, then try the Hotel Intercontinental The O2 or citizenM Hotel Tower of London. Both offer amazing views of London according to recent customer reviews.
Which London hotel offers a great rooftop bar or rooftop restaurant?
Looking for a great view while having your dinner or drinking a beer? The Ned Hotel has one of the best rooftop bar in London.
Which London hotel is the best for couples?
Try Hotel Intercontinental The O2, it has some excellent recent customer reviews by couples.
Which London hotels are the best for families?
If you're looking to stay in London with your family, then try Charlotte Street Hotel. The hotel has excellent review ratings by families.
What are the best things to do in London?
Stonehenge, Windsor Castle, and Bath from London. Visit some of the top attractions outside of London on this day trip to Stonehenge, Windsor Castle and the historic town of Bath. Price: $107.

Magical London: Harry Potter Guided Walking Tour. Embark on an interactive Harry Potter tour around central London with an expert guide. Choose from either a boat or London Underground trip for the experience. Price: $27.

London: Westminster to Greenwich River Thames Cruise. Take a 1-way or return cruise from Westminster to Greenwich (or vice versa) and see the sights of London from a different perspective. Listen to an informative audio commentary as you admire monuments such as the Tower of London from the River Thames. Price: $18.

More things to do in London

About London

London is the capital of England and the United Kingdom. London ranks as the most populous city in both England and the United Kingdom. For several years reaching almost two millennia, London has been a major settlement. The ancient core of London which is the City of London still retains its medieval boundaries making it a unique, fascinating and important site.

London is a leading global city in several human endeavors such as arts, commerce, entertainment, education, fashion, finance, healthcare, media and professional services. London also ranks as a leading city in research and tourism making it a popular tourist destination. London is the world’s largest financial center and is often regarded as the world’s cultural capital.
London is sometimes regarded as the world most visited by measuring the international arrivals and holds the world’s largest city airport system when measuring passenger traffic. London is a top investment destination which makes the city open to further growth and development.

London universities form the largest concentration of higher education institutions in all of Europe with some of the universities regarded as some of the best in the world. London is the first city to host the Summer Olympic Games three times.

Through the recommended hotels listed below, you can easily find the best places to stay in London, United Kingdom. If you like our list of hotels, hostels and B&Bs in London, then you should also check out our selection of recommended hotels in Glasgow or the best hotels in Dublin.