London’s Indulgent Delights –The City’s Most Stylish Hotels

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London is home to some of the world’s most glamorous, luxurious hotels, sights, shopping and dining experiences, and when looking to indulge for a once in a lifetime trip to the ultimate British destination, there are few better places to explore than the entertainment and attractions that London has to offer. For a truly sophisticated experience with a touch of culture, visit some of the most famous hotels in London.


45 Park Lane is an Art Deco hotel that is home to not only some of Damien Hirst’s work, but also to Wolfgang Puck, a restaurant that ranks among the world’s best. Ask for a room with a balcony overlooking Hyde Park, and be prepared for the finest of Art Deco design in the rooms fused with the latest gadgets ¬– each room has its own iPad, and the lights and blinds operate at the touch of a screen.


Claridges is the Harrods of London hotels, providing traditional, classic elegance. Hire a suite here for a weekend, and it comes with its own butler. The hotel also has a rooftop spa that offers Sisley treatments. For early flights into London, the Four Seasons Hotel at Park Lane has its own arrivals lounge, as well a 10th floor gym and a spa for some serious pampering. The Italian restaurant on site, Amaranto, has a fabulous menu and an outdoor garden that is perfect for the summer months.

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For a stay at perhaps the most iconic hotel in London, The Dorchester is guaranteed to impress. Why not visit over Christmas and book up a Festive Suite, where the vibe is unparalleled and magical? With excellent staff and reviews to match, the Dorchester will not disappoint. The rooms are decorated in classic British style, and it is home to the famous Alain Ducasse restaurant. Alain Ducasse is the most successful restaurateur worldwide, and this, his first London premises with a distinctly French vibe, is London’s fine dining at its very best. For other spectacular dining experiences, Heston Blumenthal’s first London pad opened in 2011 and has continued to impress ever since. For refined and intelligent British brasserie dining, it’s hard to get better than this. Additionally, Gordon Ramsay’s stunning self-titled restaurant on Royal Hospital Road has three Michelin stars and it’s not hard to see why once you taste the food.


VIP visits to London attractions are a great way to see the sights in style and comfort. Whether it’s the Tower of London, the London Eye or St. Paul’s Cathedral that captures the imagination, there will be the opportunity to book up a private visit and experience London’s spectacular attractions first hand. Booking a private chauffeured sightseeing trip can minimize the stress of navigating London’s busy streets, and it’s a great way to make the most of a time-sensitive trip, too.

Executive cars are a stylish way to get around, and with a driver who knows his way around the Capital, journeys are pleasant, relaxed and hassle-free. A driver will also wait for their clients and be available for pick up at any time of the day or night, so after a trip sightseeing, a meal out or an evening at the theater, it’s easy to get back to the hotel. Organizations such as Media cars have a high reputation for excellence and are trusted by many. In fact, it’s easy to see why London town is so popular, as it really is the ideal destination for the most indulgent trip possible.

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