Top 3 Best Boutique Hotels in London


Boutique hotels – it’s a phrase we hear often and yet we don’t all realise what that phrase promises us when it comes to booking a London hotel. In fact, it promises unique, stylish and distinctive facilities that stand out from a chain of hotels where you know exactly what you will get. A boutique hotel promises an experience unlike anything you will experience elsewhere.
So if you want to book a break in London and you want an experience never to be forgotten, here are three of the top boutique hotels to choose from. If you are seeking the unmissable and the unforgettable, these should be top of your list.
Caesar Hotel near Hyde Park
If you’re looking for something more appealing than a three star hotel, go one star further and consider the Caesar Hotel in Queen’s Gardens. This is within a short walk of Hyde Park, which immediately gives you plenty of things to consider doing.
But back to the hotel, which has an impressive 140 rooms – every one of which is carefully designed to appeal to its guests. Many luxurious facilities come as standard, such as the flat screen TVs with access to satellite television channels. What better way to enjoy a couple of relaxing hours after a day out in London?

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Hempel Hotel in Bayswater
This five star hotel has a Japanese theme, so if you love minimalist designs you’ll feel right at home here. The bathrooms are just as sumptuous as the bedrooms, so if you’re looking for a romantic break for two, this boutique hotel would certainly offer you everything you are looking for. Clean lines, superb quality furnishings and every detail taken care of – that’s what you’ll get here.
The hotel also has a restaurant, a lounge bar and a selection of private dining rooms to choose from if you want something more intimate.
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St Ermin’s near St James’ Park
This boutique hotel in Central London boasts a selection of rooms, suites and family rooms, so it caters for all kinds of different audiences. The one thing you can count on with every room is a delightful appearance, with the smallest details taken care of in each case. One of the highlights of this boutique hotel is that it is near St James’ Park, so you are on the doorstep of one of London’s finest green spaces.
Guests are also treated to a range of communal spaces, including the bar and grill. Much care has been taken to ensure this hotel offers a unique and pleasant experience for all its guests.
Choosing a boutique hotel
When you book this type of hotel you’re booking something truly unique. Whether it is modern surroundings, Japanese fare or something completely different you’re looking for, you will always find the ideal boutique hotel for your needs in the heart of London. The trick is to zero in on the area you’d most like to stay in, and see what it has to offer you. You’ll likely find some real treats to explore, just like the ones above.

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