You don’t need me to tell you there are some world-class hotels within the Greater London area. But world-class doesn’t nessisarly mean it has the best value for money and when you are looking for a hotel in this area you will struggle to work out which offers the best for your money. While I haven’t stayed in all the hotels in this area I have stayed in more than enough to justify making this list os what I think are ten of the very best hotels within the Greater London area…
10 – Great Northern Hotel, Kings Cross, London – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
Let’s get the most expensive out of the way first. Sure, it costs more than most people would be willing to pay, but this 5-star hotel is the hight of both luxury and convenient location. With its endless list of modern amenities and historical significance, this is a hotel that has a lot to boast about but does require a lot of your hard earned cash.
9 – Qbic Hotel London City, Adler St, Whitechapel – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
We go from the most expensive hotel to the one that I think offers the best value for money within the Greater London area. This is a super trendy hotel that is style pouring out of its doors, but yet it doesn’t overcharge meaning it is always super busy so do be sure to book as early as possible.
8 – Hub by Premier Inn, St Martin’s Lane, Charing Cross – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
Sure, this is a chain hotel, but it is one that stands out from the norm. With is modern, functional rooms you get a lot for your money and it really doesn’t ask for a lot of money in the first place making it great value for money especially given its busy Charing Cross location.
7 – Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, Westminster Bridge Road, Lambeth – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
While its streamlined rooms will not be to everyone’s tastes they are the perfect size for short stays, especially if you are doing business in the area. With a very nice indoor pool and refined restaurant, there is more than enough here to justify its asking price. Once you see this stunning hotel from the outside you will want to do the Lambeth walk all the way into it.
6 – The Hoxton, High Holborn, Holborn – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
If you fancy a lively weekend in London and don’t mind paying a little extra for the hotel this is the perfect place to stay. Not only is the hotel modern looking with chic rooms, but it is also conveniently located next to several top restaurants and bars making it a great hotel for lads or girls on a big night out.
5 – Hilton London Bankside, Great Suffolk Street, London – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
This hotel offers everything you might expect from a Hilton hotel. With highly polished rooms that all come with free Wi-Fi and access to an indoor pool. Then when you want to unwind there is a sleek restaurant and a hip bar waiting for you downstairs.
4 – St. James’ Court, Buckingham Gate, Westminster – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
If you plan to see all the big sights of London this is the hotel to stay in. With large, plush rooms this 1902 hotel has class coming out of the windows and its central location makes it perfect for anyone on their first ever visit to London.
3 – St Paul’s Hotel, Hammersmith Road, Hammersmith – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
Once upon a time, this hotel was, in fact, a school, but now it is a lesson in comfort and value for money. With its sophisticated restaurant and a bar this hotel has all you need for a great stay and boy will you want to stay here, probably forever!
2 – The Royal Horseguards, Whitehall Central, Westminster – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
The good news is you don’t have to be a real Royal Horseguard to stay here, but you will need a lot of money. But class and style are what you pay for here and this hotel has a lot of that for sure. With front facing rooms overlooking the Themes, it takes you back in time without looking face by bringing you a host of modern amenities.
1 – Andaz London, Liverpool St, London – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
We finish off with a very stylish hotel that keeps it humble by offering classic pub & Japanese dining as well as a host of other luxuries one of which is a steam room. While there is an air of business styling in this hotel it is good for a weekend getaway as the weekends do tend to be a lot quieter than the weekdays.