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STAY: Top 5 Hotels To Rest And Relax In London

BY WENDY HUNG

Artist Residence London hotel

What we like: greats deals on modern and luxury, or hotels with art galleries attached. We’re also big fans of boutique options and apart-hotels. Any choice below promises to be your home to an amazing stay in Londontown!

1. One Aldwych

1 Aldwych, London WC2B 4BZ, United Kingdom (map, website)

Neighborhood: Covent Garden

If you find yourself in Covent Garden, you can’t miss the five-star One Aldwych. A contemporary option for those who love art as the walls on every floor are embellished with gorgeous modern pieces from around the world. In the last ten years, there has been a flood of new hotels emerging in London. One Aldwych, however, remains to be a place not for you to show off but to relax. Just swim a few laps in its stunning 59-foot, chlorine-free swimming pool with underwater music. Or spend a night in the hotel’s private theater. LUXE!

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2. The May Fair Hotel

Stratton St, Mayfair, London W1J 8LT, United Kingdom (map, website)

Neighborhood: Mayfair

Situated in London’s Luxury Quarter, The May Fair Hotel attracts the trendy and the stylish hopping in and out of Londontown. With more than 400 rooms and 37 suites, this luxury space is meant for lovers of chic and glamour. This is London Fashion Week’s choice of hotel and it doesn’t hurt that here you can find the city’s best martini bar. Can’t go wrong with The May Fair.

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SEE ALSO: This Lifestyle Blogger Gives Us The Ultimate Guide For A Chic London Night

3. Dean Street Townhouse

69 – 71 Dean St, London W1D 3SE, United Kingdom (map, website)

Neighborhood: Soho

There’s nothing better than a truly beautiful AND cozy boutique hotel, right in the hustle and bustle of London. Dean Street Townhouse in Soho is understated but gorgeously Georgian. The establishment was originally built in the 1700 by carpenter John Meard. This area eventually attracted traveling and settling well-known artists. Where the hotel is now comes with a sordid and beautiful history that is now part of Soho House. The rooms are quietly lavish, understatedly intimate. It’s for sophisticated travelers who want to experience London via a softer yet elegant approach.

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4. Artist Residence London

52 Cambridge St, London SW1V 4QQ, United Kingdom (map, website)

Neighborhood: Pimlico

With a super cool bar, merely ten but charming rooms right in the heart of Pimlico; Artist Residence London downplays its luxury by giving it a whole lot of character. This West London staycation choice is perfect for travelers with a quirkier personality, who want to have fun and sink in leisure without all the superficiality that sometimes comes with it. Dine in the hotel’s unpretentious but absolutely delicious restaurant and swing a few moves at the Ping-Pong table. Here’s a new but fun take on your stay in London.

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Artist Residence London hotel, UK

Photo: Artist Residence London

5. Chelsea Bridge Apartments

124 Prince Of Wales Dr, London SW8 4BJ, United Kingdom (map, website)

Neighborhood: Chelsea

Chelsea Bridge Apartments is representative of the new niche: apart-hotels. If you’re in London for a longer period of time, here is a fantastic option where rooms are bigger which means it’s perfect for family vacationers. Chelsea Bridge also provides every service a hotel does, including: babysitting, taxi, food…etc. Owner Zara Ward is an entrepreneur with an impressive story of building the hotel from ground up, she has the brightest smile and the warmest personality to ensure your stay is as lovely as it should be.

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Do you have other London hotel recommendations? Let us know in the comments.

Wendy Hung contributor profile London

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