London Boutique Hotels
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If you're a couple wanting to enjoy a stay in England's 'first city' with a little more edge, a dash of opulence and something that just feels a little more 'you', boutique hotels in London are the way to go! As one of the world's style capitals, there's plenty of choice when it comes to stylish accommodation. With Hotels.com's website and app - both designed with making navigation as easy for you as possible - you'll be able to find the perfect match for your stylized interior needs. With high quality images for every listing, we'll make sure you get one of the right boutique hotels in London for your unique personality as you'll have a true window into every option - everyone's different, after all. Let us worry about sorting through the boutique hotels in London, so you can just enjoy the city's avant-garde, artsy areas, like Marylebone and Shoreditch, and a multitude of famous sights to see.
London in a nutshell
London's vastness caters to many tastes; simply put, there's something for everyone in this fast-moving town. The most well-known attractions such as Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament and London Eye will always remain but, in our opinion, the best stories to make in the capital are a tad more off-the-beaten-track. Having always had a strong fashion scene; art can always be found close to London's design hotspots. A beacon for the city's ever-moving style is the Tate Modern (Bankside), striking on the outside but even more alluring inside (the view of the London skyline from the gallery's restaurant is unbeatable). If you're looking for something a little more eclectic, ambling around Peckham, London's up-and-coming art scene, is a great choice to find contemporary pieces (potential gems to put in your design accommodation?! You might even find one or two in one of our boutique hotels in London...). If you tire of walking and using the tube, head over to Little Venice in Paddington and hop on a canal boat for an unforgettable and off-the-beaten-river experience. Not just a good stop for an activity, Little Venice boasts a fantastic collection of bars and restaurants if you get a bit hungry on your travels.
How to have a fabulous time in London
An ideal day in London for fashionistas and those that enjoy the more niche things in life would start at a restaurant with food worthy enough for Instagram! Wimbledon is a classic choice for an array of breakfast options - with restaurants offering the full English (which has recently returned to its former glory as the first meal of the day choice) to avocado on toast. For a post-breakfast stretch, head over to London Fields and stroll the picturesque park - often offering nice ambiance and entertainment in the form of ad hoc cricket matches between locals and sizzling BBQs. To combine your early afternoon's lunch with a bit of shopping, check out Broadway Market, which offers both and stylish accommodation. A real variety of cuisine, the least you'd expect from the First City, mixed in with quaint independent shops selling organic clothing, as well as more popular brands. To finish up, dance the night away at Shoreditch's live music night scene where there's preferences for anyone, just like one of our boutique hotels in London!
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