Best Hotels to Stay In England

| January 25, 2014

London has continued to hold its reputation as Europe’s trendiest capital; with new hotels, clubs, restaurants and landmarks springing up every new day. The hotel scene continues to expand with the increasing demand for better accommodation for numerous tourists who flock the place all year around. Some of the recent additions are the boutique hotels and the stylish B&B accommodation in the fabulous neighborhood of Notting hill and Chelsea. It is also centrally located to Bloomsbury and Mayfair.

London is a city of timeless history and prominent sceneries such as the London Eye, the national Gallery, Big Ben and the Tate Modern. England generally is a fascinating combination of both the old and the new trends. Often tourists worry about where to stay during their vacation especially if they are away from their home countries. England plays host to some of the leading hotels in the world.

1.       Andaz Liverpool Street

Andaz Liverpool Street

Andaz Liverpool Street

For people visiting on business purposes, this hotel located on the City’s Square Mile is the best place to stay. Its 267 rooms are of different sizes to suit the needs of different visitors. The furnishings are sleek and uniform throughout.

2.       Base2stay

Base2stay

Base2stay

This grand white building with black and cream reception area with a sculptured flower says everything about this classic boutique. The only exception in this hotel is that there is no restaurant, bar or gym. This modern hotel provides a stylish accommodation for tourists who want to board in style.

3.       B+B Belgravia

B+B Belgravia

B+B Belgravia

This Georgian townhouse is a perfect substitute for anyone who has fancied the idea of having a pied-à-terre in residential Belgravia, near the eccentric fashion boutiques of Elizabeth Street and Victoria station. It is run by B+B collection which is an association of hoteliers. Its homely environment would easily give it a place in the small luxury hotels England category.

4.       Belgraves

Belgraves

Belgraves

The Thompson hotels have finally opened its first hotel outside USA in Belgravia. This hotel has 86 rooms all decorated in velvets and adorned with vintage furniture. It is definitely the place to check in if you want comfort and good service.

5.       Browns hotel

Browns hotel

Browns hotel

Situated in the heart of Mayfair, the Brown’s hotel regained its lost fame when it was refurbished recently. This new look has given the hotel an even better name, it is designed using wrought-iron banisters and stained-glass windows, and restructured rooms with banquettes, limestone bathrooms and creations by British artists like Bridget Riley. Its 117 independently designed rooms, include 29 suites, all fitted out with contemporary art and antiques. Other facilities include three spa treatment rooms and a gym

6.       Premier Inn

  Premier Inn

Premier Inn

It is a British decently priced hotel chain with over 50,000 rooms and 650 hotels. Its various hotels are located in areas like airport, city centers and suburbs to meet the demand from visiting tourists. Most of these hotels are newly built and have an on-site restaurant where people can enjoy sumptuous meals prepared by the great chefs. In general England has very many hotels where one can stay during vacation or on business trip.

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