41 is a beautiful, small and intimate hotel offering a subtle blend of high technology, sophisticated style and provides outstanding five-star service. Described as 'the deliciously confidential atmosphere of a private club', with its discreet entrance adjacent to the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace, guests can escape the hustle and bustle of the city into the peace and tranquillity of this haven of pure luxury. The hotel is also the proud recipient of the much coveted five red stars f...
The 4* Art Deco hotel built in the 1930's is based in the heart of central London. The AMBA Hotel Marble Arch holds 692 bedrooms including 193 superior bedrooms, deluxe rooms and suites spread over 8 floors. We have 11 meeting spaces which include 2 magnificent ballrooms retaining glamour and elegance, a newly refurbished bar and restaurant which makes the AMBA Hotel Marble Arch perfect for every occasion.
A traditional 1890's London townhouse. Very comfortable, well located hotel for the budget conscious. The Victorian townhouse is just 5 minutes' walk from
Paddington Railway Station. The hotel is only a stone's throw away from Hyde Park and offers the splendour of London and its central parks.
We know our guests love to explore the city, discover hidden gems and return to an authentic luxury hotel. At Amba Hotels we aim to take the concept of customer service further, anticipating your needs and making a stay at one of our 4 star hotels something truly special. Find out more about our vision and what makes our London hotels unique in the Amba Guide
Amba Hotel Grosvenor, Victoria is a classic railway hotel. All the modern touches.
Combining modern comforts with Victorian opulence. This Grade II listed railway hotel is in the heart of the vibrant district of London Victoria. Located next to London Victoria station, Amba Hotel Grosvenor is perfectly connected to everything that London has to offer.
You have the Apollo and Victoria Palace theatres on your doorstep - home of London's favourite musicals Wicked and Hamilton. If yo...
The Ambassadors Hotel is superbly located in Earls Court, the heart of South-West London. Whether for business of pleasure, your stay will be most enjoyable, with recently refurbished rooms to ensure your comfort. The Ambassadors Hotel is bordering onto Kensington, Knightsbridge, Chelsea and South Kensington, where fashionable shopping abounds at Harrods, Harvey Nichols, brasseries, cafes, bars, traditional English pubs and the world-renowned museums are all within walking distance.
Th hotel is located just a few steps away from Aldgate East tube station, in London. Sitting on the gateway to Brick Lane, the property is within easy reach of one of London's most renowned attractions. The Whitechapel Art Gallery, the Tower of London and the East End's famous street markets can be found close by. The renowned Spitalfields, with its famous shopping and dining options, is just a leisurely stroll away. This wonderful hotel comprises superbly-styled guest rooms, which fea...
Ashley London Hotel is an excellent choice for any stay whether you are enjoying a leisurely holiday or a business trip, offering you all the elegance of a quintessential Victorian townhouse in the heart of London. The hotel is just a couple of minutes stroll from Paddington railway and underground station, providing you with easy travel in and around the city, as well as to Heathrow airport and other major destinations in the country.
Nearby, you will find a number of restaurants, ...
Situated in a quiet residential corner of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, this hotel offers an extremely convenient location, with easy access to many shops and restaurants, as well as to the popular districts of Knightsbridge and Notting Hill.
The Copthorne Tara Hotel Kensington is located within walking distance of the High Street Kensington underground station, which is three minutes away.
Located in Westminster on a quiet back road, close to the river Thames,
Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace and Tate Britain. The art deco architecture may at first seem imposing, but to walk through the arches is to enter another world - that of famous seafarers whose names proudly adorn the thirteen houses that comprise the Dolphin Square.