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The Top Luxury Hotels in the West End of London

The West End of London is popular for its nightlife and live productions. This area is always bustling during the day as well as the night. The biggest attraction of this place is its play and music. Some performances included everything from Shakespeare to Mama Mia. If you want you could also buy discounted tickets in Leicester Square. You will be enlivened with the London's Museum of Transportation and Theatre Museum near Covent Garden. They are free and boast of the 2 most significant attractions of London.

If you are fond of shopping, you could explore Covent Garden which is full of the most elite shops in London. Starting from handcrafted jewellery to clothing, you will get different kind of things in the open-air market. Moreover, if you like, you could take a break from shopping for enjoying a number of street performers. In addition you could explore the National Portrait Gallery and the National Gallery at the West End of London. After taking pictures with the statue of a fierce lion, you could enjoy the paintings by the famous artists as well as the portraits of the important figures in Britain’s history. In order to relish the dinner and the drinks, you could go to the fine dining restaurants in the Covent Gardens. Even after 10 p.m. you will find that the area is booming with nightlife. Most of the hottest clubs of London are below the mall.

Millions of people are attracted to the West End of London for its shops, theatres and restaurants every year. Visitors throng the upmarket of West End stores on the Bond Street, Regent Street and Oxford Street. Tourists flock together to see the music and plays in the West End theatres and they have a choice of several luxury hotels.

Let's check out the top 3 Luxury Hotels in West End London for spending your holiday in luxurious style:

Langham

Langham Hotel

This 5-star hotel stands in the Regent Street which is one of the most exclusive shopping areas in London. It was opened in the year 1865 and it has established the afternoon tea tradition. At present, visitors could select from over 30 blends of tea served with sandwiches and cakes in the Palm Court of the hotel. There are 378 guest rooms and all offer satellite TV, minibar, WI-Fi and facilities for making tea and coffee. You will get extra space at the suites with the relaxed seating arrangement. If you opt for the Infinity Suite, you will get a fully-equipped kitchen and 2 bedrooms overlooking the nearby All Souls Church. The theatregoers could dine early or late at the special theatres in the Landau restaurant of the hotel. Guests are able to enjoy cocktails in the Artesian bar. This hotel has 11 private dining rooms that could offer seating arrangement for about 230 people. Visit Langham at 1c Portland Place, Regent Street, London W1B 1JA, United Kingdom or london.langhamhotels.co.uk for booking this hotel.

Edwardian Hampshire

Edwardian Hampshire Hotel

The Radisson Edwardian Hampshire is situated in the middle of Leicester Square, at the heart of the theatre district in London. This five-star hotel consists of 127 guest rooms. You will be able to cherish the panoramic views of the city from the 22 suites of the hotel. All the bedrooms of the hotel consist of a minibar, air-conditioning as well as the facilities for making tea and coffee. You could enjoy bathrobes in deluxe rooms and make use of the fitness centre of the hotel. WI-Fi connection is free all through the hotel. You will find diners sit beneath the animal prints as well as the mahogany panels in the bar and restaurant of the hotel. Moreover you could enjoy in-room spa treatments including massages, manicures and reflexology. In order to book this hotel, pay a visit to Radisson Edwardian Hampshire at Leicester Square, London WC2H 7LH, United Kingdom or go to radissonedwardian.com.

Covent Garden

Covent Garden Hotel

This hotel is within the walking distance of Soho. All the 58 guest rooms have custom-made decor. You could get a rooftop view of London from some rooms. All the rooms consist of a flat-screen television and WI-Fi connection. You could start your day with a full choice of English, continental, vegetarian or champagne breakfasts. However if none of these foods seem appealing to you, you could peruse a ‘porridge menu' with oats, fruits and milk. You could also view a private movie show in the screening room of the hotel, workout in the gym and pamper yourself in the beauty room. Pay a visit to the Covent Garden Hotel at 10 Monmouth St., London WC2H 9HB, United Kingdom or firmdale.com for booking.

Choose from any of these 3 hotels and spend your holiday in luxury in West End of London. If you want to indulge yourself in lavish style, these hotels will surely perk up your mood in an exclusive way.

Dawn Gates is contributor writer at Yellow Cars Ltd. Collecting amazing car photos is one of his favourite pastimes. Currently he is writing about Heathrow taxi and Luxury tours of London.

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