5 Coolest Hotels in London

5 Coolest Hotels in London

If you are traveling to London, you might as well consider making your hotel stay as exciting as possible. These five coolest hotels in London provide their guests with a unique and unforgettable experience.

St Martins Lane Hotel

The first thing you’ll notice is that the entire hotel building is mostly glass. When you step into the hotel you are greeted by golden tooth-shaped seats, life-size chess pieces, and a variety of interesting design elements. The rooms feature floor to sealing windows coupled with mood lighting. All the modern quirks are all there- Large Smart TVs, High speed WiFi, and smart controls. Its located close to famous London attractions like the Leicester Square and National Gallery.

Hazlitt’s Hotel

Hazlitt’s is the ultimate in providing the guests with the old “English experience”. The rooms are designed like posh villas of English aristocracy and have a certain character to them . The hotel itself is fairly small and isn’t like the big chain hotels. Its made by linking three mews houses together. The staff is very friendly and has that personal touch of a independent hotel. Its located in the center of Soho and close to train station so you can easily get around.

Sanderson Hotel

Sanderson is hands down one of the coolest hotels in London. Though the building is a from the 50s era but the rooms are designed by the legendary interior designer Philippe Starck. The rooms are decorated with contemporary art and give a very strong surreal vibe. The decoration,lighting, and ambience will make your stay feel like a dream. There is a bar downstairs and a restaurant too.Its within walking distance from the London theater and British museum.

The Lanesborough

The Lanesborough is the very definition of luxury. Its the most expensive hotel in London and with the price comes some unusual perks. The coolest thing about the hotel is that every room gets a private butler who is ready to serve you at your command. The building its in is built in the Greek Regency style and has had a rich history of serving as a 18th century country mansion, a hospital and now a hotel. Its fairly close to Hyde Park Corner tube station and 12 minutes away from Buckingham Palace.  Here is a video tour of the hotel.

Town Hall Hotel

If you are wondering why its called the Town Hall hotel its because its set in a former Edwardian town hall. The old building with its stone walls are a stark contrast with the hip interior design. Each room has been designed and equipped differently with modern electronics and vintage pieces in equal amounts. The modern design twists go surprisingly well with period details. The hotel is located in the trendy East End and at walking distance from Bethnal Green tube station.