Boutique hotels are small stylish hotels that you can find in any fashionable urban location. Albeit smaller in size than regular hotels, their charming, themed interiors will win over even the harshest critics. If you don’t want to get lost in your hotel and prefer a smaller, cozier hotel that will give you the comfortable feeling of home, look for a boutique hotel.
London has some of the prettiest, most unique, memorable, and welcoming boutique hotels that you will love staying in. We have compiled a list of the top 5 prettiest boutique hotels London has to offer:
Blakes Hotel London
It is London’s first 5-star boutique hotel, and for a good reason. Blakes looks like it came straight out of some royal romantic movies. It was designed by renowned interior designer and former James Bond actress Anouska Hempel, whose goal was to create an opulent period-inspired interior that represents eternal elegance and is decorated with pure class fabrics and global décor. The dark palette, paired with warm wood and fine detailing, creates an enviously opulent atmosphere!
Most popular amenities: Free WiFiParkingFamily rooms Non-smoking rooms Pet friendly RestaurantTea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms Bar
Motel One – Tower Hill Hotel
Motel one is a centrally located stylish, budget-friendly boutique. It is one of those hotels considered a double win; as they say, you will like the price but love the design and accommodations it offers. Besides being budget-friendly, it still offers high-quality interiors with loving, modern designs, an incredibly eye-catching exterior, and a surprisingly lavish and luxurious restaurant/bar. The view is fantastic, and the hotel is within a short walking distance from few major tourist attractions. It has everything a tourist dreams of.
Most popular amenities: Non-smoking roomsFacilities for disabled guestsWiFi in all areas Free WiFi24-hour front desk BarVery Good Breakfast
The Prince Akatoki London Hotel
Near the western end of Oxford Street and walking distance from the entrance of Hyde Park lies the Prince Akatoki London Hotel, which celebrates Japanese culture.
Modern elegant interior enriched with natural, wood grain and luxurious, warm texture furniture that creates a tranquil atmosphere, this hotel is neither too small nor too big simply just enough, and it offers the famous Japanese first-class service for sure. It truly feels like a loving, calm, and peaceful sanctuary away from the busy London streets.
Most popular amenities: Non-smoking rooms Fitness centerFacilities for disabled guests Room service Pet friendly RestaurantTea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms BarExcellent Breakfast
Vintry & Mercer Hotel
Right on the busy streets that line the banks of the Thames lies Vintry & Mercier Boutique Hotel London. Heavily inspired by the historic trading guilds of the area, which is shown in their very name (as they say on their website: “Vintry was the center for London wine merchants; Mercer was for noble textile sellers who specialized in fine silks and damasks.”), this hotel exuberates the spirit of history is interwoven in a new, modern interior. The hotel is lovely and offers some famous private tours to their guests that can show you a different side of London. It is ideal for the explorers eager to learn more about London.
Most popular amenities: Non-smoking rooms Fitness centerFacilities for disabled guests Restaurant Room serviceWiFi in all areas BarVery Good Breakfast
ME London by Melia Hotel
Me London is from a Spanish luxury chain that decided to open in London and is surprisingly English in its character.
Hosted in a new building designed by Foster + Partners, it has iconic, bold architectural statements, like the nine-story pyramid-shaped atrium and the top-floor terraces that have unrivaled, breathtaking views with their 360 degrees views of London. Rooms and suites are modern, minimal, high-tech, and cozy, with a bit of futuristic glam, and we guarantee that you will be back here again!
Most popular amenities: Non-smoking rooms Fitness centerFacilities for disabled guests Room service Pet friendly RestaurantTea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms BarVery Good Breakfast
Boutique hotels are new, trendy, and stylish, and they are here to stay. London as always is among the first cities to jump on the newest trends which was the case with boutique hotels as well.