Are you on the hunt for a hotel in London that not only wows but is also romantic? In this bustling city, you’re spoiled for choice. In fact, there are loads of romantic hotels in London…To make it easier on you, we narrowed it down to the top seven. Whether you’re looking for a hotel complete with a grand ballroom or a quaint boutique, this city has it all.
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Elaborate Georgian design, quirky nooks and open fires make The Rookery an adorably romantic choice for your stay. This historic hotel is located just next to Farringdon station to keep you connected to the rest of the city. Don’t forget to have a few drinks at their Honesty Bar downstairs.
Sweep your special someone off their feet with The Mandrake. Clawfoot tubs, four-poster beds and breezy green terraces come to mind with The Mandrake. Spend the afternoon on their plant-covered terrace or hit the snooze button in their penthouse complete with a hot tub and retractable roof.
Blakes is the ‘it girl’ of London’s boutique hotels. Complete with 45 uniquely themed room, you’re sure to have a memorable stay. Located just on the edge of Chelsea, it’s crammed with trinkets, antiques and late 19th century furnishings.
Slip your lover away to The Henrietta Hotel for a perfect weekend getaway. Covent Garden is home to this quaint and charming pick. Italian design with marble, vibrant furnishings and pastel bathrooms make it a comfortable getaway. And with only 18 rooms a famous cocktail bar and an ideal location for exploring the city, it’s very romantic.
Eccentric meets clandestine at Hyde Park’s The Zetter Townhouse. Mahogany walls, scarlet lounges and trinkets galore set the scene for a perfect getaway. With only 24 rooms, the world-class staff makes it intimate and romantic.
Nestled in Egerton Gardens The Franklin Hotel makes it feel as though you’ve left the city. Posh, classy and sophisticated describe it perfectly. Just a hop away is the famous Victoria and Albert Museum making it an ideal location for exploring the city together.
Looking for something that screams glamour and luxury? Head to Claridge’s. Opened in 1854 and complete with an 800 piece crystal chandelier, a secret garden and grand ballroom, Claridge’s does elegance right. Despite its almost 200 rooms, the world-class staff makes it feel as though you’ve got the place to yourselves.