London is the design capital of the world and many London hotels are just as creative as their guests! From chic fittings to celebrity guests, you'll have a unique and exciting stay at a design hotel in London.
Andaz Liverpool Street
Andaz Liverpool Street is a former railway hotel housed in a beautiful red brick Victorian building dating back to 1884. The hotel is heavily involved in London's design scene and has hosted installations during the annual London Design Festival. The hotel is centred around an industrial lobby and spiral staircase.
Claridge's is a fashionable 1930s Art Deco hotel known for its superb service. There are plenty of modern touches among the old school glamour, including a number of rooms designed by Diane von Furstenberg. Gordon Ramsay at Claridge's restaurant will have you drooling; the swanky bar remains one of London's hottest spots.
Georgian-style on the outside, minimal and elegant inside, The Halkin brings understated luxury to Belgravia. Each floor of the hotel is designed with a different element in mind, using soft colours throughout the building. Rooms are individually decorated and feature white marble bathrooms.Find Prices
Based in Marconi House, former first office of the BBC, ME London promises a cool and luxurious stay to all its guests. Designed by Norman Fosters' Foster + Partners, the hotel features 157 rooms and suites with floor to ceiling windows, two restaurants and a destination rooftop bar.
Sanctum Soho is as buzzing, bohemian and artistic as its West End surroundings. Each of the individually-designed rooms falls into one of six mood schemes at the hotel, ranging from Art Deco to rococo influences. Wall-to-wall glass doors open out onto the beautiful roof garden – the place to be in the summer.Find Prices
Sanderson is London's ultimate design hotel. Designed by Philippe Starck, it will intrigue contemporary design fans with its Surrealism-inspired lobby featuring a giant lips sofa, to The Purple Bar, decked out in delicate shades of purple. Sheer curtains replace walls in the guestrooms, allowing you to shape the space as you desire.
Town Hall Hotel & Apartments
Town Hall Hotel & Apartments converted Bethnal Green's town hall into one of London's hippest hotels. Taking inspiration from its location in London's creative East End, the hotel is filled with pieces by local artists. The creative design retains elements of its Edwardian and Art Deco heritage and it has an equally cool restaurant, Viajante.Find Prices
W London in Leicester Square is all about glamour and fun. The hotel is veiled in colour-changing glass and full to the brim with glitter balls inside. W London has even broken down the barrier between bedroom and bathroom – you'll find a washbasin unit in the bedroom, and the WC and shower hidden in cubicles behind mirrored glass!