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Luxury hotels. And great places nearby

We help you find the best luxury hotels in London. We guide you to five-start luxury hotels, hip & trendy hotels as well as small boutique hotels. These hotels might often be so luxurious, unique and romantic that you do not want to leave your room. But still - you should! Therefore, we also help hotels guide you to the greatest places nearby - be it coffeeshops, restaurants or museums.

Here are some recommended places near luxury hotels in London:
  • Harrods

    Harrods is one of the world's most famous department stores! It has 7 floors of fabulous products including their famous food hall, you could easily spend all day exploring this enchanting store.

    From Flemings Mayfair's guide.

  • The View from The Shard

    The tallest building in the European Union, there is no other view over London that is quite this good! If you want to see London's sky line at its best then add this to your agenda.

    From Flemings Mayfair's guide.

  • Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A)

    The Victoria and Albert Museum tells a 3,000-year history of the decorative arts - with over 2,000 objects from all four corners of the globe, from furniture, paintings and sculpture to metalwork, glass and textiles.

    From Flemings Mayfair's guide.

  • Covent Garden

    Covent Garden is a bustling area that is great for browsing. A famous market is held here, you will also see many shops, restaurants and performers out on the streets.

    From Flemings Mayfair's guide.

  • Buckingham Palace

    When visiting London you must visit the Queen's home! Buckingham Palace is very impressive and makes a great photo opportunity. Flemings Mayfair is just a short picturesque walk away; we advise that you arrive just before 11am to also witness the change of the guards!

    From Flemings Mayfair's guide.

  • Piccadilly Circus

    Piccadilly Circus is one of the most iconic places in London. Its has made many famous scenes in movies and is truly impressive in person!

    From Flemings Mayfair's guide.

  • Peter Jones

    Peter Rees Jones, the son of a Monmouthshire hatter, opened a shop here in 1877 which was instantly successful. It was bought by John Lewis, another famous department store owner, in 1914.

    From 11 Cadogan Gardens' guide.

  • Café Colbert

    4/5 stars: Colbert offers beautiful food and friendly, faultless service.

    From 11 Cadogan Gardens' guide.

  • Sloane Square

    Dr.Sloane, who purchased the Manor of Chelsea in 1712, was a physician who also invented milk chocolate, adapted from a Jamaican custom. It was originally marketed as medicine.

    From 11 Cadogan Gardens' guide.