Most Romantic Hotels in London

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Strolling through Trafalgar Square, watching a play at Shakespeare's Globe, or riding the London Eye are all wonderfully romantic activities in London. England’s capital has a rich history, modern art, and everything in-between for travelers to explore. If you and your significant other are planning a trip to London and want it to be as amorous as possible, you've come to the right place. We visited over 300 hotels in London to see which had the coziest guest rooms, most relaxing spas, and restaurants with the best ambiance. Take a look at the most romantic hotels in London, England and start planning your getaway!

  1. Luxurious, stately, and composed, this 380-room hotel projects an air of exclusivity. The hotel blends a certain quintessentially English air of prestige without the usual pretention, and has all of the luxury amenities one could hope for. With gorgeous, classically decorated rooms, an in-house book butler, a spacious fitness center, and a premier location for West End shopping, this is a good place to be. The beautiful Chuan Spa, 16-meter pool, and salt sauna just adds to it's romantic vibe.

  2. The Milestone is perhaps the most famous boutique hotel in London, and certainly lives up to its expectations, with exquisitely designed rooms and exceptional service. The service is where the hotel really shines, as each member of staff is superbly trained, which helps ensure guests get the first-rate luxury experience for which The Milestone is known. With a spa, a cozy atmosphere, and a convenient location for London's most exclusive shopping, the Milestone is a romantic boutique pick.

  3. The Sanderson is an edgy hotel with original and extravagant design by Philippe Starck. Innovative rooms feature a mostly all-white color palette designed without interior walls. There is an emphasis here on texture, seen in the layers of sheer curtains that divide different areas of the room. Design touches include carpets with Voltaire's handwriting and some of the sexiest bathrooms we've seen, some with separate walk-in showers and freestanding soaking tubs. There are many hotel highlights beyond the rooms, including an all-white tranquil spa with 14 treatment rooms and meditation beds. The restaurant, Suka, serves Malaysian food, and a Mad Hatter's themed afternoon tea is served in the striking courtyard.

  4. This exquisite luxury boutique hotel with just 28 rooms offers the elegance of a different time in England's history. Located in the upscale Knightsbridge neighborhood, Egerton House Hotel is a short walk from the famous Harrods Department store and renowned London museums. Rooms in this historic townhouse are individually decorated in rich fabrics, and have opulentbathrooms, free Wi-Fi, champagne on arrival, and candles at turndown. The common spaces are just as special, with a notableart collection -- including works by Picasso and Matisse -- and a gorgeous drawing room for afternoon tea.

  5. This hip boutique hotel owned by the high-profile D+D restaurant group exudes stylish luxury, with impeccable design elements and dark, sexy public spaces. The boutique's interiors, which were designed by the prestigious Conran + Partners, offer unique touches such as edgy artwork created specifically for the hotel. With its professional and friendly service and Michelin-star restaurant, it’s hard to find fault with South Place Hotel -- except maybe the hefty price tag.

  6. This 30-room luxury boutique, a member of the Red Carnation Group, offers superb service and a central location near Buckingham Palace. Chic rooms have a black and white color palette along with marble bathrooms stocked with Penhaligon's toiletries. There is free champagne on arrival and free snacks/evening canapés in the plush lounge. With the feel of a private club and attentive service, this boutique is an excellent upscale pick.

  7. Emphasizing design and luxury without sacrificing quality or service, this 82-room boutique hotel’s bold sophistication, classy personality, and ample luxury amenities enable it to stand out from the masses. Beyond the overall sexy decor, some attention-grabbers include an excellent restaurant, free minibar drinks, and even soaking tubs with built-in TVs (in most rooms). It is a boutique property, though, so room square footage is definitely not on the spacious side, and there's no pool or spa on-site.

  8. The Chesterfield Mayfair is part of the Red Carnation Hotel Collection. This 107-room hotel has traditional Victorian decor, including a grand chandelier in the lobby and portraits on the walls. While rooms are classically decorated with floral patterns, they have modern conveniences as well, including free Wi-Fi, big flat-screen TVs, and 24-hour room service. Highlights at this charming property include a great breakfast with wide selection of hot and cold dishes, a fine dining restaurant, and a terrace bar.

  9. The Goring is a classic English boutique hotel with ample royal heritage. Opened in 1910, the property has intricate sculpted details and unusually wide hallways -- said to have been designed to allow free passage of ladies’ ball gowns. The Goring offers five-star hospitality with abundant luxury, and its refined elegance is demonstrated through details such as the original Edwardian architecture and bespoke silk wallpaper. Buckingham Palace tours are available in the summer and nearby underground Tube access allows for travel to other parts of London.

  10. The 282-room Royal Horseguards offers classic Victorian architecture and modern amenities in a five-star luxury setting withviews of the London Eye and the Thames River. Ornate sculpting, stunning high ceilings, and romantic archways are all dominant elements that complement a rich history -- the Royal Horseguards housed the Secret Service during World War I. The hotel, with a horse guards theme throughout, connects to One Whitehall Place, the palatial meeting and events space.

  11. This boutique hotel offers an excellent location on the southwest tip of Hyde Park overlooking Kensington Gardens. The individually decorated, luxe 67 rooms all showcase classic Italian touches as well as dramatic contemporary design. Perks include free Wi-Fi and Illy espresso machines, as well as extra romantic hotel features like the spa and the Mediterranean-inspired restaurant, Brunello, which is a destination in itself. For an extra touch of exclusivity, this hotel also offers free chauffeur service in a Jaguar within a 1.5-mile radius.

  12. The Bentley lives up to its name -- this is a serious luxury hotel awash in opulent decor with an air of palatial extravagance. Its Kensington address is as upscale as they come, and it's a short hop to some of the capital's most exclusive shopping. The 64 rooms are spacious and elegant, though not without showing a few signs of wear in places, with flat-screen TVs that include computers with wireless keyboards, minibars, and marble bathrooms with walk-in showers and jetted tubs -- the Imperial Suite has a grand piano and a dining room that seats 12. The hotel's Kalon Spa, which includes a small gym, has a Turkish hamman and offers an array of traditional and innovative therapies, while The Bentley's snug bar is a superb spot to unwind.

  13. The 300-room Landmark is a beautiful and luxurious hotel located in the heart of aristocratic Marylebone. Key defining highlights are its spacious rooms, the fantastic central atrium with palm trees stretching up to a glass roof, and the sexy-and-sophisticated on-site restaurant. But the hotel's penny pinching puts a damper on the luxury feel -- basic amenities such as use of the indoor poolfitness center, and Wi-Fi will result in additional lines to your bill.

  14. The Kensington is part of the Doyle Collection, a group of eight luxury hotels around the globe. A classy, four-and-a-half pearl property that has 150 rooms, this hotel is comfortable and contemporary with a chic location in the well-heeled neighborhood after which it’s named. Guest rooms are beautifully decorated with plump chairs for relaxing and four-poster beds. Some of the rooms only have baths, but you can opt for a shower/bath combination when booking. Where the Kensington falls short is in its lack of extensive spa facilities.

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