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Richmond Hill Hotel - Richmond Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Richmond Hill Hotel

144-150 Richmond Hill, Richmond - Map
"Good location for Richmond"
Good location and great breakfast. Our room was a bit cramped but the bed was very comfortable.
Traveller from Barrow
Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London

200 Westminster Bridge Road, London - Map
"Perfect locale, but hotel is showing signs of wear"
First off, we had a phenomenal view of Big Ben and the Themes. Couldn't ask for a better location. Hotel lobby is nice, but sterile. It lacks a comfortable common space to relax with a small group and unwind after a long day of walking & touring the city. Rooms were nice... well appointed, reasonably clean and thoughtfully laid out. The furniture and paneled woodwork on accent walls and kitchenette were all scratched up and worn. Definitely starting to show its age and is due for a refresh. For this reason I give them a solid 3.
Traveller from Meredith, New Hampshire
The Stafford London - London Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Stafford London

16-18 St James's Place, London - Map
"excellent property"
My wife and I are so happy that we picked The Stafford. It's location is excellent and within very close proximity to pretty much everything (Buckingham Palace, Green Park, St. James Park, Picadilly Circus, Trafalger Square, the underground, restaurants, pubs, etc, etc. The service was second to none at The Stafford. The concierge helped us on many occasions on where to go to eat, sights to see, etc. The room that we stayed in was very clean and room service did a great job. We look forward to a return stay!
Traveller from US
The Royal Horseguards - London Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Royal Horseguards

2 Whitehall Court, London - Map
"2nd Stay At The Royal Horseguards Hotel"
We had such a terrific time in September when we stayed at the Royal Horseguards Hotel, we decided to stay there again in Late November. This hotel has a great service staff. The food is terrific. The rooms are very luxurious and well planned out, and the hotel is prefect for catching the Underground and seeing many local sights. I will stay there often when I am in London, generally, because it has charm and character of the early 1900s luxury hotel with all the amenities you expect in a stylish 2016 hotel. My compliments to the hotel owners for caring about their customers interests when staying at the hotel.
A Traveller
Perfectly situated on the banks of the River Thames, right in the heart of the Capital, opposite the famous London Eye and …More
Club Quarters Hotel, St. Paul's - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Club Quarters Hotel, St. Paul's

24 Ludgate Hill, London - Map
"Great hotel, Exeptional location"
The hotel is situated just y St. Paul, minutes from the district line (Mansion House station) and the red line (St. Paul station). Walking distance from all London main attractions. The hotel ammendeties are great - free cofee, fruits, cookies and computers in the lobby. There is a good restuarant in the hotel (cote restaurant) and great coffie shops nearby.
Traveller from Holon, Israel
The Savoy, A Fairmont Managed Hotel - London Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Savoy, A Fairmont Managed Hotel

Strand, London - Map
"Baseball caps and shorts in the American bar reall"
Baseball caps and shorts in the American bar really! It's been several years since I went to the Savoy and was very disappointed to find in the Savoy Grill people wearing jeans and open neck shirt's I was even more surprised when having a cocktail in the American bar a group walked in wearing baseball caps and shorts this was very disappointing and not reflecting the quality of the Savoy. Rather ironic I thought was £5000 for a vintage glass of cognac. The rooms were comfortable and staff excellent although I did have to check my bill and have it corrected as I was overcharged.
Traveller from Helen
Grange St. Paul's - London Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Grange St. Paul's

10 Godliman Street, London - Map
"In the shadow of St. Pauls"
Great location. Uber modern use of glass and light. Friendly and quiet. Nice amenities. Good breakfast. Lives up to the billing.
Traveller from Toronto
The Grange St. Paul’s Hotel comprises of 400 luxurious appointed suites, bedrooms & penthouse featuring the very latest …More
Park Plaza Sherlock Holmes London - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Park Plaza Sherlock Holmes London

108 Baker Street, London - Map
"Good bang for the Buck"
Nice clean hotel. Has a studio which was spacious and cheaper than smaller rooms at larger hotels. Great location - near train station, Regents park, Oxford street.....
A Traveller
Novotel London Greenwich - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Novotel London Greenwich

173-185 Greenwich High Road, London - Map
"Great location and staff"
We stayed three nights at this hotel...we were welcomed warmly, with very pleasant and efficient staff...the great location makes it even is close to the train station and many shops and restaurants.
Traveller from Ocala,FL
Park Plaza County Hall London - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Park Plaza County Hall London

1 Addington Street, London - Map
"Idea Location"
Check in was easy and ro0m ready and as advertised.
A Traveller

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    Historic Hotel Guide in London

    It seems you can’t toss a stone in London without hitting a historic building or plaza. From prehistory straight on down to the modern era, a trip to Old Smoke is a journey into the region’s remarkable past.

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    While the Romans have the honour of the first recorded settlement in the area, it’s now believed that London was previously occupied by Bronze Age peoples.

    You can learn about those early inhabitants—and many more who came after them—at the Museum of London. Coincidentally, this building is located on London Wall, named for the actual wall that surrounded the city during the Roman era. For a slightly different type of history, make your way to the Tower of London, a fortress on the north bank of the River Thames. It’s perhaps best known for its use as a prison during the 16th and 17th centuries, though a tour of the castle also shows off the Crown Jewels and the peaceful Chapel of St. Peter ad Vincula.

    To round out a day (or more) in the city, stop by St. Dunstan-in-the-East, between the Tower of London and London Bridge. The church, which was first constructed in 1100, was rebuilt in the early 1800s and then severely damaged during the Blitzkrieg. Rather than rebuild again, the city turned it into a public garden. Grass, trees, and plants now grow around the ruins, providing a peaceful location where nature and faith intertwine.

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