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Most visitors book themselves into a hotel in London's West End, where they have easy access to the city's most famous sights and upmarket shopping streets, but don't shy away from the east of the city, where there's a buzzing hotel scene. The former Great Eastern Hotel, for example, reopened as the Andaz, is close to trendy Shoreditch and (even better) won't drain your bank account in these dollar-depressed days. London hotel trends have moved away from minimalist modern boutiques in favor of properties oozing with the grandeur of yesteryear—newcomer the Haymarket is crammed with antiques and hand-painted wallpaper, there's a six-week waiting list for tea at the Ritz, and the world-famous Savoy has now reopened following a $350-million restoration.

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Claridge's, London

Claridge's hotel is a 203-room Victorian classic with a number of high-profile collaborations under its belt. Most recently, it's been cozying up to fashion...more

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The Colonnade, London

London's leafy Little Venice, while pretty, is more "Little" than "Venice," consisting as it does of one canal. This brace of handsome Victorian...more

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The Connaught, London

You have to do something pretty special to stand out beside Claridge's and The Berkeley—the sister properties in the Maybourne Hotel Group's triumvirate...more

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Covent Garden Hotel, London

There are two types of luxury hotel in London: Grand old hotels like Claridge's and the Dorchester make bold gestures, lavishing posh bars, celebrity-designed...more

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Dean Street Townhouse, Soho

Dean Street Townhouse, which opened its doors in November 2009, is a four-story hotel housed in two connecting Georgian buildings in buzzing Soho. The...more

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The Dorchester, London

After a multimillion-pound refit, completed in 2003, the Park Lane dowager isn't her blousy old self anymore (some of the 250 rooms were getting a bit...more

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Dukes Hotel, London

Dukes is tucked away down a cobbled cul-de-sac, a stone's throw from Prince Charles's official London residence, Clarence House, where Princes William and Harry...more

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The Egerton House Hotel, London

Close to Harrods and the Natural History Museum, this Victorian town house is "warm and cozy" and has artwork by Picasso, Matisse, and Toulouse-Lautrec. Done in...more

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Four Seasons Hotel London, London

How do you reinvigorate a hotel whose problem is not the service it delivers (always impeccable) but the feeling of predictable blandness? The solution for this...more

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The Goring, London

Still run by the family that opened it in 1910, this "elegant property very much like a private English home" is adjacent to Buckingham Palace. "Small rooms"...more

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