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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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Brown's Hotel, London

This genteel hotel, established in 1837 by Lord Byron's valet and then bought by James Ford, is famous for hosting the first-ever phone call, when Alexander...more

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Baglioni Hotel, London

Despite its self-declared status as the city's latest hot spot, this is a solidly pleasant new hotel for anyone who wants to do a lot of shopping (Harrods and...more

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41 Hotel London, London

It "feels like an exclusive British club" at this brick and limestone Georgian building that once housed debutantes attending parties at nearby Buckingham...more

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The Zetter, London

The giant red Z on the front of this hotel tips you off (as if you hadn't already been primed by the "aren't I gorgeous?" vibe of the entire neighborhood): The...more

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The Rockwell, London

Outside, there's little to distinguish this white stucco Victorian from the many downscale hotels along this none-too-beautiful stretch of Cromwell Road, but...more

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The Portobello, London

This adorable and slightly naughty Victorian terraced mansion has been a hotel since way before Notting Hill had any cachet. It opened in 1970, the year after...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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The Arch London, London

This 82-room sleeper hit in Marylebone occupies seven Georgian town houses and two mews houses. Although the rooms are slightly small and look out only over...more

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Rookery, London

The Rookery is a charming 33-room hotel in trendy Clerkenwell housed in three 18th-century buildings. The guest rooms range from comfortable doubles (320 square...more

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Riverbank Park Plaza, London

When you arrive at the Riverbank Park Plaza, the engaged hum rising from the young business crowd in the foyer bar affirms that Vauxhall—with its new...more

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