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Bar Hotels in London

For travelers that seek style, class, and an exquisite cocktail, the city of London is calling. Rich in history and buzzing with culture, the city offers visitors illustrious landmarks, magnificent accommodations, and phenomenal nightlife. To get the royal treatment, guests should look no further than London’s top bar hotels. Booking one of these five-stars promises an indulgent stay in one of Europe’s premier destinations.
from $446
Get casually classy at the Aldwych
Sophisticated with modern flair, this luxury hotel blooms in Covent Garden. Minutes away from the West End and the city center, One Aldwych offers a prime location for visitors seeking cultural and historical immersion. Within its 105 bedrooms and suites, comfort is delivered in Frette linens, fresh flowers and fruit, and courtesy shoe shines.  Housing two fabulous restaurants, One Aldwych boasts elegant, inventive cuisine at Axis and casual theatre menus at Indigo. The Lobby Bar, however, steals the show with ratings from the Sunday Telegraph as one of the world’s top five hotel bars. Known for well-crafted cocktails and its stylish, trim decor, the Lobby Bar can be the perfect overture to a night out in London.   
from $282
St Martins is a boutique bouquet of color and light
A kaleidoscope of color and contemporary design, St Martins Lane is a luxury boutique hotel in the heart of the West End. Each of its sleek 204 rooms includes a dazzling ambient light fixture that can be modified for any mood, as well as Malin + Goetz toiletries and picturesque cityscapes seen through walls made of windows.   The motif of luminescence continues in the hotel’s experimental and eclectic Light Bar. Elevated ceilings and sectional rooms glow with neon hues while guests sip on one-of-a-kind beverages, enjoying the ambience. When the weekend arrives, visitors can expect DJ appearances and an electric nightlife. 
from $325
Popular poise at the Athenaeum
Central to some of London’s most historic sites, the bright and airy Athenaeum is a five-star hotel in Westminster. With 164 refreshing rooms,18 apartments, an in-house spa, and a gym, relaxation greets the arrival of every visitor. Just steps away from the Athenaeum, guests can stroll through St. James’s Park — a lush, green space with breathtaking views of Parliament, Big Ben, and Buckingham Palace.Voted “Top London Afternoon Tea 2012” by the Tea Guild, the Athenaeum offers its award-winning British tradition within the hotel.  In addition to a luxury restaurant, guests will strike gold at the Athenaeum Whisky Bar, where an impressive 300 blends are poured, mixed, and served to perfection. Shelves line the walls with the finest and largest whisky collection you can find in a London hotel — a must-see for both the connoisseur and the novice.
from $279
Victorian elegance, polished to a shine at the Renaissance
Towering above Bloomsbury, this gorgeous boutique hotel takes Victorian elegance to new heights with contemporary twists. Each of the chic 245 rooms speaks for itself with bold color palates, dark woods, and sunny views of London-town. From the Underground station at King’s Cross nearby, visitors can catch a train with ease and explore the boroughs of Europe’s most dynamic city.   After a day full of sightseeing, guests must have a drink at The Booking Office Bar inside the hotel. Formerly the site of St. Pancras Station’s ticket hall, this modernized yet very classy space entertains to the nines. The bar serves breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner, so guests will find themselves absorbed in local culture — in a true English breakfast or an original Victorian cocktail. 
from $525
Enjoy The Ritz London’s view from the top
Where luxury calls home, the Ritz is one of London’s superior five-star hotels. Standing prominently in the West End near Hyde Park, it is a stroll away from Buckingham Palace and Piccadilly Circus.  Behind its gorgeous, palatial exterior, guests discover 134 rooms filled with plush furnishings and gilded Louis XVI styling, as well as a serene spa and a casino.   Decadent dining can be found at the Ritz Restaurant, while Palm Court also offers the age-old tradition of afternoon tea. Named as one of the Best Hotel Bars in London by Zagat, The Rivoli Bar is the crown jewel of The Ritz London. Lavish and sensational, the art deco bar’s world-class team of mixologists promises an unmatched experience and unforgettable creations. In the heart of the city, these extraordinary accommodations await. Take the time to sample the endless assortment of culture, cuisine, and cocktails that London has in store within its beautiful bar hotels.