Traveling in the splendid English metropolis with the family is possible and convenient, here is a list with the best family hotels in London: affordable and full of comforts.
You're planning your own family holiday in London? The capital offers numerous family hotel, many of which offer a host of comforts that make a family stay enjoyable. Some hotels have cribs, family rooms, and babysitting services. Others go further, offering concierge services for kids, games, bike rentals, and even free cookies!
Find the ideal area for your family stay in London based on your needs, whether it's for activities to do with the kids, or a convenient location for a walk in the park.
In London you can find prices for all budgets. A valid alternative to the hotel, increasingly requested by families and not only, is the apartment equipped with various comforts and a kitchenette. A more flexible and economical accommodation. But here are the 5 best family hotels in the English metropolis.
1. Melia White House
Il Melia White House is one of the 4-star hotels known all over the world. Located in central London, within walking distance of Regent's Park. Within walking distance are the famous London shopping streets such as Oxford Street, Regent's Street and Camden Town, Piccadilly Circus and some of London's most famous attractions, such as the Zoo, Madame Tussaud's, the Sherlock Holmes Museum and the British Museum. Despite being so close to the city's main attractions, the hotel's location is surprisingly quiet and secluded offering a very British sense of majestic charm and elegance, with a Spanish twist.
2. Athenaeum Hotel
Intimate and sophisticated, in the fabulous Athenaeum five-star, located in the elegant Mayfair neighborhood, you will feel at home. In central London. The hotel is located right across from Royal Parks and Buckingham Palace, within walking distance of national museums and galleries and close to world famous shopping and theater. The splendid accommodation comprises 134 en-suite bedrooms, 12 luxurious suites and 18 spacious apartments. All rooms include free Wi-Fi and free snacks and soft drinks from the minibar. For refreshment, there is afternoon tea (voted 'Best in London 2012'), an AA Rosette restaurant and a warm and welcoming bar, which houses one of London's largest whiskey collections.
3. Le Meridien Piccadilly
Located next to the beautiful green area of Kensington, I will find the Meridien Piccadilly, a white stucco townhouse converted into a luxury boutique hotel. Also for this reason, le Méridien Piccadilly is the symbol hotel of Piccadilly Circus.
Embodies the fusion of culture, art and cuisine, it is a contemporary accommodation in the heart of London's vibrant West End. The Terrace Grill Bar serves local dishes in a modern and sophisticated setting overlooking Piccadilly. Alternatively, you can opt for the Longitude 0 ° 8 ′ which instead is a lively and refined bar. The hotel is also equipped with a wonderful SPA, the Piccadilly Health Club & Spa which offers a wide range of facilities and services. Take some time to visit the relaxation room and indulge in one of the many spa treatments and massages on offer.
4. St James's Hotel and Club
Located in a quiet central London alley, the St. James's Hotel and Club blends contemporary chic with Victorian elegance and world-class cuisine, awarded by the Michelin guide.
The luxury suites and spacious rooms are equipped with all comforts for a pleasant stay. The elegant interiors feature hand-made silk wallpaper, Murano glass chandeliers, and polished natural stone bathrooms. The hotel also houses a rich collection of works of art. The hotel is the perfect base for a stay in the capital thanks to its strategic location, close to Mayfair and Piccadilly, where shops, attractions and shows await you.
5. Brown's Hotel
Located in the heart of Mayfair in London, within walking distance of the elegant designer shops of Bond Street and the open spaces of Green Park, as well as minutes from the vibrant theaters of the West End and Buckingham Palace. The Brown's offers an ideal accommodation due to its location.
Recently renovated, the Brown's hotel of the Rooco Forte it has been restored to its rightful position as one of the best intimate and charming hotels in the city.
The new design, included in the £ 24 million refurbishment by Olga Polizzi, combines the hotel's original wood paneling and gilded mirrors with mosaic floors, fresh colors, natural materials and antique furniture to create a more contemporary style and comfortable. All this while maintaining the refined English charm for which the hotel is famous.
The bedrooms are equipped with the latest in room amenities including broadband internet access and LCD flat screen digital televisions with interactive video on demand with an extensive library of music and movies.
The Roosevelt and Niagara rooms are interconnected and are located on the first floor, while the other rooms are located on the ground floor, accessed through the Dover Street or Albemarle Street entrances.
Executive Chef Lee Streeton and Food Director Mark Hix have created an exceptional menu featuring some of the greatest traditional British dishes using carefully selected seasonal ingredients.
La English Tea Room offers a relaxing and discreet alternative to enjoying lighter meals and the famous Brown's Afternoon Tea. In addition, the elegant Donovan Bar offers the perfect setting to enjoy a wide range of cocktails and refreshments.
For the more sporty, the hotel offers a gym with state-of-the-art equipment and for those who want to relax, the Spa will be the perfect oasis of tranquility.