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Best Hotels in London to See Even If You Do Not Get To Stay Here

Updated on August 9, 2013
London City
London City

Best Hotels in London

London is a huge metropolis where you will find plenty of unexpected things to do. One such interesting thing is to visit top hotels in the city without paying the room price. There are many hotels in London that offer free entry to their restaurants, bars, and cafes, even if you do not stay there. Find out where you can eat, drink, and party without paying the price of a room:

Relax and Rejuvenate
Relax and Rejuvenate

Ideal for Wellbeing: K West Hotel & Spa

K Spa or K Holistic Spa and Fitness Club provide you the best opportunity to rejuvenate your body and soul while you are vacationing in London. Here you can reenergise yourself, get a healthier lifestyle, and achieve your fitness goals. Non-guests coming to K West Hotel & Spa can unwind and relax in K Spa’s steam room, sauna, sanarium, and a hydrotherapy pool for just £50 per day. It offers an astonishing ‘Snow Paradise’ experience, where you can sting your senses in -15° C powder snow. You can visit this spa to avail its range of therapies that will improve your inner and outer beauty.

Address: Richmond Way, London W14 0AX

Longford's Bar
Longford's Bar

Ideal for Drinks: Melia White House Hotel

Are you a cocktail lover? Then head to the Longford’s bar to relish the best cocktails and whiskies in town. This stylish bar with period décor offers a gentlemen’s club like feel. The bar food menu featuring tapas and nibbles is as tempting as the drinks menu. Along with drinks, you can catch the live sporting action on large flat screen. The Longford’s Terrace offers the ultimate drinking experience with barbeque and grill menu and a range of beers and cocktails. For a more casual dining, pop along with your friends at the Place Bar. The snacks, roasts, tapas, and exclusive desserts will leave your taste buds satiated. Excellent selection of wines is on offer to complement your meal.

Address: Albany Street, London NW1 3UP

Afternoon Tea Hideout
Afternoon Tea Hideout

Ideal for Afternoon Tea: The Montague On The Gardens

There is nothing more British that enjoying an afternoon tea in an English ambiance. Montague On the gardens is one such award winning hotel which is dedicated to this British tradition. Classic tea is served along with an assortment of pastries, scones, sandwiches, and clotted cream. Champagne tea gives a modern twist to this classic British ritual. Apart from classic and exotic teas, the menu features additional delights like fine coffees, and hot chocolate.

Address: 15 Montague Street, London WC1B 5BJ

Stunning Views From Vista Bar
Stunning Views From Vista Bar

Ideal for Views: The Trafalgar Hilton

Trafalgar’s exceptional rooftop bar has reached the height of sophistication. Watch the best of London from above as you sip a cocktail at the Vista Bar. It boasts unrivalled views of the capital city, capturing the sheer splendour of iconic landmarks including the London Eye and The Big Ben. The panoramic views of the city will make your cocktail taste even better. Vista remains open for the public even in winters. In colder months, it remains covered and heated and offers a cosy and warm ambience.

Address: 2 Spring Gardens, Trafalgar Square, London SW1A 2TS

Suka Restaurant
Suka Restaurant

Ideal for Foodies: Sanderson, A Morgans Hotel

Sanderson has everything to please even the most demanding epicurean. For an authentic a Malaysian culinary experience, head to the Suka restaurant. Enjoying the subtle Malaysian flavours in a relaxed and elegant setting is truly something worth-trying. From Nasi Lemaks to crispy rotis, all capture the best of Malaysian street food. If this is not enough for you, the restaurant also features Berners Street Terrace where you can relish eclectic British delights in an outdoor setting. The exclusive and exquisite menu includes wood pigeon salad, ragston goat’s cheese ravioli, and smoked salmon mousse. Drop in to have a glass of champagne, enjoy afternoon tea, or a light bite.

Address: 50 Berners Street, London W1T 3NG

All these luxury hotels in London city are worth-visiting even if you are not staying here.

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