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Top Hotels in London to Satisfy Appetite for Shopaholics

Updated on August 8, 2013
Lavish Guest Room
Lavish Guest Room

A Shopaholic's Dream

Tourists from all around the world visit London to shop. Sure, they fly in from the other side of the globe for a vacation in London, but shopping in the city is definitely part of the itinerary. Shopaholics in the city are assured to bend towards the pulls of attractive shops and markets.

Visitors can start their vacations by booking best hotels in the capital city that are located near shopping malls. The main advantage of these hotels in London is they are close to key shopping streets and save you from the trouble of carrying a handful of shopping bags to long distance. It is important to realise that there are number of hotels in the city with this advantage. Book a convenient stay at these top hotels and enjoy a shopping holiday in London:

Polo Bar
Polo Bar

The Westbury Mayfair

This luxury hotel in Bond Street has graced the exclusive fashion and boutique district of London with style. Some of the leading brands for art and fashion like Versace, Tiffany's, Armani, and Burberry surround it. Shops at Oxford Street, Carnaby Street, and Regent Street are all 5-minute walk from here. In the evening, the Polo Bar and the Artisan restaurant are best spot for a cocktail and quality dinner.

Rocco Forte Brown’s Hotel

Set in the heart of Mayfair, this 5 star hotel is within walking distance from main shopping streets like Regent Street and Bond Street. If you are looking for more reasonably priced shops, head to nearby Oxford Street. After shopping at chic boutiques in these streets, you can chill in tranquillity of Green Park. This hotel offers a perfect base for shopaholics to take advantage of London’s designer stores.

Jumeirah Carlton Tower

Located in the fashionable area of Knightsbridge, this 5-star deluxe hotel is considered to a shopper’s paradise. Shopaholics often occupy it, as it is a short stroll from famous department stores like Harrods and Harvey Nichols. The luxurious ambience and excellent hospitality service assures you the comforts of home.

Heated Indoor Pool
Heated Indoor Pool

The Waldorf Hilton

The Waldorf Hilton is an iconic 5-star hotel that is located in London’s West End. This luxury hotel is famous among the visitors for its unique style and elegance. It is a short walk away from all fashion shops at Covent Garden. It is ideally located near some of the great shops of Oxford Street, The Strand, and Seven Dials. Shop for the entire day and come back to the hotel for swimming in the 14-metre long heated indoor pool.

Radisson Edwardian Berkshire
Radisson Edwardian Berkshire

Radisson Edwardian Berkshire

It is one of the most admired and delightful boutique hotels in London that is located on Oxford Street. It is quite popular with shoppers, as it stands close to well-known stores like Topshop, House of Fraser, and Selfridges. This 4-star hotel is only minutes away from the fashionable Bond Street. You can easily browse through famous designer shops of Armani, DKNY, and Tiffany at the Bond Street.

May Fair Hotel

It is a 5-star luxurious accommodation in London, located on the Stratton Street in Mayfair. This West End hotel offers direct access to the shopping districts of Knightsbridge, Piccadilly Circus, Bond Street, and Green Park. After a day long shopping at the great shops in London, relax your body in the lavish May Fair hotel spa. You will find an oasis of spa treatments, steam rooms, and luxury beds to relax.

The Capital Hotel
The Capital Hotel

The Capital

The Capital is a 5-star hotel in Knightsbridge that offers easy access to Sloane Street, Harrods, Harvey Nichols, and Hyde Park. It has luxurious apartments and personalised services for the guests. It is an ideal choice a short shopping break in London. Stay here for £150 per person and get easy access to some of the top fashion streets of the city. Having used your £50 voucher at Harrods, you can come back for an afternoon tea at The Capital.

So, pick the top London hotels near key shopping areas and give rest to your tired feet after a tiring day’s shopping in the capital.


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