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20 Luxury London Hotels with American Express Fine Hotels and Resorts

In my recent post about the 7 best luxury London hotels I covered some of the top hotels in London. Fine Hotels and Resorts has another 13 hotels that you can get great benefits and discounts at.

All 20 luxury London hotels are listed here. Vote for your favorites here

45 Park Lane, Dorchester Collection

With its landmark architecture, dynamic interiors and contemporary art collection, 45 Park Lane offers guests a relaxed and luxurious stay. The state-of-the-art hotel is just steps away from sister hotel The Dorchester. Popular with locals and seasoned jetsetters, this smart choice also provides an excellent basis for those looking to explore London.

Baglioni Hotel London

The Baglioni Hotel London is situated in the heart of London, the cosmopolitan city par excellence, opposite Hyde Park with an enchanting view of Kensington Gardens and Palace. The hotel is situated a short distance from historic and cultural places of interest and the shops and watering holes that animate the city’s nightlife; the Royal Albert Hall, Harrods and Knightsbridge are all nearby. The entirely Italian hospitality and luxury services offered such as the spa, fitness centre, chauffeur-driven car and personal butler will make your stay in London truly unforgettable.

Bulgari Hotel & Residences London

Located in Knightsbridge on the edge of Hyde Park, London’s Bulgari Hotel is both a haven of calm in the centre of the city and yet under a minute’s walk from such landmarks as the famous Harrod’s department store.

Claridge's

It started life as a single house, but Claridge’s was soon transformed into an art deco masterpiece favoured by royalty and the most distinguished figures of every generation.

William and Marianne Claridge are running a hotel in a single house at 51 Brook Street. In an ambitious move to expand their business, they buy the adjoining five buildings in 1854. Claridge’s opens in its own right in 1856.

Corinthia Hotel London

Situated in the very heart of London, close to the River Thames, Corinthia London is the undisputed jewel in our crown. Moments from Trafalgar Square, Westminster and Covent Garden, it is also within easy reach of Mayfair and the City. This grand Victorian building, dating from 1885, has been given new life with fine rooms, stylish suites and imaginative penthouses offering state-of-the-art 21st Century luxury.

Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane

Surrounded by greenery in the heart of Mayfair, the luxurious and redesigned Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane is unique in London, yet still true to the city.

Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane’s chic design, high-style dining, skilled concierge team and glass-walled rooftop spa and lounge offer travellers to London the highest degree of efficiency and modern sophistication at this London luxury hotel on Park Lane.

Grosvenor House Apartments by Jumeirah Living

Combining the refined services of a luxury hotel with the privacy, comfort and generous living space of a contemporary Mayfair residence, Grosvenor House Apartments by Jumeirah Living offers a unique experience at London’s most exclusive address.

Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London

As one of London’s most celebrated hotels, we offer an enticing blend of elegance, style and luxury. Home to two of the city’s best restaurants, a stunning spa, beautifully designed accommodation and exquisite function rooms, we offer a fashionable, yet timeless base from which to discover the British capital.

Rocco Forte Brown's Hotel, London

Browns first opened its doors on Albemarle Street in 1837.

Since then we have hosted famous guests from all walks of life. Located in Mayfair, we are just moments away from the famed Bond Street boutiques, Dover Street Market, The Royal Academy of Arts and many independent art galleries. Brown’s is London.

Rosewood London

Guests arrive at Rosewood London through an archway that opens into a grand Edwardian courtyard, in a little oasis of tranquillity unique among London luxury hotels. It is the perfect start to a memorable stay in a timeless heritage hotel, set just steps from Covent Garden.

Shangri-La Hotel at the Shard

After a morning’s stroll through London’s bustling Borough Market, you enjoy a short walk back to the comfort and elegance of Shangri-La Hotel, At The Shard, London. The 34th to 52nd floors of Renzo Piano’s iconic building house the hotel, which is Shangri-La’s first property in the UK.

The Berkeley

The Berkeley started life some 300 years ago as coffee house on the busy corner of Piccadilly and Berkeley Street. It soon transformed into the hotel we know today – a special favourite with London connoisseurs of the finer things in life, and an essential reservation for the well-informed international traveller.

The Connaught

Writer Peter Mayle dedicates a chapter to the Connaught in his book Expensive Habits, which looks at ‘the best things in life’. In it he lauds the personal service at the hotel that “all the marble lobbies in the world can’t compete with”.

The Dorchester, Dorchester Collection

Whether you are staying in one of the exquisite rooms and suites, unwinding in the spa, enjoying Michelin-starred cuisine or indulging in an award-winning afternoon tea, you will experience the epitome of timeless glamour.

The Goring

London’s last remaining family-owned luxury hotel. Crafted over a century by one family, The Goring is the genuine article - a grand hotel with impeccable manners and a subtle streak of wit and wonder.

The Langham, London

Located in the world-renowned West End, one of the most coveted addresses in London. The perfect base from which to explore the shopping in Regent Street, Bond Street, and Oxford Street, as well as cultural attractions such as The British Museum.

The Milestone Hotel

The exquisite five-star Grade II Listed Milestone Hotel is located within the esteemed Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, overlooking Kensington Palace and Gardens, minutes from the Royal Albert Hall and with easy access to the West End.

The Ritz London

The Ritz London opened its doors on 24th May 1906 on the Piccadilly site of the Walsingham House Hotel, formerly the Bath Hotel. Conceived by renowned hotelier César Ritz, The Ritz owes its architectural design to the successful partnership formed in 1900 between Frenchman Charles Mewés and Englishman Arthur Davis.

The Savoy, A Fairmont Managed hotel, London

Perfectly placed on the north bank of the River Thames and set within the vibrancy of Covent Garden’s shopping and theatre district, The Savoy is one of London’s most revered hotels.

The Stafford London, By Kempinski

Celebrating its centenary in 2012, The Stafford is rich in historic intrigue from the 17th Century to the present day.

Number 16-18 St. James’s Place were originally built as private residences in the 17th Century. Number 17, most famously owned by Lord and Lady Lyttelton, daughter of the then Earl Spencer, was pressed into service as nanny to Queen Victoria’s children.