The Milestone Hotel Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Milestone is perhaps the most famous boutique hotel in London, and certainly lives up to its expectations. The hotel has plenty to offer, including the split-level Stables Bar, decorated with rich green tartan quilting, mahogany-paneled walls, satellite TV for viewing sporting events, and an exclusive list of champagnes and cocktails.

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 The Milestone is perhaps the most famous boutique hotel in London, and certainly lives up to its expectations. The hotel has plenty to offer, including the split-level Stables Bar, decorated with rich green tartan quilting, mahogany-paneled walls, satellite TV for viewing sporting events, and an exclusive list of champagnes and cocktails.
The Sanderson is an edgy hotel with original and extravagant design by Philippe Starck. The on-site Long Bar, which features an 80-foot, white onyx bar flanked by "eyeball" chairs, is the place to see and be seen -- celebs such as Cameron Diaz have partied at the hotel. The exclusive Metropolitan Hotel is located at the nexus of Hyde Park, Knightsbridge, and Mayfair. Known for the excellent Michelin-rated restaurant Nobu and nightlife hot spot Met Bar (with frequent A-list visitors), this hotel is a chic, upscale option. St. Martin's Lane is a prominent design hotel with sleek, cheeky interiors by Philippe Starck and a fashionable A-list bar scene with mood lighting and bold photography wall pieces. K West is smart and sophisticated, and is home to the chic K Bar with a pretty details such as this modern fireplace. The 373-room Hotel Russell is massive by London standards, and its grand Victorian architecture complements the hotel's scale. The on-site Tempus Bar, with oak-paneled walls and traditional leather seating, provides a stately setting to enjoy your favorite cocktail. The architect who designed the bar and dining room area also designed the nearly-identical dining room of the RMS Titanic. The Millennium Bailey's Hotel is located in a calm, peaceful quarter of London. Olives Restaurant and Bar is an intimate club lounge -- for guests of club or suite level rooms -- and provides space to relax without leaving the property. With its edgy architectural themes and central location, the Doubletree - Tower of London is a convenient and stylish pick. The hotel's trendy Skylounge even has a rooftop bar with panoramic views over east London. The 100-room Ambassadors Bloomsbury is located in the historic literary heart of London. Beyond the convenient location near tube stations, this hotel also has a popular on-site bar/restaurant, Number Twelve. The 331-room St. Ermins is a massive, corporate-sized hotel -- with a distinctively non-corporate feel. Warm red walls and a black lacquered bar top allow Caxton Bar to provide guests with a cozy, sexy setting. There's an excellent choice of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, including flights of wines and whiskies. This boutique hotel exudes a playful rock 'n' roll vibe, thanks to extravagant details like diamante-studded door handles and electric guitar rentals. Together with a swanky rooftop bar, No. 20 Restaurant is a popular on-site destination, featuring seasonal fare and an old-time, extravagant look. Glitzy details include glowing pink columns, bronze leather banquettes, and crushed velvet chairs. The Town Hall Hotel and Apartments is located in London's artsy East End. Striking design mixes Edwardian influences with 1930s art deco style and contemporary touches at this hotel, where the stylish bar serves seasonally-inspired cocktails. The bold, beautiful interior design of its common spaces is what sets this luxury four-pearl property apart from others. The Cocktail & Tea Rooms offer traditional afternoon tea, canapes, and a cocktail menu in a cool lounge space. With its corporate identity and placement in London's financial district, the upscale London Crowne Plaza is a good fit for business travelers. Nineteen Below is the on-site full bar serving cocktails, champagne, and more, making it a perfect spot for after-work drinks. The Milestone is perhaps the most famous boutique hotel in London, and certainly lives up to its expectations. The hotel has plenty to offer, including the split-level Stables Bar, decorated with rich green tartan quilting, mahogany-paneled walls, satellite TV for viewing sporting events, and an exclusive list of champagnes and cocktails.
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