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The Royal Horseguards

The Royal Horseguards Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 282-room Royal Horseguards offers classic Victorian architecture and modern amenities in a five-star luxury setting with views of the London Eye and the Thames River. Ornate sculpting, stunning high ceilings, and romantic archways are all dominant elements that complement a rich history -- the Royal Horseguards housed the Secret Service during World War I. The hotel, with a horse guards theme throughout, connects to One Whitehall Place, the palatial meeting and events space.

The Halkin

The Halkin Rating: 5.0 Pearls

A 41-room boutique hotel with generous amounts of space, the Halkin exudes luxury -- from its distinctive Italian-cum-Asian interior design to its marble bathrooms with deep soaking tubs. Sumptuous and spacious guest rooms literally offer convenience at the touch of a button, as all have wall consoles for calling the butler and other services. Even the location is upscale, as the property stands in the tony Belgravia district and is just a two-minute walk from Buckingham Palace. Guests also have access to the spa at famed sister hotel The Metropolitan, since the Halkin does lack amenities such as a spa and pool.

The Goring

The Goring Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Goring is a classic English boutique hotel with ample royal heritage. Opened in 1910, the property has intricate sculpted details and unusually wide hallways -- said to have been designed to allow free passage of ladies’ ball gowns. The Goring offers five-star hospitality with abundant luxury, and its refined elegance is demonstrated through details such as the original Edwardian architecture and bespoke silk wallpaper. Buckingham Palace tours are available in the summer and nearby underground Tube access allows for travel to other parts of London.

St. James's Hotel and Club

St. James's Hotel and Club Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Before St. James's was a luxurious boutique hotel, it had a distinguished past as an exclusive Gentlemen's Club. Previously owned by Sirs Michael Caine and Sean Connery -- and frequented by Winston Churchill and Gregory Peck -- this striking building on a quiet cul-de-sac in prestigious Mayfair now houses lavish accommodations. A recent multi-million renovation brought in bespoke furnishings, and rooms offer high-tech perks such as free Wi-Fi and iPod docks. An outstanding feature here is the Michelin-star restaurant directed by executive chef William Drabble. The hotel is also filled with notable Cubist paintings and offers close proximity to shopping and galleries.

Dukes Hotel

Dukes Hotel Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Dukes Hotel is a pricey, prestigious 90-room boutique delivering an updated take on classic English luxury. It's quietly opulent and features plenty of special boutique amenities, such as a cognac and cigar garden, and a Drawing Room where traditional afternoon tea is served. The most notable feature, however, is Dukes Bar, frequented by James Bond creator Ian Fleming, and the birthplace of the famous "Shaken, not stirred" line. (The bar is, naturally, famous for its martinis -- but note that there's a strict dress code.) Rooms have upscale decor that varies between room types; lower level rooms have fresh ivory and white decor, while suites blend classic and contemporary styles. All are sophisticated.

St. Ermins Hotel

St. Ermins Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 331-room St. Ermins is a massive, corporate-sized hotel -- with a distinctively non-corporate feel. The interiors are an attractive blend of period styles (including white Victorian balustrades and Art Deco furniture and patterns). Sophisticated rooms also show Art Deco influences, and are decorated in grays, whites, greens, and reds. They also have up-to-date technology, including flat-screen TVs and iPod docks, and all but the lowest room category have marble bathrooms. Overall, the hotel offers decent value for a four-pearl property, and a quiet, convenient Westminster location.

The Tophams Hotel

The Tophams Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The boutique Tophams Hotel is conveniently located near the Victoria tube station. After a multi-million refurbishment completed in 2008, this stylish hotel offers nouveau-classical decor with pops of bright color in a peaceful location. Rooms are individually decorated with bespoke furnishings, flat-screen TVs, writing desks, and free Wi-Fi. Bathrooms are luxurious, and rooms with separate soaking tubs are worth the upgrade. A full English breakfast and afternoon tea are both available at Tophams, but some guests complain about small rooms and lack of space to store luggage.

Rubens at the Palace

Rubens at the Palace Rating: 4.0 Pearls

At 161 guest rooms, the Rubens is behemoth-sized compared to its Red Carnation sister hotels. Dressed in traditional period furnishings with beautiful oil canvases throughout, this hotel oscillates between being overly reminiscent of a bygone era and reflecting a classic-period charm. Most rooms have been renovated and feature a more updated version of period charm; others simply feel dowdy and dated. Pricey room rates and limited room amenities may or may not outweigh the great location near Buckingham Palace.

The Z Hotel Victoria

The Z Hotel Victoria Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 106-room Z Hotel Victoria is an upper-middle range property located in the middle of London's borough of Westminster, within easy walking distance of Buckingham Palace. This boutique offers stylish, small rooms at a reasonable price; the nearby (and upscale) Tophams Hotel costs a decent amount more, while the similarly priced Best Western Victoria Palace isn't nearly as modern. The free Wi-Fi, free evening wine and cheese offering, and 24-hour cafe add to the hotel's convenience and value, but the lack of windows in many of the rooms is a notable downside.

The Grand at Trafalgar Square

The Grand at Trafalgar Square Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 63-room hotel has retained its original beautiful Victorian architecture and ornate period furnishings in the common areas -- but the rooms are generically furnished, worn, and have a corporate feel. Nevertheless, its unparalleled central location and exclusive status as the only mid-range (read: affordable) hotel in the vicinity mean a relatively reasonable option in the very teeth of London's tourism beast. There's no pool, though, so young travelers may be disappointed.

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  • Westminster
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  • Air Conditioner
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  • Basic Television
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