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Why is London such an amazing city to visit?
Steeped in rich history, filled with incredible attractions, and offering a beautiful range of bars, restaurants and hotels, there are many reasons why people are drawn to England’s capital city.
In this blog, we’re sharing some of the most unique places to stay in London:
Unique Places to Stay in London: The Milestone Hotel
The Milestone Hotel is a Grade II listed Victorian building, overlooking the beautiful Kensington Palace gardens.
Its central location allows guests to explore the city with ease, discovering all that London has to offer – from intricate architecture to boat trips along the Thames.
The building, which dates back to 1883, boasts tastefully decorated rooms, showcasing the period features whilst bringing it into modern day times.
Unique Places to Stay in London: The Mitre at Hampton Court
Built in 1665 as a guest house for visitors to Hampton Court Palace under instruction of Charles II, The Mitre is an incredible base from which to explore the city of London.
Its Thames-side location and boutique rooms allow guests the perfect opportunity to experience the local Bushy Park and historical surroundings.
With famous guests such as Dame Julie Andrews, The Mitre is truly considered as one of the most unique places to stay in London.
Unique Places to Stay in London: Rubens at the Palace
Set in the heart of London and overlooking The Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace (the entrance used by the Royal family), Rubens at the Palace is an exquisite hotel filled with grandeur.
The five-star property has a rich heritage, with the site once being a part of Buckingham Palace’s grounds in the 18th century. Now, the hotel pays homage to its royal roots with touches of majestic royalty throughout, from the red-uniformed door staff greeting guests to the tasteful regal decor.
The AA Rosette awarded restaurants with exquisitely crafted menus offer guests the opportunity to dine like royalty too, ensuring a truly unique and extraordinary experience for all.
Located in the centre of London and close to some of the city’s most famous landmarks, a stay at Rubens at the Palace promises a city break like no other.
Unique Places to Stay in London: Georgian House
Georgian House is a 19th century, grade II listed townhouse, tucked away in Pimlico, London.
Its picturesque surroundings offer a quintessentially British feel, with that classic charm continuing throughout the property, highlighting its Victorian history.
Originally built in 1851, Georgian House has been restored and refreshed over the years, offering a serene, luxury escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. Its location means guests can explore the streets of London throughout the day, before heading back to the warmth of the hotel, which has a welcoming, home-from-home atmosphere, in the evening.
Georgian House also works with charities supporting those living with learning or physical disabilities into employment. The staff have both visible and non-visible disabilities, ensuring inclusivity for all.
Whether guests are looking to explore the culture, discover the cuisine or visit the tourist attractions, these London-based hotels offer an exceptional place to stay for a city break.
To book any of these hotels, please visit storiedcollection.com.
Alternatively, why not read our previous blog to discover the rich history of some of Storied Collection’s most unique hotels?
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