Looking for a stylish design hotel in London? Check out TravelMag.com’s top value picks!
Our hotel team has analyzed the best design hotels in the city across various price categories, comparing amenities and assessing client reviews from the past 24 months. Those with the best value were selected for inclusion on our list of the city’s best places to stay.
From £99/ night
The stylish and elegant Hotel Indigo is perfect for those looking to combine the finest design and facilities with an excellent central London location. Rooms include top line electronics and free non-alcoholic minibar, and the hotel’s bar and restaurant are both highly praised. Its location is ideal for sightseeing, just a short walk from the Tower of London and the city’s famous East End.
From £94/ night
Just across the River Thames from Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, and close to the London Eye, the H10 at Waterloo is ideal for tourist visitors and families alike. The views across the local area are exceptional thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows in most rooms. A fitness centre spa and beauty centre cater for health needs, and the Three O Two Restaurant and Circus Bar complete a superb design option.
From £153/ night
At the heart of the East End lies the Town Hall Hotel, on Patriot Square between Bethnal Green tube station and the popular Victoria Park. The accommodation is a mixture of stylish serviced apartments and modern hotel rooms. A swimming pool and fitness centre, plus free wifi throughout, add to the feeling of being well looked after and the Peg & Patriot bar includes unique concoctions from passionate staff.
From £192/ night
The Ampersand Hotel fits in perfectly among the urbane surroundings of west London’s Kensington district. Culture vultures will love the hotel’s proximity to the famous Natural History and Victoria and Albert Museums, the huge Hyde Park is close by and local bars are stylish and trendy. The hotel includes individually decorated rooms, a full gym and a games room.
From £103/ night
The name citizenM hints at the trendy nature of the brand and London’s Bankside is an excellent installment of it, in the city’s Southwark district just south of the Thames. The Tate Modern museum is a short walk along the river and the Shard dominates the local skyline. Rooms feature relaxing ambient lighting and upmarket, elegant furnishings, and free wifi is available throughout.