The Most Expensive Hotels in London

Besides being home to hundreds of historical landmarks and tourist attractions, London is also well-known for its luxurious hotels. Whether you are looking for an elegant 5-star hotel with tip-top service and premium amenities or an extravagant hotel that features exclusive spas and world-renowned restaurants, there are definitely plenty of luxurious accommodation options to choose from. We’ve rounded up a list of the 5 most expensive hotels in London.


The Ritz

The Ritz London

Opened in 1906, The Ritz is located just off London’s Green Park and features elegant rooms including the exclusive Prince of Wales Suite that boasts a private dining room, modern kitchen, 24-hour butler service, and two en-suite bathrooms. Guests can have their afternoon tea at the lavish Palm Court and enjoy a live performance from the resident pianist.



Claridge’s London

Located in Mayfair, Claridge’s is famous for many things including the fabulous von Furstenberg-designed suite with a leather-topped bar and a grand piano, the on-site restaurant where the famous Gordon Ramsay offers the finest European cuisine, and the oldest manned lift in the city. If you wish to stay in shape, the Olympus Health & Fitness Suite is fitted with ultra-modern gym facilities and even has a personal trainer.


The Dorchester

The Dorchester London

Overlooking Hyde Park and just a short walk from classy restaurants and West End’s retailers, the Dorchester is well-known for its grand lobby entrance, an excellent spa that boasts a lovely glittering tearoom, and an on-site three Michelin-starred restaurant. There is an abundance of suites and rooms and each is decorated and furnished in a different style. The four roof garden suites offer excellent views of the park, while the signature Oliver Messel Suite boasts rich wooden panels, marble-clad bathroom, and gold leaf mirrors.


Shangri-La Hotel at The Shard

Shangri La Hotel At The Shard

If you are looking for spectacular views of the city, book a room at the amazing Shangri-La Hotel which inhabits floors 34-52 of the famous Shard. Expect to find spectacular floor-to-ceiling glass, rooms furnished in Asian-international-contemporary style, and impeccable service. Travellers who wish to unwind with a refreshing cocktail can visit the stylish Gong cocktail bar on level 52. On the same floor, you will find a lovely swimming pool that offers magnificent views of the London Skyline.


The Savoy

The Savoy London

For a truly unforgettable experience, book a suite at the legendary Savoy Hotel in London. This extraordinary hotel is well known for its English Edwardian design and houses the oldest cocktail bar in the city, the American Bar. The on-site restaurant Savoy Grill is headed by the one and only Gordon Ramsay, while the elegant River Restaurant offers magnificent views of the skyline. Dress to the nines and visit the Lancaster Ballroom or enjoy a wide range of treatments at the amazing on-site spa.