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Corinthia Hotel, London
This grand London hotel is regal and traditional on the outside whilst sleek, glamorous and luxurious on the inside - it's one of the best and most stylish accommodation choices in the capital. The spa is fantastic - the best in London and possibly the country - and restaurants are top class. You might even spot a celebrity - this establishment is favoured by a glitzy clientele that appreciates it discreet location.
Rooms available from £769.20 per night
The Corinthia has an impressive central London address; it's a short stroll from Trafalgar Square and The National Gallery. Head down Northumberland Avenue and you're soon beside the Thames - cross over to visit the London Eye and the Southbank Centre.
Embankment underground station (served by four tube lines) is next door; the West End is a ten-minute walk.
By car: around 4 hours from Manchester, 2 hours 30 minutes from Birmingham and 7 hours from Glasgow. Paid parking available nearby.
By train: Charing Cross and Waterloo are both within walking distance of the hotel. London Paddington, Kings Cross and Euston stations are all around 15 minutes' from the hotel in a taxi. Book trains to London.
CHARACTER & STYLE
This hotel is simply gorgeous - exquisite craftsmanship and attractive design are everywhere, from public areas to rooms and suites - and adorned with 250 works of art especially commissions from (mostly) British artists. The Corinthia's aesthetic goes beyond fashion, encapsulating both classical grandeur and contemporary style.
As you'd expect from a five-star hotel of this stature, there are plenty of facilities. These include a 24-hour multilingual concierge with butler service for suites and penthouses, 24-hour room service, valet parking, around-the-clock access to the gym (with personal trainers available), a laundry service and even an in-house florist.
- Free Wi-Fi
All rooms are smart with classy neutral décor, high ceilings and large windows that let plenty of natural light flood in. The divine beds are by Hypnos, who also supply Buckingham Palace.
Room types: Superior, Deluxe, Executive, Family rooms; Junior, Garden, Whitehall, Trafalgar, London, River suites; Penthouses
Key amenities: ensuite with bath and shower, ESPA toiletries, desk, coffee-making facilities, mini-bar, TV, free Wi-Fi
FOOD & DRINK
There's a spoiling selection of two restaurants, five bars and a lounge - where you can savour an almost ceremonial afternoon tea. Foodies will be delighted by both the Northall - offering modern cuisine - and Tom Kerridge's Bar & Grill. The lobster tagliatelle with hand-rolled pasta hit the spot.
Kerridge's: inventive takes on British classics, bar menu. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Mains from £26.50.
The Northall: modern European dishes. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Mains from £30.