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Book your next stay at one of these hotels—they’re the best in London.

No. 8 Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane

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In 2010, the Four Seasons reopened its 11-story tower near Hyde Park Corner after a two-year, head-to-toe renovation by Pierre Yves Rochon. Rooms were redesigned (and expanded) with sycamore panels and tartan draperies; dressing room closets and bathrooms redone with walnut and brushed steel cabinetry, and vanity mirrors with integrated televisions. The Amaranto restaurant was introduced to grand applause—a trio of connecting spaces (an atrium, club lounge, and conservatory) featuring Italian-inspired creations, including London's first Italian tea. The hotel's crowning achievement: the rooftop spa, an oak and stone sanctuary with glass-walled treatment rooms, water sculptures, and birds-eye views of the leafy treetops of Hyde Park.

Best Hotels in London

No. 8 Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane

In 2010, the Four Seasons reopened its 11-story tower near Hyde Park Corner after a two-year, head-to-toe renovation by Pierre Yves Rochon. Rooms were redesigned (and expanded) with sycamore panels and tartan draperies; dressing room closets and bathrooms redone with walnut and brushed steel cabinetry, and vanity mirrors with integrated televisions. The Amaranto restaurant was introduced to grand applause—a trio of connecting spaces (an atrium, club lounge, and conservatory) featuring Italian-inspired creations, including London's first Italian tea. The hotel's crowning achievement: the rooftop spa, an oak and stone sanctuary with glass-walled treatment rooms, water sculptures, and birds-eye views of the leafy treetops of Hyde Park.

Courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels

Best Hotels in London

The 2012 Olympics put London in the spotlight and inspired a building boom, meaning there's more to experience in the British capital than ever—and that includes accommodation options.

You can unpack your bags in an intimate Victorian hotel opposite Kensington Palace, or settle into the recently redesigned theater district hotel that hosted Elizabeth II's coronation ball.

Read on to find out which London hotels were deemed gold-medal-worthy by T+L readers in our annual World's Best Awards survey.

For more on the best hotels in London, check out T+L's London Hotel Guide.

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