LondonStill buzzing from its 2012 Summer Olympic success, London is by no means resting on past glories. Rather it is transforming them. The former Olympic Park has re-opened as the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, which means the public can now enjoy 250 acres of beautifully landscaped open space. And though it already boasts two Tate Museums, it is bolstering its inspirational offerings with bold new initiatives, such as the Science Museum’s £4 million Media Space and the Guildhall School’s state-of-the-art performance venue. In addition, the West End, thought irrevocably uncool once the East End’s gentrification hit its full stride, is now back with enough new galleries to make New York’s behemoth Chelsea art district seem small in comparison. If you think you know the city and the boutique hotels in London, think again. A visit today proves just how quickly and dramatically a city can reinvent itself.
Below find a list of our selection of boutique and luxury hotels in London.