The Best Hotels with Jacuzzis in London
Live the high life in a 52nd-floor pool at Shangri-La Hotel at The Shard | Courtesy of Shangri-La at The Shard / Expedia
Hotels with hot tubs comes in all shapes and sky-high sizes in London‘s bubble-ready bedrooms and spas
Grey mornings got you down? These reviving urban retreats in London are each home to a heavenly hot tub. They come in all guises, too – woody and alpine, marble-clad and sleek, even perched on a rooftop patio. However, no matter where you choose to submerge yourself, their warm waters and tension-busting jets will soon work wonders on sore muscles and stressed-out souls.
The Bermondsey Square Hotel
4.3/5 (672 Reviews)
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Now from $142 per night
Perfect for a romantic occasion or a celebration with friends, the Lucy in the Sky suite reigns supreme from her perch in the penthouse of the Bermondsey Square Hotel. Step out onto the suite’s private roof terrace to find a six-seater hot tub and spend the evening submerged, watching the sun go down and the London lights go up. The view takes in the changing colours of the London Eye and the magnificent Houses of Parliament.
4.9/5 (815 Reviews)
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Now from $798 per night
No mere spa, the four floors of facilities at the Corinthia Hotel constitute a fully fledged wellness haven. We’re hard pressed to think of another place where you can get a massage, a haircut, an IV drip, a personal training session and a pedicure under one roof. Best of all is the all-black-marble Thermal Floor, an otherworldly space where you can pummel your muscles in the jets of a soothing vitality pool before stretching out on a heated lounger.
Hotel Café Royal
4.7/5 (373 Reviews)
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Now from $836 per night
You’d never guess you were underneath Piccadilly Circus in the hushed halls of Hotel Café Royal’s Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre. The ethereal subterranean space houses a gym, an 18m (60ft) lap pool, a sauna and a heavenly hydrotherapy pool. It’s all enhanced by soft lighting, lots of private enclaves and squishy spa beds to sink into with a juice, herbal tea or light bite from the wellness café.
M by Montcalm
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4.3/5 (978 Reviews)
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Now from $198 per night
It’s apt that the M by Montcalm is unabashedly modern, given its location in East London’s Tech City. Exhausted app developers need only step off the Shoreditch streets and descend into the hotel’s lulling, ocean-themed spa to feel their shoulders drop. The jacuzzi (always heated to a perfectly toasty temperature) sits next to a sleek lap pool. After an aromatherapy massage or algae-based body wrap, banish any leftover toxins in the steam room or sauna.
The Landmark London
4.5/5 (953 Reviews)
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Now from $359 per night
The towering palm trees and eye-popping proportions of the dramatic eight-story atrium make the Landmark London feel more suited to Miami than Marylebone. This resort-like grande dame is also home to an indoor pool and a cockle-warming, chlorine-free hot tub fitted with a swan-neck feature, specially designed to massage aching muscles. Take that supple feeling back upstairs for scones, clotted cream and strawberry jam at high tea.
St Pancras Renaissance Hotel
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4.4/5 (976 Reviews)
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Now from $305 per night
The Victorians did things on a grand scale, as the soaring Neo-Gothic spires of the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel attest. After a recent squillion-pound makeover, the interiors were restored to their former glory and the underground steam kitchens were reimagined as a Moroccan-inspired spa. Take a seat on one of the hydrotherapy loungers in the whirlpool to de-stress after your journey, whether you came from Paris, the countryside or just the Circle Line.
4.3/5 (531 Reviews)
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Now from $315 per night
As you walk up Piccadilly, you can’t miss the Athenaeum’s jungle-clad exterior – the vertical garden wall mirrors the very verdant Green Park just opposite. The hotel is smaller in scale than the rest of its hulking Park Lane counterparts, so the spa is petite. However, sparkling facilities more than make up for its diminutive size: there’s a big, bubbling hot tub that looks lifted from the Alps, a sauna, steam room and two treatment cabins.
Shangri-La Hotel at The Shard
4.7/5 (945 Reviews)
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Now from $646 per night
You can see all of London’s landmarks through the windows of the Shangri-La at the Shard – the Asian-inspired hotel occupies 18 floors of Renzo Piano’s glass-clad skyscraper in south London. For sky-high swimming, check into the magnificent Shangri-La suite and splash about in its whirlpool tub, that’s big enough for two, or survey the streets from 52 storeys high in the spa’s incredible infinity pool.
These recommendations were updated on November 16, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.