You won’t be greeted with disapproving glares if someone accidentally spills a drink or gets fingerprints on a polished surface at this stylish suite hotel. The concierge is on hand to help out with securing tickets to a show or arranging transportation. Little guests are greeted with welcome gifts and themed bedding in their interconnected rooms so they feel right at home. There are also family-friendly hours at the seventh-floor swimming pool and a doctor and childminding service available.
Clean, modern and colourful, this Scandi brand brings its chic minimalism to London’s Whitechapel. Priding themselves on their eco-friendly credentials, the name ‘Qbic’ stems from the rooms’ cube-like design. The bold colours, novelty lighting and Pop-art style give it a familial atmosphere and kids will love the spaceship-like sliding doors that lead to the bathrooms. With fast Wi-Fi, hot showers and marshmallow-like beds, it offers a comfortable place to recharge without costing a fortune.
Though it’s a four-star boutique hotel in Kensington, The Nadler has managed to keep costs down by eliminating ‘unnecessary extras’, making it an affordable option for families. Larger rooms feature kitchenettes although you can always order breakfast from Gail’s Bakery next door! There’s free Wi-Fi and a subscription to Love Film with access to hundreds of kid-friendly movies.
Well located in the heart of London with well appointed rooms and an affordable all-you-can-eat breakfast, Point A King’s Cross is perfect for families exploring London together. The modern, minimalist rooms feature mood lighting (ideal for bedtime), power showers and high-quality mattresses, even if you have to share!
The Ampersand Hotel is in the centre of London’s museum district with both the Natural History and Science Museum nearby. The bright design gives this boutique hotel a homely atmosphere and the downstairs games room, well equipped with toys, books and pool table, will keep the kids entertained during downtime.
With baby monitors, cots, colouring books and child-size bathrobes on hand, The Zetter Hotely is your home away from home. Just a short walk away from Exmouth market and Shoreditch High Street, there’s plenty to explore nearby. Down in the restaurant the little ones get their own menus to enjoy, with delights such as egg and soldiers for breakfast or macaroni cheese for dinner.
Though you’ll have to fork out for luxury, the kids’ concierge is totally worth it. Planning your perfect family holiday will be easy with age-appropriate recommendations any time you need them. Traditional-yet-comfortable, and with child-friendly menus, the St. James’ Hotel is perfect for a five-star family holiday.
Nestled between Holland Park and Kensington Gardens, the Royal Garden Hotel is perfect for exploring some of London’s famous royal parks. What’s more, with micro-scooters available to all guests, getting around will be fun! Families are guaranteed connecting rooms and cots can be provided. There’s an early dining option in the restaurant and high chairs available for little ones.