The Best Hotels to Book near Bond Street, London

The Chesterfield offers a sense of old world luxury close to Bond Street's boutiques
The Chesterfield offers a sense of old world luxury close to Bond Street's boutiques | Courtesy of The Chesterfield / Expedia.com
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Contributor31 August 2021

Maybe you’ve come to stroll the great London green spaces: sprawling Hyde Park to the west, landscaped Regent’s Park to the north. Perhaps you want the museums, or the world-class restaurants. In all probability though, you’ve come to Bond Street to shop. Rest your head at one of the best hotels in the area, all bookable with Culture Trip.

Fitzrovia Belle

Pubs with Rooms
4.2/5 (127 Reviews)
Fitzrovia Belle
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Price Drop
Now from $194 per night

In this neck of the woods, hotels don’t tend to be easy on the wallet – but the Fitzrovia Belle is a welcome exception. North of Oxford Street in pretty Fitzrovia, this pub-with-rooms radiates the spirit of proper London: Sunday roasts, freshly poured pints and a lovely polished bar. Rooms are simple, but have everything you need, especially since you probably won’t be spending loads of time in them. There’s simply too much to experience, whether it’s the next-door Grant Museum of Zoology or pizzas from Franco Manca across the road.

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The Connaught Hotel

Spa Hotel
4.8/5 (190 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $684 per night

If you’re after the pinnacle of London luxury, look no further: there are so many reasons to love this Mayfair hotel on fashionable Mount Street: the impeccable service, the indulgent Aman spa, the opulent classic bedrooms in pearly hues. For us, the main appeal of this luxury stalwart lies in the food and drink; the three-Michelin-starred Hélène Darroze restaurant, yes, but also the moody Connaught Bar. Here, world-class martinis are delivered to your table on a dedicated trolley, rolled out theatrically by smartly attired bartenders.

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The Zetter Townhouse

Boutique Hotel, Hotel
4.7/5 (81 Reviews)
The Zetter Townhouse
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Now from $270 per night

Book into the Zetter Townhouse and you’ll feel like you’ve been whisked away to 19th-century London – in a good way. Candlesticks illuminate corners in the bar and restaurant, cluttered with old books, antiques and satin pillows. Bedrooms are the business with retro heavy drapery. The best thing about this place? It all brims with personality and the old-world charm is boosted by all the essential mod-cons. Got loads of cash to burn? You can hire the whole place – and that means really making yourself at home.

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Flemings Mayfair Hotel

Boutique Hotel
4.3/5 (976 Reviews)
Flemings Mayfair Hotel
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Price Drop
Now from $409 per night

Fan of the great outdoors? Flemings is pretty much as close as it gets in London. You’re only steps from Green Park and St James’s Park, so you can start mornings by jogging past the swans on the lake, or end afternoons sunning yourself on the lawns. In between you can enjoy the delights of this luxe boutiquey hotel. Perhaps stay in one of its glossy suites, beautified with big windows. Descend for punchy cocktails at Manetta’s Bar. And factor in time at the Pietro Simone Skincare Clinic, a prime pick for facials.

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The Athenaeum Hotel

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4.3/5 (531 Reviews)
The Athenaeum Hotel
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Now from $317 per night

This glamorous pile is sandwiched between restaurants and embassies on Piccadilly. And it can lay claim to one of the finest afternoon teas in the city. Clear your afternoon schedule and book in for a feast: Burford Brown egg sandwiches, fluffy scones – smothered in clotted cream, naturally – and decadent raspberry and pistachio mousse. Then, flop out in your classic-glam bedroom, with button-back headboards, mid-century-modern furniture and floor-to-ceiling windows. Still hungry? Ask staff to pack up a picnic for you to devour in Green Park.

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  • Sanctum Soho

    Hotel
    4.1/5 (960 Reviews)
    Sanctum Soho
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    Price Drop
    Now from $213 per night
    Fancy a stylish stay with a rock-and-roll edge? Look no further than boutiquey Sanctum Soho, where rooms really cut the mustard and the roof terrace fizzes with a hot tub and private residents’ and members’ bar. Here in the heart of Soho, you’ve got endless restaurants to choose from on your doorstep, including glam Bob Bob Ricard or Thai-style Kiln. But if you don’t fancy heading out, the Wild Heart Bar & Shokudo serves up delicious Japanese dishes made with locally sourced ingredients – add sake and chill.
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    The Chesterfield

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    4.7/5 (821 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $251 per night
    In London specifically for swanky shopping? The Chesterfield makes a great base. Right in the core of Mayfair, you’re minutes from Mount Street, lined with the likes of Christian Louboutin and Goyard. The hotel brims with British style – check dining options – restaurant menu highlights include Cotswolds chicken, Dorset lamb and Dover sole. Later, sip a nightcap as jazz plays at the Terrace Bar, then bed down in a room oozing old-world London character.
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    The Mandeville

    Boutique Hotel
    4.3/5 (980 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $219 per night

    There’s nothing quite like waking up in the centre of London, experiencing it all when it’s still quiet – and the Mandeville, just north of Bond Street tube, is the place for it. Its Terrace Suite, set over two floors, even has its own private terrace overlooking London’s rooftops, so you can munch on breakfast alfresco while watching the streets come to life. The restaurant, meanwhile, serves up dishes cooked on a Josper grill: whole sea bream or halloumi burgers, all washed down with sparkling English wine.

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    For more places to stay around London’s main attractions, see the best hotels near Piccadilly Circus, or lay your head within walking distance to Harrods, now bookable via Culture Trip. Why not spend your day taking a historical tour of London, or outside in one of the city’s green spaces, then sip the night away whilst looking at the skyline in these rooftop bars.

    These recommendations were updated on August 31, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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