Georgian House Hotel
From the outside, this may look like a typical Georgian townhouse, but take a trip downstairs and you will find yourself transported into a wizarding wonderland. The Wizard Chambers takes its inspiration from the Harry Potter books and even offers arranged trips to the Harry Potter Warner Bros Studio Tour in Watford.
If magic isn’t your thing, don’t worry, this family run boutique hotel offers more traditional accommodation on the upper floors. Situated in Pimlico, this is a great option for those wanting to explore London’s most affluent postcodes.
Price: Starting from £159
Church Street Hotel
Enjoy a slice of Havana in London’s south east. Church Street Hotel is in keeping with the local art scene and vibrant nightlife, and offers guests the chance to enjoy a Spanish colonial design.
Admire hand painted Mexican tiles, iron work beds, colour washed mineral glazes, and traditional hand crafted artistry.
This is one for those wanting to explore more local areas of London. However, with great connections such as trains and buses, central London is just a stone’s throw away.
Price: Starting from £75
The Portobello Hotel
Once well known for Johnny Depp and ate Moss famously taking a champagne bath together in, the Portobello Hotel is a quirky residence in the trendy neighbourhood of Notting Hill.
Founded in 1971 the Portobello was created from two neo-classical mansions that have been renovated to make one of London’s best boutique hotels. Each of the 21 guestrooms has been individually designed so no two rooms are the same. Whilst the rooms may be a little different to your standard hotel, the Portobello still offers up to date amenities and not to mention the delicious breakfasts.
Price: Starting from £249
The Pavilion Rock and Roll Hotel
London boasts a fascinating history when it comes to Rock and Roll music. Being home to the first ever Hard Rock Cafe and boasting an array of British Rock bands, London found its place on the music map.
The Pavilion features 30 bedrooms and is situated in central London, all rooms are themed to project a ‘funky and glamorous image’. Created by a brother and sister team, this hotel is great for music lovers from all over the world. However, if you are looking for something swanky, this might not be the place. This is somewhere people stay for the experience, definitely not the luxury.
Price: Starting from £110
A beautifully restored Victorian Terrace, the Ampersand hotel in South Kensington has been elegantly designed and runs just how a boutique hotel should.
Who remembers Princess and the Pea? Well if you want to sleep like a princess, this is your chance. In Summer 2017, the hotel is offering the chance for guests to win prizes, and will even slip a little surprise under your pillow if you are lucky. With the chance to win afternoon tea for two, or a fancy cocktail, or if you are really lucky, you might get the chance to win another overnight stay.
Always on the ball and offering something quirky to its guests, the Ampersand really is a place to be excited by and all rooms are inspired by local attractions such as the Science Museum and even the Royal Albert Hall.
Price: Starting from £192