The London Hotels

Before 19th century, many businessmen used to live in very coaching inns, gentlemen’s club, lodging houses and private accommodation. In the early 19th century, few of the hotels began to build, starting from Mivart’s in 1812. As the railway network started, short-term visitors were seen, and railway hotels were built. These hotels were popularly known as the status symbols near railway stations.

By 2000, the estimated numbers of hotel rooms were nearly 101,269. In 2003, within ten kilometers of Central London, more than 70,000 five to three star hotel rooms were found. In Mayfair, the main focus was provided with luxurious hotels. The largest hotel has 494 rooms and compared to international standards, it is less than average.
Many of the hotels were built traditionally such as the Savoy, Ritz, and the Dorchester. Modern boutique designer hotels were being established such as Saint Martin’s Lane Hotel. Four Seasons London and the Hotel of London Hilton on Park Lane were also built.

London is the most whimsical area for families to get a time out from your busy routine. Many activities are offered to families and children of all ages. A visit to Buckingham palace, London Eye, Hyde Park and London Zoo is a must for families. Harry Potter Tours are also offered to the fans.

Many of the world famous shows takes place at the West End that is appealing and awe-inspiring in terms of theatre productions. The lavishly and opulently decorated rooms of each hotels feature comfortable bedding with hypoallergenic atmosphere. Gyms and swimming pools are also offered in many hotels to give a relaxing time to the guests. Babysitting services are also provided in many hotels for the couples who want to spend some time alone. They are free to have the experience of their lives in night clubs and bars. The best wines and cocktails are offered in almost all bars. Many of the hotels also offer summer deals at the peak time, when many families are free. 
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