Top 5 Business Hotels in London

Top 5 Business Hotels in London

So your employees are planning a business trip to London, baby, yeah! (Protip: never say what I just said to your employees – or anyone, for that matter – if you’re not in the mood to get an eye-roll as a response. I just couldn’t resist.) There are so many great choices of business hotels for your travelers to stay in, and we’ve narrowed them down to our top 5, just for you.

Radisson Blu Edwardian, Mercer Street

Right in the midst of famous London theaters and in the heart of Covent Garden, this Edwardian hotel is a favorite among business travelers. After a long day of meetings, your employees can throw off their suits and throw on their tuxes (do people still go to operas in tuxedos?), for a classy night at the opera, at the nearby Royal Opera House. If they’re feeling especially fancy, they can even enjoy a luxurious spa treatment right from the comfort of their hotel room (because heaven forbid they should be forced to take a taxing elevator ride down to a spa!).

Guests of the Radisson Blu are particularly pleased with the competent, friendly staff, the central location, and the boutique feel of the hotel. Although the rooms are not exceptionally lavish, they’re modern, clean and comfortable.

The Montcalm Royal London House

This one’s an excellent choice for business people who like to party. Situated in Finsbury Square and right near beautiful Finsbury Park, travelers who stick around for the weekend can dance the night away at a warehouse party. Young employees (or not-so-young employees who are young at heart) will feel at home in the area, which is full of students and drunken soccer (I mean football) fans.

The Montcalm Royal, formerly the Royal Mail headquarters, has a striking style: a combination of mid-century and contemporary design. Guests are fans of the quiet rooms, excellent beds, and pleasant showers.

H10 London Waterloo

South Bank’s H10 is optimal for first-time travelers to London. Right near Big Ben, the London Eye, and the Tate Modern, this hotel is the place to stay for those who want to fit some must-see London sights in between business meetings. Visitors can relish in the vibrant London culture, take a walk along the Thames, and admire the stunning skyline from the hotel bar.

The hotel features bright rooms and unique architecture with asymmetrical shapes and a touch of elegance. H10 guests can’t seem to get enough of the wide, delicious selection at the breakfast buffet, or the complimentary chocolates and cakes that await them in their rooms.

Dorsett City London

This chic Asian-inspired 4-star hotel is located in London’s financial district, not far from lively Shoreditch, where your employees can stroll through boutiques, art galleries, and markets during their free time. The Tower of London and Tower Bridge are right nearby as well.

Dorsett City guests can work out whenever they please at the hotel’s 24-hour gym, and pamper themselves afterward with a refreshing rain shower. Review after review mentions the excellent amenities, including shaving kits, complimentary water bottles, and toothbrushes. Guest also appreciate the closet space and marble and gold-plated bathrooms, fit for Marie Antoinette.

The Marylebone Hotel

Posh (or posh wannabe) travelers should go for the stylish Marylebone Hotel, situated in Marylebone (surprise!), one of London’s trendiest neighborhoods. They can shop till they drop (as long as they get up for work, that is) in the fashionable area, and wine and dine themselves to their hearts’ desire in first-class restaurants.

Marylebone guests love getting spoiled by the wonderful staff, especially the team who takes care of the meeting rooms. They enjoy socializing in the lobby, drinking at the refined cocktail bar, and jumping into their cozy beds after a long day.


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