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Piccadilly Hotels

One of central London‘s most bustling tourist areas, Piccadilly can be both garish and elegant.

Towards the northern end, crowded and neon-studded Piccadilly Circus is the center of the West End theatre district and leads to several of the London’s most popular shopping streets. Bordered by St James’s Park to the southeast, Mayfair to the west and Green Park to the southwest.


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The Cavendish London
81 Jermyn Street, St James, London SW1Y 6JF
This is a popular business hotel that offers affordable luxury in a great neighborhood. The on-site restaurant here serves modern British cuisine, entirely sourced in the UK. The bar offers traditional cocktails, and the cozy, stylish lounge serves afternoon tea, champagne and more. Rooms, which range from simple doubles to a penthouse, include access to a nearby LA Fitness gym.

Thistle Piccadilly
Coventry Street, London, W1D 6BZ
With an exterior that’s looming, ornate and utterly British, the interior is a revamped Victorian beauty. The 92 simple, streamlined rooms (ranging from singles to double suites) offer lots of light. The on-site restaurant serves only breakfast (and an authentic British one, at that), not included with the room price; the small bar serves Modern European/British snacks, drinks and cocktails throughout the day.

Le Meridien Piccadilly
21 Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BH
Features a simple and elegant color palette of reds, whites and greys, as well as an extensive health club and spa with jacuzzi, sauna and indoor pool. Club Rooms come with access to a private lounge that offers wi-fi, breakfast, evening drinks and more.

Best Western Premier Shaftesbury Piccadilly Hotel
65-73 Shaftesbury Avenue, Piccadilly, London, W1D 6EX
Despite a looming Victorian exterior, the 67 guest rooms offer cozy beds, softly-glowing reading lights, fresh flowers and free (if sometimes glitchy) wi-fi. Has an on-site gym and Arabic-themed bar that offers drinks and snacks throughout the day.

The Ritz
150 Piccadilly, London W1J 9BR
One of the most opulent hotels in London, the doubles and suites contain as much chintz, damask and gilt furniture as some of the country’s royal palaces. The Ritz features a grand afternoon tea, a sumptuous Art Deco bar and an elegant British restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. They also offer a beauty salon and a chauffered Rolls Royce…in case you have plans.


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