5 Luxury Themed Hotels in London

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Themed hotels don’t have to be tacky, which the following hotels have proved and then some. In fact, they often have the ability to transport guests to another world, whilst ensuring they enjoy an experience that stands out in their minds.

41 Hotel

Now this is one themed hotel you will want to stay in. With exquisite furnishings, a stylish décor and luxurious Savoir beds, you’ll wonder why you have stayed in other hotels. Each room has a beautiful black and white theme that’s complemented by plush furnishings and stunning decorative accessories.

The Rubens at the Palace

The Rubens at the Palace has eight themed rooms to commemorate a different monarch, which is only fitting for the capital city. Coined the royal rooms, you can stay in rooms dedicated to Queen Elizabeth I, Queen Victoria and many more. However, if a themed room doesn’t take your fancy, you can always book a stay in one of their luxury rooms.

Dorset Square Hotel

It’s not every day you step inside a cricket-themed room, but you can do just that at Dorset Square Hotel. The regency townhouse is located just two miles from Marylebone Station and offers 38 beautiful rooms that overlook the leafy square. With contrasting furnishings and beautiful furnishings, you will fall in love with the impeccable interior inspired by the historic sport.

Church Street Hotel

Mexico comes to London in the form of the Church Street Hotel. The Spanish Americana oasis has absorbed the effervescent nightlife and local art scene – all in one room. With painted Mexican tiles in the rooms, you will adore this quirky room, which is handy for central London attraction but with close proximity of Brixton, Camberwell and Peckham.
Did we mention the Church Street Hotel also make their own hot sauce? The hot sauce recipe comes from the ancestry line of Jose Senior, who comes from a small farming community known as Galicia, north of Spain.

Rough Luxe Hotel

The Rough Luxe Hotel offers a wonderful amalgamation of rustic and luxury, which is the theme throughout the day. The Grade II listed hotel has been designed to show an appreciation of the old and new, offering a unique hotel experience that’s hard to rival. It’s weirdly wonderful.

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