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The Milestone Hotel: $US580 per night

These are some seriously fancy (and ridiculously pricey) London hotels

Here are the twenty most expensive in the city.

LONDON IS THE most expensive city in the world, so it’s no surprise that its hotels are also pricey.

At the prices that some of them will go for, you expect them to throw in a few mod-cons and soft furnishings. have put together an this list of the 20 most expensive hotels in London, based on base-level room rates.

These hotels may cost a lot, but hey, don’t we all deserve marble bathrooms, scheduled tea times, and butler service once in a while?

(Yes. We do.)

These are some seriously fancy (and ridiculously pricey) London hotels
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  • 20. The Wellesley London: €368 per night

  • 19. Cafe Royal Hotel: €369 per night

  • 18. The Berkeley: €373 per night

  • 17. Jumeirah Carlton Tower: €383 per night

  • 16: The Halkin by COMO: €386 per night

  • 15. The Ritz London: €394 per night

  • 14. The Athenaeum: €405 per night

  • 13. Chand Apartments: €408 per night

  • 12. The Goring: €409 per night

  • 11. The Milestone Hotel: €425

  • 10. The Connaught: €435 per night

  • 9. Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park: €443 per night

  • 8. 47 Park Street- Grand Residences by Marriott: €444

  • 7. Rocco Forte Brown's Hotel: €451

  • 6. Claridge's: €466

  • 5. The Lanesborough, a St. Regis Hotel: €494

  • 4. Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane: €528

  • 3. 51 Buckingham Gate, Taj Suites and Residences: €536

  • 2. The Savoy, A Fairmont Managed Hotel: €553

  • 1. Bulgari Hotel & Residences London: €634

- Alyson Penn

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