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    London's hotel scene is hot, hot, hot. Here are 15 of the best new London hotels to choose from for your next trip.

    London's 15 Best New Hotels

    The most colorful spot in London - Neal's Yard, Covent Garden. #fodorsonthego

    @fodorstravel on Instagram: “@onmydayoff_ in the most colorful spot in #London - Neal's Yard, Covent Garden. #fodorsonthego #coventgarden”

    Claridge's Bar in London is an elegant Mayfair meeting place remains unpretentious even when it brims with beautiful people.

    Claridges's Bar

    Claridge's Bar London Review

    Nowhere else does London's history come to life so vividly as it does in this minicity of 20 towers filled with heraldry and treasure, the intimate details of lords and dukes and princes and sovereigns etched in the walls (literally, in some places), and quite a few pints of royal blood spilled on the stones. Don't forget a visit to the Tower of London.

    Tower of London

    Tower of London London Review

    A monument to the nation's rich—and often bloody—history, Westminster is one of London's most iconic sites.

    Westminster Abbey

    Buckingham Palace London Review

    When the Queen heads off to Scotland on her annual summer holiday, Buckingham Palace's 19 State Rooms open up to visitors.

    Buckingham Palace

    Buckingham Palace London Review

    St. Paul's Cathedral in London is simply breathtaking, especially now that the scaffolding has been removed, after 15 years of major restoration work.

    St Paul's Cathedral

    St. Paul's Cathedral London Review

    This spectacular theater is a replica of Shakespeare's open-roof, wood-and-thatch Globe Playhouse in London (built in 1599 and burned down in 1613), where most of the Bard's greatest works premiered.

    The globe theater

    Shakespeare's Globe Theatre London Review

    The Stafford London by Kempinski is a rare find: a posh hotel that's equal parts elegance and friendliness, and it's in one of the few peaceful spots in the area, down a small lane behind Piccadilly.

    The Stafford London Hotel

    The Stafford London by Kempinski London Hotel Review

    A step from Blackfriars Tube station in London, this spectacular pub has an Arts and Crafts interior that is entertainingly, satirically ecclesiastical, with inlaid mother-of-pearl, wood carvings, stained glass, and marble pillars all over the place.

    The Blackfriar

    The Blackfriar London Review

    Tate Modern is a spectacular renovation of a mid-20th-century power station and one of the most-visited museums of modern art in the world.

    Tate Modern

    Tate Modern London Review

    The beloved seat of Henry VIII's court, sprawled elegantly beside the languid waters of the Thames, Hampton Court Palace really gives you two for the price of one: the magnificent Tudor red-brick mansion, begun in 1514 by Cardinal Wolsey to curry favor with the young Henry, and the larger 17th-century baroque building, which was partly designed by Christopher Wren (of St. Paul's fame).

    Hampton Court Palace

    Hampton Court Palace London Review

    Standing proudly on the north side of Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery in London is truly one of the world's supreme art collections, with more than 2,300 masterpieces on show.

    National Gallery

    National Gallery London Review

    With 37 beers on tap and 300 more in bottles, the main problem at the Craft Beer Company in London is knowing where to start.

    The Craft Beer Co.

    Craft Beer Company London Review

    With a facade like a great temple, the British Museum in London is filled with plunder of incalculable value and beauty from around the globe, occupying an immense, imposing, neo-classical building in the heart of Bloomsbury.

    British Museum

    British Museum London Review

    An absolutely unique and beautiful 1725 town house, the Rookery Hotel in London is the kind of place where you want to allow quality time to enjoy and soak up the atmosphere.

    The Rookery Hotel

    The Rookery London Hotels Review

    Since McQueen's untimely death in 2010, his right-hand woman Sarah Burton has been at the helm, receiving raves for continuing his tradition of theatrical, darkly romantic, and beautifully cut clothes. Can't afford a gala gown? Go home with a skull-printed scarf.

    Alexander McQueen

    Alexander McQueen London Shopping Review

    It's a triumph of taste over technology at wunderkind Ollie Dabbous's extraordinary game-changer off Charlotte Street in London.


    Dabbous London Restaurant Review

    While in London, bliss out over Tom Aikens' marinated hand-dived scallops with apple vinegar, his new-found vegetable numbers and his mains.

    Tom Aikens

    London Travel Guide - Expert Picks for your London Vacation

    If whiskey is more to your taste than wine, you may want to visit the Vintage House, which has England's largest selection of single malts

    The Vintage House

    The Vintage House London Shopping Review

    Magnificent hats by Treacy are annual showstoppers on Ladies Day at the Royal Ascot races and regularly grace the glossy magazines' society pages. Be sure to stop here when you're in London.

    Philip Treacy

    Philip Treacy London Shopping Review

    Although F&M in London is popularly known as the Queen's grocer and the impeccably mannered staff wear traditional tailcoats, its celebrated food hall stocks gifts for all budgets.

    Fortnum & Mason

    Fortnum & Mason London Shopping Review

    The ME London hotel is a shiny, new luxury spot that has brought a touch of modern cool to the Strand. #Fodors100

    ME London

    ME London London Hotels Review