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Home to the most famous monarchy in the world, centuries of history and amazing fashion – London is one of the world’s greatest cities. With years of culture and history to be explored, there's no end to the surprises waiting for you. From Big Ben to Buckingham palace – whatever your adventure, choose from one of our many Hilton London hotels and get ready to explore all that London has to offer. With a portfolio of Hilton London properties spread across the capital, from budget to luxury and everything in between – there's a Hilton in London to cover all of your needs. See our insider guide to London

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Conrad London St. James

Conrad London's location connects guests to iconic London landmarks spanning Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey and provides easy access to the City

0.55 Mi

The Waldorf Hilton, London

An iconic hotel providing 21st century comforts against a backdrop of exquisitely restored splendor, in the heart of London’s theatre district.

0.55 Mi

Hilton London Green Park

This townhouse hotel is located in the heart of Mayfair. A few minutes' walk from Buckingham Palace and Hyde Park. Only twenty minutes to Canary Wharf.

0.79 Mi

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DoubleTree by Hilton London -Westminster

Stylish hotel with complimentary WiFi. Within walking distance to Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, The London Eye and the River Thames.

0.87 Mi

Hampton by Hilton London Waterloo

A perfect location for business and leisure including the London Eye. The hotel offers complimentary WIFI and hot breakfast

0.88 Mi

DoubleTree by Hilton London - West End

With stunning Edwardian facade, this hotel is minutes' walk to the British Museum, St. Paul's Cathedral, Covent Garden, Regent Street, Soho & Hyde Park

0.97 Mi

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London Hilton on Park Lane

Elegant hotel on Park Lane, Mayfair, with stunning views. Moments from Buckingham Palace, Knightsbridge and Bond Street. All rates include VAT.

1.03 Mi

Hilton London Bankside

London's Bankside hotel 3 mins to Tate Modern, London Bridge, Borough Market. 12 mins walk to St Pauls & City via Millennium Bridge.

1.08 Mi

DoubleTree by Hilton London - Victoria

Stylish hotel with complimentary WiFi, superbly located opposite Victoria Station. Within walking distance to Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park and Big Ben.

1.1 Mi

DoubleTree by Hilton London - Marble Arch

With its superb W1 location near Oxford Street, the Doubletree London Marble Arch places you close to all the commercial and cultural centers of London.

1.41 Mi

Hilton London Euston

Ideally located in the heart of London. Within walking distance to Kings Cross St Pancras, The British Museum and Covent Garden. All rates include VAT.

1.42 Mi

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Hilton London Tower Bridge

A stylish, vibrant centrally located hotel. Close to Tower Bridge, Tower of London, Tate Modern and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. All rates include VAT.

1.92 Mi

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DoubleTree by Hilton London - Islington

Stylish London hotel with complimentary WiFi and close to Angel Underground station, Kings Cross St Pancras, Arsenal FC and London's Westend.

1.93 Mi

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Hilton London Metropole

Located near Oxford Street shopping, parks with a pool and 6 bars/restaurants. A 2-minute walk from the Underground, 15-minute train link to Heathrow.

2.03 Mi

DoubleTree by Hilton London - Tower of London

Contemporary hotel near many of London's popular attractions. Rooftop Skylounge overlooks The Tower of London and the Thames. All rates include VAT.

2.14 Mi

Hilton London Paddington

This Art Deco hotel is centrally located with a direct connection to Heathrow Airport in 15 minutes. Walking distance to Hyde Park, close to West End.

2.2 Mi

Hilton London Angel Islington

This modern hotel is located in fashionable Islington, just a 5-minute walk from Angel tube station, and surrounded by trendy bars and restaurants.

2.25 Mi

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London - Kensington

Historic hotel situated in a leafy street in the heart of the prestigious Kensington area, just a short walk from Kensington Palace and Hyde Park.

2.41 Mi

Hilton London Hyde Park

Stunning views over Kensington Gardens. The Grade II listed Edwardian townhouse is located in central London, near Hyde Park & the Royal Albert Hall.

2.61 Mi

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DoubleTree by Hilton London - Hyde Park

Superbly located with easy access to central London, Hyde Park and upmarket Notting Hill, this hotel has all you need for a great visit to London.

2.76 Mi


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The Concierge's Guide to London

Wouldn't it be amazing to have the knowledge of those who live and breathe London in your back pocket?

Now you can.

We've asked our concierges to share their insider tips so you know what to see on a visit to England's capital.

They spend every day helping guests find the perfect sight, exhibit or show – and we've gathered their top recommendations for making the most of your time here. It's like having you own personal guide to the city.


Check out some of the classics

It can be tempting to avoid the crowds of London's most famous sights. But are there some our concierges recommend as unmissable highlights?

My must-sees in London are the Tower of London and Tower Bridge Nicola Ehlinger of Hilton Angel Islington tells us.

The Tower of London is the city's castle, royal palace and prison. Visitors can take tours by day to see the crown jewels or if they dare a tour by night! Step inside Tower Bridge and explore the amazing views, especially through the recently added glass floor.

For something more contemporary, John Kortenray of the Bankside Hilton recommends the hustle and bustle of the famous Borough Market, one of London's trendiest attractions for foodies: The buzz of this market encapsulates the history and thriving food scene which London has to offer. It's one of the oldest food markets in London and you can enjoy everything from home-made sausages to locally brewed cider.

And if retail is your thing, there's one place that's a highlight for shoppers and tourists alike Harrods! suggests Aimee Sieczko of the Hilton on Park Lane.

Tower Bridge
Tower Bridge

Taking in some culture

Of course, for many a trip away is the perfect opportunity to take in the cultural highlights of a new city. London is famous for its many galleries, museums and theatres.

So, what would our concierges pick out at as the very best?

The Southbank Centre is always a winner. Something for everyone! recommends Sieczko.

Meanwhile, Robin Gordon of Hilton Canary Wharf highlights The National GalleryIt houses the national collection of paintings in the Western European tradition from the 13th to the 19th centuries. It is on show 361 days a year, free of charge.

Several of our concierges pick out one world-famous venue, the Tate Modern. I always recommend the museums which have a history such as Tate Modern which is found in the former Bankside Power Station revealed John White of the Conrad London St James hotel.

Many of our guests visit the Tate as it appeals to everyone from families to young couples adds Kortenray. It always has a huge variety of exhibitions to choose from, exploring many different aspects of art.

Meanwhile, Ehlinger picks out a couple of lesser-known names: The City of London Museum next to the Barbican holds great secrets about the City within the City. I visit the Saatchi Gallery on Kings Road occasionally, and I am wowed by the quirkiness of this gallery every time.

National Gallery
National Gallery

Getting that perfect photo

Next we asked our concierges where we can find the most Instagram-able view in London – a stunning sight to make those back home jealous.

Nothing beats the heights of Britain's tallest building – The Shard. recommends Kortenray, sharing a view guaranteed to impress. The viewing platform gives panoramic views of our great city and gives people the opportunity to spot everything from Battersea Power Station to the London Eye.

A venue that combines height with the chance to relax was picked out by several concierges: The most Instagram-able view of London I think would be Sky Garden at 20 Fenchurch Street. A unique space that boasts two destination bars and two beautiful restaurants, it spans three stories and offers stunning 360-degree views suggests Gordon.

Check out the free Walkie Talkie and head up for an hour of great views over the Thames and the south side of the Thames agrees Ehlinger. Or anywhere along the Southbank close to the bridge gives great panoramic photographs of the City.

But it's not all about height.

A trip to one of London's many parks might reveal that perfect photo. One of the best spots is the bridge in St James's Park with a view of the beautiful skyline including the London Eye on one side and Buckingham Palace on the other proposes White.

It has to be the top of the hill in Greenwich Park, where you can spot some of London's most famous buildings, including The Shard and Gherkin adds Sieczko. I'd also suggest a picnic!

Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace

Exploring something new

To get a real flavour of a city, many visitors yearn to see something little more off-the-beaten path. In a city the size of London, there's always something new to discover. And who better to let us know where to see the real London than our concierges?

Gordon suggests one of London's lesser known, but handily central districts: Little Venice, with its beautiful canals and waterways, can be found just to the north of Paddington. Positioned where the Grand Union and Regent's canals meet, this picturesque neighbourhood is home to quirky waterside cafes, cosy pubs and charming restaurants.

From canal boat rides to puppet shows, there are plenty of things to do in this charming London area.

Kortenray highlights a hidden gem full of cultural and culinary charms.

London visitors know all about Downing Street and Tower Bridge but very few have heard of the quirky Flat Iron Square in Bankside. Tucked in under the railway arches and the Grade II listed building Devonshire House, the space offers a cultural journey through food, music, entertainment and shops for trinkets and vintage clothes.

Meanwhile, Sieczko has a suggestion for those looking for some nature. Laden with all kinds of prettiness and botanical gems, Chelsea Physic Gardens is a wonderful place to visit – and for all age groups.

I would recommend Richmond Park, especially because visitors can see the deers adds White.

And Ehlinger have us a perfect suggestion seeing different parts of the city: All the London markets are truly spectacular. For antiques head to Portobello Road and Columbia Road Flower Market is great for the green fingered with some beautiful flowers and fresh plants.

Portobello Antiques
Portobello Antiques

A night out to remember

London's nightlife is legendary and home to some of the most famous venues in the world.

So, after a fantastic day checking the sights, where do our concierges suggest for some outstanding entertainment?

We love to recommend Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club in Soho says Konstantinos Angelopoulos of the Hilton London Metropole.

London's live music venues are always good agrees White. as well as Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club, which made its name as the first club to host American jazz musicians in the UK, the Piãno Kensington on Kensington High Street has live jazz 5 nights a week.

And that's not all. Head to the Roundhouse in Camden for some live music suggests Ehlinger. And for musical theatre, the latest five star show in the city is Hamilton. A must see.

Speaking of the big theatre shows, Gordon has a money-saving tip: Half price tickets can be found in Leicester Square at the TKTS ticket booth.

For a cultural evening, Kortenray suggests checking out Bankside: The area offers a cultural feast – after enjoying dinner at one of the many tucked away restaurants, visitors can explore the small, independent theatre companies which the area boasts, all within walking distance of each-other.

It's not just shows though, Gordon adds: Covent Garden is also in the West End - London's main theatre and entertainment area. Tourists fill its elegant, car-free piazza, home to fashion stores, crafts at the Apple Market and the Royal Opera House. Street entertainers perform by 17th-century St. Paul's Church, and the London Transport Museum houses some gorgeous vintage vehicles.

Convent Garden
Convent Garden

Some bonus tips!

So finally, what extra tips can our concierges give us on how to see the best of the city? Surprisingly enough, the Tube isn't their preferred way to get around.

I always suggest taking the bus instead. That way, you get to know how London fits together recommends Sieczko.

Avoid the queues in the Underground during peak hours agrees Ehlinger. The new Routemaster buses use biofuel so are green as well as only £1.50 per journey.

Top Tip – jump on the top deck and where possible, grab the front row for best views and people watching.