GLH, GREAT LONDON HOSPITALITY

glh hotel brands range from great value through to luxury 5 star. Fast free Wi-Fi is standard and excellent service a given. All located in London Zone 1 and at Heathrow T5, they’ve got London covered.

HARD ROCK HOTEL LONDON

Stylish bedrooms and suites, two vibrant bars and a lively Hard Rock Cafe. Sleek, spacious and brand new, rooms are fit for rockstars with Nespresso machines, 42-inch flat screen LCD TV and handcrafted Hypnos bed.

AMBA HOTELS

Located at Charing Cross and Marble Arch with the new Amba Hotel Grosvenor now open at London Victoria. Amba aims to exceed guest expectations, with luxury inclusions as standard from smart TVs to Nespresso® machines and complimentary soft drink mini-bars.

GUOMAN HOTELS

Iconic luxury hotels situated in London’s finest locations. For breathtaking views opt for The Tower Hotel overlooking Tower Bridge and the River Thames. For a unique historical venue chose The Royal Horseguards Hotel. Here you’ll find gorgeous high ceilings, glittering chandeliers and spectacular views over the River Thames and London Eye.

THISTLE HOTELS

Trust Thistle for a comfortable stay giving you everything you need to get the most out of your stay – big breakfasts and top quality beds.

THE CLERMONT

A refreshing return to what every hotel stay should be; flawless comfort, thoughtfully delivered. The Clermont delivers exceptional hospitality and service, with a warm and distinctly human touch, every time.

The Clermont offers two outstanding upper upscale hotels in the heart of London.

The Clermont Charing Cross, this Grade II listed building combines ornate period charm with all the modern comforts you’d expect. Situated on the Strand at Charing Cross Station, we’re just a few steps from the most central point in London.

The Clermont Victoria is one of the country’s most impressive railway hotels. Grade II listed; we’ve worked closely with experts from English Heritage to preserve its unique architectural features.  With direct access to Victoria Station from the concourse, the Circle, District and Victoria lines are but moments away. 

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