Finding accommodation is always one of the dramas we face when planning a getaway to London. Too much supply, and not just economic, makes it difficult to know where to start. So let’s start with fashion which is always a good idea. We have searched for the most hotels in London those designed by the great icons of fashion the favorites of those who attend fashion weeks the most stylish, in short.

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Claridge’s never goes out of style, perhaps precisely because it has resorted much to the world of fashion to renew itself. The Grand Piano Suite for example favorite place to stay surely, because she designed it herself along with a few others from the hotel.

Christian Louboutin, Carolina Herrera and Michael Kors choose him to stay when they travel to fashion weeks. Paul Smith has a store inside the hotel. Moreover, their Christmas trees have already become works of art, with designers selected to decorate them: they have done Dolce & Gabbana or John Galliano. Do we need more reasons to consider him an icon of London fashion?

Bulgari has been leaving its seal in the most important cities of the world through its boutique hotels. The luxury that accompanies the brand joins in the case of London a commitment to calm, amidst the hustle and bustle of the city. Those who have tried their underground spa define it as idyllic and like the rest of the hotel, are characterized by a very careful contemporary architecture and a unique design.

Sabyasachi Mukherjee may be a name that does not sound to us, but it is one of the best known fashion designers in India. In recent years, he has landed in London, where he has caused a sensation. One of his great works is the personalization of the Suite Cinema of the hotel Taj 51 Buckingham Gate, located a step away from St James’s Park and full of references to India. There is talk of the Taj 51 as the fashionable hotel for 2017 in the British capital.

The Sanderson

In the heart of the West End, the Sanderson carries the stamp of quality and design that gives the name of Philippe Stack. The magic of the Sanderson is in the details: semi-transparent curtains that replace the doors, carpets with handwritten messages or the impressive lip shaped sofa that welcomes guests in the lobby. All this makes this hotel one of the favorites of press and guests in the LFW.

 

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Finding accommodation is always one of the dramas we face when planning a getaway to London. Too much supply, and not just economic, makes it difficult to know where to start. So let's start with fashion which is always a good idea. We have searched for the most hotels...