This article outlines the hotels in London which offer club or executive lounges to guests. By reviewing each of these club lounges in turn, I hope to conclude which hotel club lounge comes in at the top and which hotels I would select as having the best club lounges that London has to offer.
Club Lounge Access For Free
Book a standard room at the Intercontinental in London, which is one of our partner hotels, via our luxury travel concierge (rates tend to range from £200 GBP to £500 GBP depending on the day and the season) and you will get a guaranteed room upgrade and Club Lounge access absolutely free. This has got to be one of the best hotel deals in London!
The Club Lounge at the Intercontinental Park Lane is our favorite Club Lounge overall as outlined below, so getting it for free makes this Intercontinental our top hotel choice in London.
Why Choose A London Hotel With A Club Lounge?
When deciding which hotel to choose for your stay in a city like London, it is sensible to consider the added extras provided by a hotel club lounge. Offerings usually include complimentary drinks and snacks throughout the day, breakfast in the morning, and evening cocktails with canapés. Often the evening food and drink offering is more than enough to replace the need to go out for the evening.
Club or Executive hotel lounges provide an interesting environment to work and relax in. Some lounges also provide dedicated meeting rooms, although I find holding meetings in the main lounge more friendly. When I travel on my own for business, I don’t like to sit in restaurants on my own. Room service is also a lonely affair so a club lounge provides the ideal environment to enjoy good food and atmosphere whilst being completely comfortable that you are sitting on a table for one.
Which Hotels Have The Best Executive Or Club Lounges In London?
I have compiled a list below containing the club lounges available across luxury hotels in London. I list the ones I consider to be the best at the top. Over the next 12 months, I will be reviewing and re-reviewing each of these London hotel club lounges in turn, with marks out of 10. As I review each lounge, the order below will undoubtedly change.
The last time I was in the Intercontinental Park Lane club lounge, Tony Blair was holding an important-looking meeting in one corner of the main lounge, so clearly, this club lounge is one of his favorites. I have been told by the staff at this lounge that it is also a favorite of Condoleezza Rice when she is over in London. Is the Intercontinental Park Lane club lounge the best in London? On views alone most definitely (see featured photo above), but there are many other factors to consider which you can read in each of my separate reviews that will be added below.
Which Luxury Hotels In London Have A Club Or An Executive Lounge?
Langham London Club
Intercontinental Park Lane Club Lounge
Intercontinental O2 Club Lounge
Sheraton Grand Park Lane Club Lounge
The Hyatt Regency London The Churchill Regency Club
Grosvenor House, A JW Marriott Hotel Executive Lounge
One Aldywich Lounge At One (Leading Hotels Of The World Hotel)
Hotel 41 Executive Lounge
Marriott London County Hall Executive Lounge
Hilton Park Lane Executive Lounge
Hotel The Montcalm At The Brewery Club Lounge 770
London Marriott Park Lane Executive Lounge
St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel Chambers Club Lounge
Conrad London St James Executive Lounge
The Montcalm London Marble Arch Club Lounge
The Waldorf Hilton Executive Lounge
The Hilton London Metropole
St. Ermin’s Hotel, Autograph Collection
I have also reviewed the best hotel club floors and VIP lounges in Las Vegas.
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