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Monday, 20 February 2012

London’s trendiest hotels for London Fashion Week

As London Fashion Week fast approaches (17th-22nd February) and the fashion pack anxiously await their first look at the autumn/winter 2012 collections, TripAdvisor has rounded-up London’s trendiest hotels.  Whether looking for a place to stay, a place to drink or a place to dine, these hotels are London’s top in the style stakes.

With models, designers and A-listers set to descend on London, these stylish hotels may also be star-spotting hotspots.

London’s 5 trendiest hotels as decided by TripAdvisor travellers:

Officially London’s trendiest hotel, Andaz Liverpool Street is home to a number of stylish hang-outs including a champagne bar and Japanese restaurant Miyako.  No stranger to celebrities, Andraz has played host to many, including the likes of Mark Ronson.

As one traveller said, “Mega-trendy and convenient.”

This five-star hotel in Soho is associated with style, luxury and celebrities and has recently been visited by Jesse J, Cheryl Cole and more.  Don’t miss the Mad Hatter’s afternoon tea, with its Alice in Wonderland theme, gorgeous surroundings and delicious food.

One traveller said, “Sanderson was simply a fabulous experience! The hotel is very contemporary, cool, trendy and by far one of the best for design”

Located in the heart of fashionable Soho, a stone’s throw from London hotspot The Box, Soho Hotel is popular with A-listers including Charlize Theron.

As one traveller said, “Very stylish, high-quality and a nice buzz about it.”

4.    Hoxton Hotel

Located in London’s super-stylish Shoreditch, Hoxton hotel is the perfect hang-out for fashionistas and hipsters alike and has hosted fashion icon Alexa Chung.  The restaurant, The Hoxton Grill, is a super-trendy London hangout. 

As one traveller said, “The Hoxton is fantastic. Very clean and trendy. The bar/restaurant are the place to be in the evenings.”

This small but luxurious Clerkenwell hotel has 59 individually-designed rooms and a restaurant headed-up by renowned chef Bruno Loubet

As one traveller said, “This hotel is modernist cool. The staff were fabulously helpful. The room was plush with a balcony looking out over the stunning landscapes of London.”

To see a list of the UK’s trendiest hotels, visit http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/TravelersChoice-Hotels-cTrendy

* Trendiest hotels were determined using an algorithm that measured highest ratings by travelers taking into account the classification of “trendy” on the TripAdvisor hotel review form.