Colourful plates, a plush afternoon tea and wacky cocktails are just the start of things at the Karma Sanctum Soho Hotel as the venue's restaurant bar churns out plates worthy of your Instagram feed. Head here for one of the best hotel restaurants in the UK.
Hotel Restaurants in London
London's hotels aren't just about plump pillows, blackout curtains, late night Netflix and a great night's sleep, they're also here to feed. And feed you they will. From Asian eateries below some of London's most luxurious rooms to Shoreditch hotels bringing you cool and casual dining, check out our recommendations for the best hotel restaurants in London.
If you expect something romantic and elegant from your hotel restaurant, look no further than Bistro. Found in the heart of the St James' Court Hotel, one of London's top hotels restaurants, elevated dishes from a seasonal menu will be placed atop white, fresh tablecloths.
If we're talking top restaurants in hotels, this has to be on the list. Famed for its Dover sole and decadent interiors, this unique restaurant at The Chesterfield Mayfair is the perfect spot for family feasts, business lunches and pre-theatre dining.
Nestled within 100 Queen's Gate Hotel, ESQ is a Victorian parlour-inspired cocktail bar and small plates restaurant. Alongside their exquisite selection of homemade spirits, this place serves dishes such as confit duck spring rolls, burnt end brisket and crab and lobster nuggets. Expect pretty decor and fine dining at this London hotel.
The Dixon hotel is a brand new venue complete with the swanky 90-cover restaurant, Provisioners. Boating a beautiful blend of candy pastel interiors and delicious European-style dishes, this place is the perfect spot for a drawn-out brunch or cosy dinner
Set in a grand dining room filled with royal blue tones, The Soak is drenching Londoners in a unique dining experience. With an emphasis on pickling and fermenting, the menu is filled with unique dishes, including salt marsh lamb, seared Scottish scallops and slow cooked lamb belly fritters.
Situated in Park Lane's Intercontinental hotel, Theo Randall Restaurant is bringing a taste of Italy to central London. Soak up delicious wines and classic cocktails as you tuck into multi-course menus that centre on antipasti, fresh pasta and indulgent desserts.
One of the six bars and restaurants on offer at The Andaz Liverpool Street, Eastway Brasserie is a contemporary spot inspired by New York-style dining. Expect a range of comfort food classics and healthy options on the menu here, alongside an impressive range of mouthwatering cocktails.
Located inside the Apex Hotel in the heart of the City, Off The Wall is a stylish bar and restaurant primed for after-work entertaining and all- day dining. Feast of luxury dishes made from the highest quality ingredients (including top-grade wagyu), washed down with a selection of tasty cocktails.
A seriously stunning hotel restaurant, The Curry Room at The Rubens at The Palace Hotel is impressing guests and locals alike with their stunning cuisine. Located by Buckingham Palace, the kitchen uses spices imported from India to ensure all flavours are as authentic as possible.
Nestled in The Waldorf, Homage is serving up fine dining in a luxury setting. Head over to the Holborn all-day eatery where you can expect to find a mouth-watering menu of European-inspired plates with a British twist, brunch dishes and, of course, a classic afternoon tea.