The Best Pubs With Hotel Rooms in London

Whether you're after the beautiful and the boutique, or the cosy and the casual, there are plenty of London pubs offering you a place to rest your head, as well as a pint before you get there. Check out our recommendations for the best pubs with rooms in London and get yourself some serious shut eye. 

Last updated on 19th August 2022

Not only does Wellington Waterloo boast comfy hotel rooms, but this historic pub is home to live sports, hearty British food and an extensive drinks list. Make your way through seafood, steaks and burgers - all washed down with your choice of beer, cider, wine and cocktails.

The Bedford

228 user reviews 4

Whether you're looking for somewhere for a cosy staycation or a wedding reception venue where your guests can stay the night, The Bedford is a one-stop-shop for all of your needs. On top of all that, the venue also hosts live music, comedy and yoga throughout the week, so it's a hard place to be bored.

Sanctuary House

2 user reviews 4

When you're not digging into classic pub grub and soaking up beers at the bar, this Westminster spot has got great accommodation. Within walking distance from Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Southbank and many of London's best tourist attractions, this is an ideal place to rest up after a day of sightseeing.

If you're looking for somewhere to stay in Woodstock? The King's Arm is a warm and welcoming hotel that boasts 15 beautiful rooms. And when you're in need of some refreshments, head to the pub where you can tuck into British classics washed down with cask ales.

Brook Green

223 user reviews 4

Located on Shepherd's Bush Road, Brook Green is a pub, hotel and underground speakeasy all under one roof. Feasted your way through the Sunday roast menu? Had one too many cocktails at the vintage hideaway below? Choose from 17 gorgeous bedrooms and end your day on a high.

The Coach & Horses Kew

678 user reviews 4

With boutique bedrooms and a mouthwatering seasonal food menu, The Coach & Horses is a must-visit in Kew. Whether you're heading to Kew Gardens or just fancy a London staycation away from the bustle of the West End, you'll be greeted with bloody marys, roast dinners and a cosy bed at the end of the day.

Half Moon

327 user reviews 4

A favourite among Herne Hill residents, the Half Moon is a popular pick for food and drinks through the week. Expect wood decor, painted mirrors and a huge beer garden that houses a firepit, as well as spacious rooms where you can chill out.

The Old Ship Inn

413 user reviews 4

The Old Ship Inn pub and hotel is perfect for an evening of tipples, delicious food and a much-needed snooze after. Check out the old school gem for fab Sunday roasts, juicy chicken, scrumptious burgers and a whole lot more. Or, hit the bar for some cocktails or a few pints.

The Alma Wandsworth

806 user reviews 4

From boutique twins to family-sized rooms and a grand option, The Alma has choices for every occasion. Plus, with its Wandsworth location, you'll be ideally placed whether you're after a day out in the city or fancy exploring the leafy southwest.

Three Cranes

6 user reviews 5

Hidden on Garlick Hill, The Three Cranes lies in close proximity to Bank and St Paul's. Whether you're in need of somewhere to stay during a business trip in the City or a place to crash after sightseeing, this laid-back pub is the perfect choice.

Pilot Greenwich

2 user reviews 4

The Greenwich outpost of Fuller's, The Pilot is a contemporary space for eating, drinking... and sleeping. The menu is seasonal, the beers are vast and the venue is accessible by boat and cable car. Expect views of Canary Wharf and a short trip to the O2 Arena.

Quite possibly the grandest pub in London, The Wigmore features high ceilings, traditional decor and a whole lotta brass. You might not realise that this charming pick is housed within the luxurious Langham... until you taste the cocktail menu and food that's run by Michelin star-winning chef Michel Roux Jr.

The Culpeper

3 user reviews 4

Housed in a charming old building, The Culpeper is a multi-storey hub in Spitalfields. There's a lively ground-floor pub, acclaimed first-floor restaurant, bedrooms on the second floor and the crowning jewel; an all-weather rooftop garden above.

It doesn't get much more Shoreditch than The Buxton; the edgy pub and hotel on Brick Lane. With 15 pared-back rooms to choose from, you're guaranteed welcome drinks, continental breakfast and a little something sweet on arrival before setting into your Insta-worthy space. Oh, did we mention the rooftop garden?