The Best Hilton Hotels in London

The Best Hilton Hotels in LondonHilton Honors members are truly spoilt for choice when travelling to London. There are 30 Hilton properties in central London, and dozens more on the city’s outskirts! So, as AFF member Notyourbag asks, which Hilton hotels in London offer the best value? And which look after Gold and Diamond Hilton Honors members the best?

Heading to London for 4 nights work in a few weeks. Keen to stay near Oxford St area for shopping and restaurant options. Which is the best Hilton / Doubletree to stay at? Hilton Gold here so keen to hear which one looks after status members the best. Thanks!

A clear favourite among AFF members is the Conrad London St. James Hotel. Conveniently located outside St. James’s Park tube station, it’s just a short walk from Buckingham Palace, Palace of Westminster and the Big Ben. Despite its historic building, the rooms are modern and well-appointed. Hilton Honors members are also treated well with Diamond Honors members having reported complimentary room upgrades and a terrific breakfast spread. Diamond members can also use the hotel’s executive lounge.

The Conrad London St. James is not the cheapest hotel in London. Indeed, this is a Category 9 hotel (the highest tier) in the Hilton Honors program. But if you’re after a comfortable, well-located hotel with great service, it ticks all the boxes.

Conrad St James is my favourite but not very close to Oxford st. However it is close to other attractions in the area and there is tube station near by.

Nearby is the Trafalgar St. James, Curio Collection by Hilton. This is another luxury hotel with a superb location. Although there is no Executive Lounge, there is a rooftop bar with a great view.

Another Hilton Hotel in London is the Hilton Wembley. Although it’s not located in the centre of London, one AFF member recommends the hotel because it looks after Honors members well. It is also around half the price of hotels in the city.

I always stay at Hilton Wembley. A bit out of the way by usually around half the price. Great lounge and look after members .

After reading through our members’ suggestions, Notyourbag decided to stay at the Hilton London Metropole. This is what this member said about their experience…

I ended up booking the Metropole as it was cheapest within my budget.

Got upgraded from Basic King room to a King Deluxe Room with Executive Lounge Access. The Exec lounge isn’t amazing at all – I went in for breakfast and they barely had any hot food. Better to go downstairs to Flamma on the ground floor.

Join the discussion of Hilton hotels in London on the Australian Frequent Flyer forum: London Hiltons – Which is the best

And if you’re a Hilton Honors member, don’t forget to check out the How do Hilton treat you as an Elite? thread.

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