London Hotels - Room with a View
London is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, so why not make the most of the ever changing skyline and stay in one of the London hotels with a fabulous view. If you fancy rising above it all and booking into a room with a view, check out these London hotelsLondon Hilton on Park Lane - actually this is one of the few London Hotels where you don't even need to book a room to enjoy the awesome view. All you need to do is take the lift up to the 28th floor and you will feel your ears pop. The Galvin at Windows restaurant at The London Hilton on Park Lane sits high and proud at over 100 metres above pavement level - the panoramic views are absolutely extraordinary.With 442 en-suite rooms, 20 suites, a bar, nightclub, 2 restaurants and a Roman-themed swimming pool, The International Hotel in Canary Wharf is a giant of a luxury hotel. Impressive though all that is, it's the views that really steal the show. Situated on the water's edge, a room with a view on this side of the hotel reveals the extraordinary modern landscape of London Docklands, London City Airport, The O2 Arena and beyond.Located in a hidden courtyard off St James's Street, Dukes Hotel is one of the most famous and favoured of all the premium London hotels. Its list of accolades goes and on; it's one of those London hotels that is all about old school luxury and formal service. It also has a right royal view! Sadly this view comes at a price, some of the rooms at Duke's overlook St James's Palace - but for the ultimate vista dig deep and book into the penthouse where you will be treated to a beautiful view of Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Spencer House.The Trafalgar Hotel - a little like the London Hilton on Park Lane, one doesn't necessarily have to book into a room to enjoy the extraordinary view this stylish member of the London hotels elite has to offer. The Trafalgar Hotel is housed in a listed building just off Trafalgar Square and is extremely chic. Some of the rooms feature split-level bedrooms and black walnut furniture. But for one of London's finest views head up to the roof garden and enjoy the fact that you could almost touch Nelson on his column from here!