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The K West hotel in London is a very chic well designed luxury hotel. The K stands for a Kerry Hotel. It is very contemporary with clean lines and full service. It is located outside the congestion zone of London but minutes from the West End. Notting Hill and High Street Kensington are just minutes away and if you take the Central Tube you are 10 minutes from Bond Street.

It's excellent and stylish restaurant has a brand new menu crafted by Chef Sam Sweeney. It has beautifully been redecorated with leather seating in rich reds and blues, with dark wood, stainless steel and glass. It is pricey but delicious.

The K Spa is absolutely luxurious. It is a perfect cosmopolitan retreat allowing you to spend some peaceful calming time while being pampered. They use E'SPA products and have a dedicated and skilled staff. Their many treatments will enhance your lifestyle in an holistic and enjoyable way. They even have Spa lunches.

Another fine hotel and spa is the Athenaeum, a family owned and run luxury Hotel group in the United Kingdom. Their staff is friendly and committed to first class service. Their other properties are the Grove, Runnymede Hotels and Spa on the Thames and Greengarden House which are serviced apartments just off Oxford Street. The suites and rooms combine English elegance with modern technology. There are rooms that have gorgeous views of Green Park towards Queen Elizabeth's Buckingham Palace, giving you a sense tranquility in bustling downtown London.

The food served in the dining room is definitely English style and world renowned. They have dining throughout the day using local products whenever possible. Valet parking is available for all diners.

The spa at the Athenaeum, which is exclusive to their guests, is a place to relax after the hustle of central London. They have a full roster of services or just rejuvenate in the Jacuzzi.

They have stylish business meeting rooms melded with 21st century technology. These beautiful rooms can be transfixed to elegant private dining for weddings or any special occasion.

The third luxury hotel is the four star Chesterfield Mayfair discreetly tucked off Berkeley Square. The atmosphere is calm, quiet and very efficient. The Mayfair offers contemporary convenience in a great location. It is one of eleven outstanding luxury hotels sprinkled around the world run under the Red Carnation Flag. Their staff is utterly committed to attentive service and to make your stay very enjoyable. All of the Red Carnation hotels were thrilled to receive the Greater London Training Award for outstanding achievements in training and personal development.

They have a Library, the Butlers Restaurant, an airy Conservatory and an intimate bar. The food is excellent and the staff superb. They are in an excellent location that is just minutes from Bond Street, the perfect location to experience London. They do not have a spa so this may be a deterrent if you are looking for that kind of facility.

Any one of these three hotels will be a pleasing experience for those that enjoy quality and excellent service.

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