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5 London Hotels With Indian Restaurants

Belicia
Published Jul 25, 2017

London is a city that is brimming with diversity. It’s a melting pot of cultures, nationalities, and most importantly – cuisines. You can expect to find delis, cafes, food trucks and restaurants offering food from all over the world. Here, we’ve found hotels in London that have on-site restaurants offering Indian cuisine. Whether you’re a traveller looking for some comfort food or just can’t get enough of butter chicken, there’s something here for you!

1. Taj 51 Buckingham Gate Suites and Residences (from USD 586)

Combining privacy and luxury, a stay at Taj 51 Buckingham Gate Suites and Residences is bound to leave you feeling like a royal. The 5AA Red Star suites are lavishly decorated, with fully equipped kitchens and living areas. You can enjoy South-West coastal Indian cuisine at Quilon Restaurant, a Michelin-starred restaurant. It’s one of the most popular high-end Indian restaurants in London. Expect seafood and a lighter style of Indian cuisine with fresh, vibrant and healthy options.

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2. St. James' Court, A Taj Hotel, London (from USD 204)

Located on the same property as Taj 51 Buckingham Gate Suites and Residences, St. James’ Court offers both rooms and suites. Compared to Buckingham Gate, the rooms offered by St. James’ Court are a little on the simpler side but are no less worth a stay. For some, the sleek, contemporary style might even be more preferred. No matter which hotel you choose to stay at, you’ll still get to enjoy meals at Quilon Restaurant.

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3. Millennium Gloucester Hotel London (from USD 125)

Among the 5 eateries at Millennium Gloucester Hotel London, the Bombay Brassiere stands out with its stunning Raj theme, glass ceiling and decorative walls. Look out for the weekend brunch buffets and be sure to check out the drinks menu. The Millennium Gloucester his a four-star hotel right in the heart of London. Here, you’ll be in Kensington, one of the most stylish neighbourhoods of the city. Sights such as the Natural History Museum and Hyde Park are just 10 minutes away, and the Gloucester Road Tube Station is even closer.

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4. The LaLit London (from USD 325)

The LaLit London used to be a grammar school for boys. Today, it is a gorgeous, five-star hotel that maintains the old character of the school building, while providing with every comfort imaginable. Think luxurious rooms with high, soaring ceilings of old classrooms and gorgeous views of the London skyline. The on-site restaurant, Baluchi, provides rich, brilliantly done Indian food. Sip on a frothy lassi for breakfast, enjoy a perfectly spiced lamb shank for lunch and enjoy wine paired with naan after dinner.

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5. Strand Continental

If you’re looking for a more affordable place to stay at than some of the options listed here, the Strand Continental is definitely where you want to be. It provides basic, budget accommodation in the centre of London. You’re just a 10 minute-walk away from Trafalgar Square and Convent Garden! The on-site restaurant, the India Club Restaurant, offers home-cooked Indian cuisine that might not be glamorous, but is definitely full of heart. The India Club Restaurant has been in operation for over 70 years!

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These restaurants are second to naan...

Indian cuisine in hotels in London
Source: Booking.com

Puns aside, it’s worth pointing out that hotel restaurants are usually much more expensive than those on the streets. However, if you’re looking for a place to stay and love Indian cuisine, then having one of these restaurants literally at your doorstep is a definite bonus. These restaurants are the perfect place for a meal to cap off your trip, or just to splurge! It’s always important to treat yourself!

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