Top London Hotels to enjoy with your Escort
The Dorchester’s 4-star collection of room suites are known collectively as the ‘roof suites’. They include the Audley, Terrace, and Harlequin suites each including a bedroom, living room, formal dining area, and a fully business equipped office. It is said they are discretely reminiscent of the Hollywood glamour long associated with the hotel.
The design of these suites emulates the style in which The Dorchester was originally built in the 1930’s while remaining fresh, modern, and luxurious. All suites have large outside terraces, take advantage of the round shape of the hotel itself, and enjoy an unrivalled view over London. The service is provided by a team of dedicated 24 hour a day butlers. And when you’re feeling the urge round the clock escort services are available right here through www.GayEscorts.net
To make the most of your day in London, you may wish to stay at the centrally located Park Lane Hotel. It is close to the center of the public transit system. You can stroll over to the boutiques of Bond Street or Knightsbridge. You and your gay escort are a quick taxi ride to Buckingham Palace or London’s West End theatres.
After spending the day with a gay escort in London you can slip into slumber in one of our 305 guest rooms. While staying in the hotel you can enjoy the comfortable furnishings, the Sheraton Sweet Sleeper™ beds, Flat Screen HDTV and view inspiring sights of Green Park. If you must mingle business with pleasure, you can log onto the Wi-Fi that is truly high speed.
Nurture your mind and body in the comfort of your room, as you recharge with an invigorating in-room spa treatment. The hotel fitness center is open both day and night, and there is no excuse for a call boy that has missed his workout. Take time to enjoy conversation over an English afternoon tea at the Palm Court. As evening falls, share the tastes of Italy at the Citrus Restaurant, or stay in and savor delicious room service choices.
Hoxton in North London has a conglomeration of cutting edge art galleries which lead the world in contemporary art. In Knightsbridge, there is one special hotel address that you and your London male escort will certainly enjoy. It is the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park Hotel nestled in an elegant area of London’s most fashionable shops. It is minutes from stage and symphonic productions at the Royal Albert Hall.
The Claridge’s Luxury Hotel is a 5-star luxury Art Deco hotel in historic Mayfair. You and your rent a boy will enjoy the London shopping districts and leafy Hyde Park. All patrons receive award-winning service and business facilities. Claridge’s is a key part of London’s history. It is where stars, socialites, and the crowned heads of Europe have enjoyed this sensual service for over one hundred years.
Claridge’s luxury London hotel is a sumptuous retreat for the business traveler because some of the world’s greatest designers have left their marks on the Claridge’s facilities. With the right male escort, it is the perfect luxurious indulgence with which you want to spoil yourself.
If your stay in London is a short one, you may enjoy the ‘cool capsule’ of the Yotel Hotel at either Gatwick or Heathrow Airports. Gatwick Airport Yotel opened in spring 2007, the Heathrow’s terminal 4 in December of 2009. Its revolutionary cabin concept is modeled on first-class airplane accommodation. There are several choices you and your London based out call escort need to make. First, the room space can be rented for all night, or just a few of hours.
The choice of rooms includes a ‘standard’ or ‘premium’ cabin. If your flight is cancelled, for example, you can book for a whole night. Alternately, if your London based escort is scheduled just to help you unwind between a trip over the pond and on to Europe, any series 4-hour segments can be booked for sex, a power nap, and some time to freshen-up.
Each windowless cabin is small, but perfectly designed for quick and efficient use of the shower room, baggage storage, “techno-wall” with Wi-Fi for a DVD movie, or a wide selection of music. You will find the super-comfy beds great for sex play or sleep. The premium cabin beds convert to sofas in the Premium cabins. The desk is small, but functional.
The Hotel 55 is a substantial Edwardian house converted into a modern hotel. This is a rarity in a large city such as London. You will like the affordable rates and modern art that they have selected to decorate the comfortable rooms.
The hotel serves breakfast and dinner in a dining room that is in a glass covered extension overlooking the garden. Although the main dining room is not open for a noon meal, there are food and high tea available for London escort boys that like to take an afternoon break in a surprisingly slick 24 hour-a-day bar area. If you are a slave business, the bar is a Wi-Fi hot spot for your laptop.
The 25 rooms are carefully designed to make the best use of available space. The room highlights are the great showers and firmly comfortable beds. The best pay-off in selection the Hotel 55 is its address. It is convenient to Heathrow, and there are strategically located underground stations within walking.
There is a calming influence at Myhotel Bloomsbury. It has an unbeatable address if you want to hang out in Soho. It is an easy walk back from Theatreland or stroll to the British Museum. The top floor suite is the basis for the hotel’s name, which is called “Myplace”. The suite includes a roof terrace with panoramic view of most of London’s best sites. The interior of 78-room Myhotel was created by Conran & Partners with attention to the principles of Feng Shui.
If you want to step back in time, you might want to try The Rookery. Farringdon Underground Station, on the Circle Line, located near all major railway stations. It has a warren of bijou quirky, character-packed rooms hewn from two Dickens’ style buildings. This hotel is a stone’s throw from Smithfield Meat Market, the Old Bailey, Fabric Nightclub, and a host of hot restaurants. The nightstand tables even have bound copies of the famous British author’s works for you to read after your call boy sex service.
It features the antithesis of modern minimalism. Look for real wood paneling, flagstone floors, antiques, faded rugs, and real fires. Downstairs, there is a cozy sitting room with an ‘honesty bar’. All rooms are air-conditioned with a restored bathroom complete with re-plated fixtures.
The Zetter pulls off contemporary design around a spectacular central atrium within a 19th-century warehouse. The hotel has a restaurant with rooms. If you are traveling from the Eurostar Terminal at St Pancras, it is a short cab ride. The Zetter’s Mediterranean Restaurant similarly buzzes day and night. The owners also operate the fashionable nearby Exmouth Market Restaurant Moro.
Room price categories ranges are modest for the lower floored guest rooms. The price climbs rapidly, however, for the top floor studios with the sundecks. There are 59 rooms featuring “raindance” style showers. The décor is a mixture of exposed brick with lofty windows, and 70’s furnished remodels. There is a lift to each floor, and you can walk in to view the vibrant accent colors and hand printed wall panels.
Affordable luxury is the working description in the travel guides for the Hoxton. Do not be discouraged by the unprepossessing exterior. Inside you will find Frette linen, flat-screen TVs, as well as cocktails and bistro-style dining. If you want to stay in the City of London’s Square Mile, this “urban lodge” as it calls itself, is a modern ‘bolt hole’.
The hotel was bought by the entrepreneur of fast food sandwich chain, Pret a Manger. The idea behind The Hoxton is affordable luxury for business travelers, so it is a central business location. Vacationers with their call boys, however, will find the curry houses of Brick Lane, Tower of London, and performances at the Barbican are within easy reach.
The Guesthouse West is a 20-room bed and breakfast with a difference. It is an investment condominium bed and breakfast. Stay for a night and pay by the night or Invest in a room and reap the benefits of ownership when you are not in town with your London gay escort. If you invest, you get free use of the room for fifty-two nights a year, and a rental return the rest of the time. Media types rub shoulders with switched-on tourists in this converted former Edwardian family home.
The traditional wood and leather fixtures have all been renewed and upgrades include such items as pristine bed linens, in suite wireless broadband and flat screen high definition TVs. Deluxe doubles and terrace rooms are perfect for a night in London with an out call escort visiting.
The Portobello Hotel is popular with local gay models, the pop gay entertainers, and those in the know how to retire behind the low-key entrance to this elegant neo-classical mansion. It is located off the famous Portobello Road, and is famous for its Heath Robinsonesque Victoriana décor.
You can forget the modern day pared-down functionalism of most modern hotels. The Portobello has its own sexy indulgence with drapes, flounces, potted palms and four-poster beds. The designers have added splendid dashes of oriental exoticism so your call boy can give you that erotic massage you deserve.
At the Portobello, there is a restaurant and bar, plus 24-hour room service. If you want to take your escort out to show him off, there are discounts at a sister restaurant, Julie’s, in Holland Park. If the evening calls for a time to chill, try the free evening’s membership at arty local Cobden Club.
“Hops and chops, cuvees and duvets”, says the Fox and Anchor’s website, a clue that this is a beautifully preserved London hotel on a Smithfield area side. It started as a Pub 200 years old, and is still a splendid example of a Victorian watering hole. Upstairs they have completely modernized and updated the restaurant and rooms to 4-star standards with food and accommodation upstairs. All rooms offer Egyptian cotton bed linen and copper roll-top baths. The house suite, called Veuve Cliquot, is located on the top story. The food offerings include such famous pub items as pea and ham soup, steak and oyster, or fish pie. They all go perfectly with a pint.
The Piccadilly Hotel has a room for almost any traveler’s budget, and there are doubles for you and your London rent boy. The entire hotel is wildly decorated as the pictures above show, and the hotel offers space-saving pods, 4 to 10-bed dorms, as well as private single and double rooms. The hotel/hostel has about 700 beds on five floors.
Each floor was individually decorated by specially commissioned artists. On the main floor there is the reception, an internet café, travel shop, TV room, cinema lounge, and common room that are all open 24 hours a day, which is just as well as it is in the heart of Piccadilly. There is a TV and cinema lounge. Also on premise is the Midas Touch Backpackers Bar, a coin laundry, breakfast room, towels for rent office, and free luggage. You will find the staff friendly and helpful.