Travel 2 minutes 04 November 2021

Starred Restaurants Located in Hotels from the MICHELIN Guide

Here are some great London restaurants found in hotels recommended by Tablet, the hotel experts at the MICHELIN Guide

London Michelin Star Tablet Hotels

A meal in any MICHELIN Starred restaurant will always be a glorious thing, but a long drive or tube journey home afterwards can really spoil the mood. Just being able to walk upstairs (or, in some cases, downstairs) to bed after a fantastic meal can really make the experience so much more special.

With that in mind, here are some restaurants in London that are located within Tablet hotels – the hotel experts who are now part of the MICHELIN Guide.

South Place Hotel ©Tablet Hotels
South Place Hotel ©Tablet Hotels

South Place Hotel & Angler

London - Finsbury

It’s no surprise that South Place hotel is a stylish affair because it was designed by Conran + Partners. It was also the first hotel venture from restaurant group D&D; they know a thing or two about creating great bars as well as restaurants – and this hotel boasts five of them. Bedrooms are a treat for those with an eye for aesthetics and it’s clear that no detail has been forgotten. Angler is a bright, airy restaurant on the top floor of the hotel and where Executive Chef Gary Foulkes and his team display their mastery of preparing all types of seafood.

Taj 51 Buckingham Gate ©Tablet Hotels
Taj 51 Buckingham Gate ©Tablet Hotels

Taj 51 Buckingham Gate & Quilon

London - Victoria

If a decent amount of acreage is top of your checklist when choosing a hotel room, then look no further than Taj 51. As well as residences, it has suites that range from one bedroom up to nine, although this does mean that you may have to invite your extended family along too, especially when they find out how close the hotel is to Buckingham Palace. Taj is an Indian group so it’s no surprise that Quilon is an Indian restaurant par excellence, focusing on cuisine from the southwest coast.

The Berkeley ©Tablet Hotels
The Berkeley ©Tablet Hotels

The Berkeley & Marcus

London - Belgravia

You can understand why regulars at The Berkeley rather like the fact that their hotel flies under the radar. The great location, the cool Blue Bar, the rooftop swimming pool, the quiet bedrooms overlooking St Paul’s Church – you wouldn’t want too many people competing with you for a booking. On the ground floor, beyond the Collins Room, is Marcus Wareing’s eponymous restaurant. Here, in this comfortable space, you can sit back and enjoy a creative menu that showcases some of the UK’s finest produce.

Dinner By Heston Blumenthal ©The Michelin Guide UK
Dinner By Heston Blumenthal ©The Michelin Guide UK

Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park & Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

London - Hyde Park

With London’s best shopping streets in front and one of its finest parks behind it, there’s no denying the fantastic location of this international hotel. But this is also a supremely luxurious hotel; it may date from 1889 but it never stands still and recently unveiled the latest look of its sumptuous bedrooms. It is history that inspired Heston Blumenthal when creating the menu at his impeccably run restaurant – his kitchen creatively re-works dishes that, in some cases, date back to the 14C.

Seven Park Place ©Tablet Hotels
Seven Park Place ©Tablet Hotels

St James’s Hotel and Club Mayfair & Seven Park Place

London - St James's

Few parts of central London are more quintessentially British than St James’s – and few hotels enjoy a quieter location than St James’s Hotel and Club. As the name suggests, this 1890s house was formerly a private club and that intimate atmosphere remains, along with a collection of over 300 European works of art. The most recent upgrade of Seven Park Place restaurant saw it lightened and enlarged but what remains constant is the quality of the food produced by the classically trained kitchen.

Da Terra ©The Michelin Guide UK
Da Terra ©The Michelin Guide UK

Town Hall Da Terra

London - Bethnal Green

If you’d prefer somewhere away from the obvious tourist spots and a hotel with its own personality and style, then head to Bethnal Green. The Town Hall Hotel was once home to council offices and this good-looking period building blends original features like wood panelling and marble flooring with understated contemporary touches. At Da Terra you can enjoy a multi-course menu based on Latin American traditions but also incorporating influences from Italy and Spain – it’s like nowhere else in London.

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