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With a royal wedding and an upcoming Olympics, London is the "it" destination this summer and next. Globe Travel checks out the city's hottest new (or heavily renovated) hotels
The grand Corinthia Hotel in central London will soon be home to a four-storey ESPA spa, as well as the first-ever Harrods hotel shop.
The Four Seasons Park Lane London was literally gutted and revamped by interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon. A lounge area with an eat-what-you-want-where-you-want policy, has turned the main level into a gathering place for posh Londoners and guests alike.
The design at London's St. John Hotel is a no-frills combination of whitewashed wooden walls, lime-green rubber floors and a sleek bathtub/shower outfitted with Penhaligon's toiletries.
Since opening in February, the W London has set out to transform touristy Leicester Square into the city's coolest address. The jet-black reception area festooned with sparkling disco balls helps to give it a club-like look and feel.