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Designed by Charles Fitzroy Doll – the man behind the Titanic dining room – this 1898 hotel features nods to the great ship with a replica of his bronze dragon that now sits on the ocean floor. Outside, it’s all terracotta and turrets, but the new interior boasts bright rooms and fluffy robes.

Number of rooms 334.

What we loved Feeling punch-drunk on all the marble – the spectacular lobby is kitted out with columns, arches and a multicoloured mosaic-tile floor.

Best for bibliophiles. You’re smack dab in the heart of Bloomsbury, the London Review Bookshop is two blocks away, and suites come with freestanding bathtubs, the better for sinking into with a quality read.