Bringing a car to London? There’s no need to faff around with a public car park – these are the very best hotels in London with parking.
For many people travelling to London, the big question is: how do you get there? Do you squeeze yourself on the train and hope for a seat? Or face the gruelling journey of a Megabus? For many, the answer is a simple one – you drive.
These are the best places to stay if you’re bringing a car into the capital.
London Hotels with Parking
One Hundred Shoreditch
One Hundred Shoreditch is the kind of place where you will feel in the lap of luxury for the entire duration of your stay. The hotel is as sleek as they come with uber-stylish interiors right the way from the lobby to your room.
On top of that it’s also the home of one of our favourite bars in London, Seed Library, a creative cocktail bar from renowned bartender Mr Lyan that serves some of the finest cocktails in London.
Rooms are similarly high-quality. They come stocked with amenities from designer brands, on-trend decor and modern art throughout. Honestly, London is full of great-looking hotels but we doubt you can do much better than this.
Parking: The hotel has on-site parking with a fair amount of space. The price is set at £45 per night.
Park Plaza is just a stone’s throw away from some of the most stunning and iconic London attractions, like the Westminster Bridge and London Eye. On top of that, the views offered from the hotel are simply gorgeous, making it a great spot if you’re looking for a bit of atmosphere with your stay.
With modern furnishings and amenities in each room, a stay at the Park Plaza is a luxurious experience. The hotel also offers a wide variety of rooms that can cater for anything from families to couples’ getaways, and include wheelchair-accessible suites.
Parking: The hotel conveniently has its own on-site car park, with rates starting at £65 per day. It also has a first-come, first-served policy.
Georgian House Hotel
At the Georgian House Hotel, meticulous attention to detail has been given to all of their rooms. Clearly influenced by Georgian fashion and design, the rooms feature whimsical wallpaper in bright pastel blues and greens, with unique furnishings in every room.
For those wanting something extra special, their ‘Wizard Experience’ suites are just the ticket. The experience offers a wizard chamber with portrait-lined passageways and stately gothic decor, as well as enchanting afternoon tea and potion-making sessions.
Parking: Parking is easy as there is a secure car park just 3 streets away called the Q Park Pimlico. It’s just a short 1-minute drive from the hotel itself.
K West Hotel and Spa
If you’re looking for a trendy getaway at one of the swankiest spots in London, this boutique hotel might just be the place for you. In fact, you can read our full review of the hotel here.
The K West Hotel was once a BBC recording studio and is renowned for having music legends like Bob Marley and the Kinks in its hallowed halls.
Aside from its star-studded history, the K West has many modern amenities, like tablets in each room, so that just by the tap of a finger, you can access the full range of their room service. Not to mention their dreamy spa packages.
Parking: The hotel not only provides on-site parking but a full valet service starting at an hourly rate of £1.50.
If you want a little class from your stay in the capital, know that you’ll find it in spades at Ember Locke. It’s a small hotel with only a few rooms and a handful of suites to go with it, and as such feels secluded and secretive in a way that the bigger London hotels don’t.
The rooms take inspiration from the place’s name, using ember tones to create spaces that feel warm and cosy. Furniture flashes back to the 60s to create a boutique aesthetic you’ll have trouble finding like this elsewhere.
The private garden, restaurant and bar sound like cherries on top of an already pretty special cake then…
Parking: The Ember Locke has 19 private on-site parking spaces. They’re run on a first-come-first-served basis though so you can’t book them.
If you need space to park the car and you don’t want your hotel to break the bank, Nhow would be a safe bet. It wouldn’t mean sacrificing on style either. The bright, arty rooms and their unconventional furnishing, are nothing if not out-there.
They were designed by award-winning architecture and interior studio Project Orange and feature fun takes on modern and contemporary art, with each room designed in a mixture of punk and high-tech aesthetics.
This hotel also boasts a stunning bar with a terrace attached, so you can enjoy all the views that London has to offer whilst sipping your cocktail.
Parking: Handy on-site parking is offered, with a charge of £37. However, there is no option to reserve a space in advance and there are only ten spaces available.
Vintry and Mercer Hotel
Just moments from St Paul’s Cathedral, Vintry and Mercer is a fairly new hotel. Boasting 92 bespoke rooms and suites each decorated in a contemporary style with character-filled touches, the hotel oozes elegance and luxury.
With a swanky basement bar serving all manner of cocktails, a traditional pub-style restaurant, and a fully kitted-out gym, Vintry and Mercer has everything you need for a comfortable stay – and then some.
Head up to the rooftop bar at sunset for dreamy views stretching out across the capital, and a delicious drink or two.
Parking: There is no on-site parking for the hotel but just a few streets away parking is available at the NCP Vintry Thames Exchange car park, located on Bell Wharf Lane. There are plenty of spaces, all with pre-booking options. For 24 hours you’ll pay £34.95.
The Lodge Hotel
Staying in Putney offers plenty of perks. While it is a little further away from the city centre, the area is peaceful, a stark contrast to the bustling streets further in. Likewise, The Lodge Hotel has many a perk of its own to boot.
Luxury linens are just one of those, but what’s really caught our eye is a private library for when you need to relax and an on-site gym for when you need to up the energy a little.
No two rooms are the same here. Each comes with unique interior design in the form of muralled wallpaper and layout, though high-end TVs and coffee machines are one thing they all have in common.
Parking: The Lodge Hotel has ample parking that’s run on a first-come-first-served basis. It costs £15 per day and guests must register their car at reception.
Moxy London Excel
Royal Victoria Dock
The Moxy London Excel is a stylish and affordable option for any traveller, and with parking bays it’s a great option for anyone bringing a car into London for their stay.
Moxy proffer themselves as a vibrant and bustling setting with their fresh cappuccino bar for anyone needing their caffeine fix – or there are a wide variety of cocktails available on the menu if you’re in need of something stronger.
Rooms come equipped with flat-screen TVs, and although they aren’t the most spacious you can find, are all decorated with modern fixtures and a good eye for comfort.
Parking: On-site parking is available to patrons, with a reasonable charge of £15 per day. There is also an eclectic charging station at the hotel.
DoubleTree Hilton Tower of London
City of London
You’ll be getting all the comfort you’d expect from the Hilton brand, at less of a steep price point. Their suites are decorated with a minimalistic and clean look and the rooftop bar is open in the evening to take in the stunning views as you unwind after a busy day.
There are also pet friendly rooms available if you’d like to bring a furry pal along on the adventure with you too.
Best of all, should you want to get out and about, you’ll be a stone’s throw away from Shoreditch – one of London’s coolest neighbourhoods with heaps of fantastic restaurants, great bars and options galore for wild nights out.
Parking: There is convenient on-site parking, with a charge of £35 for the day.
Hotel Cafe Royal
We’re going to let you in on a little secret: Of all the hotels in this guide we think this one is the best (even though it’s a real splurge). Located on Regent Street, the Cafe Royal promises a luxurious and elegant stay for its guests.
Their holistic wellness spa, Akasha, promotes several treatments – from meditation to reiki. It also boasts nine treatment rooms and even offers hydrotherapy as a way to relax.
As for the rooms, even the entry level boast tasteful, wood-panelled design. The range of suites on offer here is staggering. Many come with perks like walk-in wardrobes, bathrooms of polished marble and living rooms of plush furnishings that overlook one of London’s most iconic streets.
Parking: A secure underground car park is available twenty-four hours a day just a few minutes from the hotel, with a rate of £14 per hour. The hotel also offers a valet service for a separate charge.
ibis London Greenwich
For a great option that’s reliable and won’t eat too far into the budget you’ve set aside for your trip, check into the ibis London Greenwich.
The brand can be found in more than 2000 locations around the world, an endorsement of the fact that people depend upon them for a good place to stay if ever we’ve heard one, and while it’s not the Ritz, the Greenwich location offers more space than usual and an on-site semi-covered parking garage.
Sites like the Cutty Sark and Greenwich’s Old Royal Naval College can be accessed on foot and the O2 arena isn’t too much further, making this a great spot for anyone in town for a concert.
Parking: The car park has 30 spaces and pre-booking options to ensure you get one. Prices will vary depending on the time of day and duration of stay but £13 a night is the regularly quoted price.
When it comes to east London, Mama is a quirky hotel offering endless fun. There are 194 rooms in the hotel, each one designed with hand-crafted furnishings created by Dion and Arles. The effect is a cosy and comfortable living space, with modern amenities.
The Japanese-style karaoke rooms and cute garden bar are the epicentre for entertainment. The hotel also throws regular events – everything from art shows to live music nights by up-and-coming local talent that make Mama Shelter as much of a hub for creative types as it is a place to lay your head for the night.
Parking: There isn’t on-site parking for this hotel but luckily the Euro Car Park is just a few minutes away and offers secure, private parking.
The Chamberlain Hotel
The Chamberlain has a modern and refined style, which is reflected in each of their rooms. They come in Edwardian style, with Dutch gables on the roof and vintage furnishings unique to each room adding depth and character.
The hotel also boasts an on-site restaurant offering a fine dining experience perfect for anyone who enjoys more formal dining. The chefs source quality ingredients from around the and turn them into a varied menu that changes with the seasons.
With Liverpool Street Station a short walk away, you’ll have easy access to multiple Tube lines, perfect if you want to drive to London but not have the hassle of driving to get around it once you’re here.
Parking: There are street parking bays available outside the hotel at no extra charge. Though, it should be noted that there are only a few of these so the NCP Minories Car Park, just five minutes from The Chamberlain, might be a more likely option.
The Bromley Court Hotel
The Bromley Court Hotel is a winner in our books. It has 2 acres of beautiful gardens that make it a popular venue for weddings. What’s more, with such a carefully maintained landscape, Bromley Court is a dreamy setting for any trip to London.
While the hotel is located outside of central London, it’s still close to Greenwich Park and The O2 – with brilliant links to the rest of the capital. It also has a range of dining options, including the lounge and cocktail bars. The menu focuses on contemporary British cuisine and has a range of both casual and formal dining.
Your rooms will be spacious and boast plenty of natural light, some of them overlooking the gardens through gorgeous bay windows. The decor is sleek and modern but with touches of vintage charm that add a little class.
Parking: There is free on-site parking at the hotel, with plenty of space available.
Millennium and Copthorne Hotel
Located within the grounds of Chelsea Football Club, for any football fan (except probably anyone who supports Fulham), a stay at the Millenium and Copthorne Hotel is a must.
The hotel is split between two sites and boasts a state-of-the-art gym as well as a swimming pool and spa treatment facilities.
You’ll find rooms cosy with thick carpets and spacious, uber-comfortable beds to guarantee a good night’s sleep. On top of that, their on-site bar and lounge, 55, is renowned for its hearty English breakfast – the perfect pre-game pick-me-up.
Parking: There is a car park located on-site at Stamford Bridge, though spaces cannot be reserved. It is also worth noting that on match days, there is a strict no-entry policy to the car park.