As hotels gear up to reopen on May 17, a collection of properties in London has teamed up to offer discounted stays and “value-added packages” to encourage bookings in the capital.

Organised by marketing agency MMGY Global, Hotel Week London will comprise exclusive offers and rates at 35 participating hotels from May 28 until June 6. Some hotels will extend their promotions until the end of June to allow for multiple stays and longer booking opportunities.

Each hotel has also designed its own special packages, with experiences ranging from room upgrades to cocktail-creation classes and transfers by vintage car from London stations.

Reservations can be made at the dedicated Hotel Week London website, with customers able to either click through to the hotel’s website or to call them directly and quote ‘Hotel Week London’.

MMGY Global stated that in a bid to “support the London hotel sector and the British travel industry”, all London hotels have been offered free access to the promotion.

Commenting on the newly launched campaign, Jonathan Sloan, EVP, Europe and Middle East Strategy at MMGY Global, said:

“There has never been a better time to come and explore London. As the hotel sector reopens there is a unique window for domestic travellers to experience the city without the normal influx of international visitors and offering the opportunity to support London hotels that have been particularly affected over the last 12 months. Hotel Week London gives us the opportunity to escape our homes while enjoying super deals from some of the capital’s finest hotels.”

For more information on the offers available, see the website. Participating hotels include:

  • 45 Park Lane
  • 100 Queensgate
  • Curio Collection by Hilton
  • Amba Hotel Charing Cross
  • Andaz Liverpool Street
  • The Biltmore Mayfair, LXR Hotels by Hilton
  • Browns Hotel London
  • The Cadogan
  • Conrad London St James
  • The Corinthia
  • The Dorchester
  • Dukes London
  • Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane
  • Great Scotland Yard
  • Hard Rock Hotel
  • Hilton London Bankside
  • Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill
  • Intercontinental Park Lane
  • Kimpton Fitzroy
  • The Landmark London
  • The Lanesborough
  • London Hilton on Park Lane
  • Mama Shelter London Shoreditch
  • Marriott London Grosvenor Square
  • Marriott London Park Lane
  • Novotel London Canary Wharf
  • Pullman London St Pancras
  • Rosewood London
  • Ruby Lucy
  • The Savoy
  • Sofitel London St James
  • St Pancras Renaissance Hotel London
  • The Athenaeum
  • The Standard
  • The Tower Hotel
  • The Waldorf Hilton

In the meantime, a selection of London hotels are making the most of their outdoor spaces by opening them up to the public ahead of the third stage of lockdown easing. See our feature on the various spaces on offer:

London hotels with outdoor dining spaces