The best hotels to network and chill in... London, from experimental meeting rooms to the ultimate room service

The Allis, London
The Allis, the all-day social space at White City House, makes working on-the-move a pleasure

Business travel used to be a luxury-lite experience, featuring trouser presses, UHT milk and conference calls in your dressing gown. However, times (and travellers' needs) are changing. The line between business and leisure has never been so blurred, and ‘bleisure’ – like the word or loathe it – is rife on the London hotel scene. From co-working spaces, round-the-clock amenities and fuss-free service, to destination restaurants and VIP transfers, these are the city’s best hotels for globetrotting worker bees.

The Curtain

When superstar hotelier Michael Achenbaum opened this hotel and members club, it provided east London with another of the capital's most exclusive hot spots. Exposed brickwork,...

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