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Get a room: London’s 7 sexiest hotel rooms for Valentine’s Day.

by Elizabeth Hands on January 16, 2015


With the film adaption of 50 Shades of Grey due to be released on February 13, Valentine’s Day this year is set to be sexier than ever. So for couples who want to add a little va va voom into their relationship like Christian and Anastasia, we’ve compiled our list of London’s sexiest hotel rooms…

The S&M suite at the Sanctum Soho Hotel

The boutique Sanctum Soho is offering guests a special Box of Grey props in Room 404, otherwise known as The S&M Suite.

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Guests will pay £350 to spice up their night or £849 if they opt for the luxury version, which contains masks, cuffs, feathers, blindfolds and a shearling lined paddle. The suite is a cacophony of grey silks, black walls and velvet curtains, with a special exhibition of erotic prints by Ray Burmiston.

The Corfu Suite at Blakes Hotel

It may not be what you conventionally think of as sexy, but the Corfu Suite at Blakes in South Kensington was recently named sexiest hotel room in the world in the Smith hotel awards.

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More romantic than overtly sexy, it features a white four-poster bed where you can close the curtains and pretend you’re the only people in the world.

Baudelaire at The Bingham

The biggest room at The Bingham in leafy Richmond, is the Baudelaire, where you’ll find a 4-poster bed, soft duck down duvets and a whirlpool bath for two.

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Start the evening with a romantic stroll by the Thames, leaving a bottle of Champagne on ice to enjoy in the tub before heading down to enjoy some Michelin-starred dining to top off the evening.

The Mistinguett Suite at The Milestone

Inspired by French actress Mistinguett who performed in the famous Folies Begére and the Moulin Rouge (and was once the best paid female entertainer in the world), The Mistinguett is The Milestone’s most playful suite.

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Decorated in rich tones of red, silver, grey and gold, the room features French furnishings, sumptuous fur fabrics to sink into and Mistinguett artwork on the wall. The bed is huge and incredibly comfortable and there’s a private terrace if you want to order some pre- or post-dinner cocktails.

Lucy at The Bermondsey Square Hotel

What could be sexier than your very own private hot tub where you can look out on London’s skyline while sipping a glass of bubbly with your other half.

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Lucy, one of the loft suites at The Bermondsey Square in Southwark, has a huge hot tub on its terrace, giving you panoramic views of London landmarks including the London Eye and Big Ben.

The Screening Suite at the W London

The W bills its Screening Suite as spa meets cinema.

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The bathroom features a huge bathtub and private steam room while, if you fancy snuggling up and watching a movie with your loved one, the bedroom has a three-metre wide cinema screen and ambient lighting.

If you look in the hotel mini bar, you’ll find a few kinky surprises.

The Teresa Cornelys Suite at Hazlitt’s

On Soho’s Frith Street, Hazlitt’s occupies a group of historic Georgian houses.

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Named after an 18th century Soho courtesan, the Teresa Corneleys suite features a portrait of the woman herself and a bed decorated with soft fabrics and hand-carved gilded cherubs.

The bathroom, approached by its own staircase, has a period bathing machine which squirts water at whichever part of your body you want it to.

With some of the world’s most alluring luxury rooms and suites, London is the perfect place to add a spark to your romance!

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Photo credits: LadyDragonflyCC, Sanctum Soho, Blakes, The Bingham Hotel, The Milestone, Bermondsey Square Hotel, W London, Hazlitt’s.

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