Nothing beats a good brunch, especially when the setting is exceptionally decadent. As such, we’ve rounded up the best hotel brunches in London for all your weekend whiling needs…
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Amazing hotel brunches to book now…
Sunday Champagne Brunch at the Landmark London
The Landmark London hosts one of London’s best Champagne brunches with an unlimited and lavish buffet of home-baked pastries, continental charcuterie, smoked salmon and a full range of salads, available every Sunday. There is also a variety of main dishes and a generous dessert offering, all to be washed down with endless prosecco while a live band makes Sunday morning feel extra special.
Dean Street Townhouse
On the menu at Dean Street Townhouse is a feast of traditional cooked and healthy dishes, such as slow-cooked lamb Shepherd’s pie and classic fish and chips. Washed down with a Bloody Mary or a fruit smoothie, it’s the best way to spend a Sunday in Soho.
Malibu Kitchen at the Ned
Malibu Kitchen is a little slice of California in London. One of the nine restaurants on the ground floor of super swish hotel-cum-members club The Ned, it’s easily one of the coolest new hotel brunches in the city. Grab one of the mini-booths directly under the windows and enjoy an egg white omelette, Squash spaghetti or sea bass ceviche.
Sea Containers at Mondrian London
Sea Containers is the modern eatery at the Mondrian Hotel, positioned primely on the banks of the River Thames. With its American and British offering that reflects the best locally sourced produce, unlimited cocktails and charming location, it’s certainly a popular choice for hungry brunchers. On Sunday’s brunch with a bottomless Prosecco or Gret Goose Bloody Mary’s.
If you’re looking for a celebrity hang out, the Chiltern Firehouse is as good as it gets. Favourites on the brunch menu include Coronation Crab Donuts, Firehouse Caesar, as well as White Alba Truffle, Iberico pork noodles and freshly baked sweet treats. Don’t leave without ordering the Chiltern Firehouse Mary Celeste, Tannery Ten Gin served with mignonette and oyster.
The Northhall at Corinthia Hotel London
The ultimate stylish Sunday champagne brunch can be had Corinthia Hotel’s The Northall. From grilled native lobster and scrambled eggs to crème Brulee, guests can enjoy a three-course brunch and a glass of Laurent-Perrier Champagne against a live backing track of jazz.
Fox and Anchor
The Fox and Anchor is a gorgeous traditional pub with boutique rooms in the heart of London. Food is traditional with a retro touch – think gipsy eggs, the full monty, smoked haddock and wild rice kedgeree and eggs. Those with an almighty appetite will want to go for the the city boy breakfast which features eggs,