Where: Tucked away within the boho chic quarter of London’s Westbourne Grove.

What: An art historian’s heaven, antiques expert Martin Miller’s sumptuous 18th century style boutique hotel offers the personality, charm and grandeur of a private residence.

Why: Miller knows a thing or two about art and antiques. As a keen collector and leading authority for more than 40 years, this intimate destination, crammed with original objets d’art – some dating back to the 18th century - feels more like home than a hotel. Miller’s expert eye, paired with his flair for glamour has made this a favorite location among photographers and stylists.

Each of the eight en-suite bedrooms, all named after an English romantic poet, has its own unique style. The Keats room reflects the poet’s romantic nature, while the Wordsworth contains French boudoir pieces as a nod to his days in Paris during his youth. With free evening drinks in the main salon and the knowledgeable proprietor on hand, this is one cultural destination not to be missed.