I was in London for an environmental award ceremony and needed a prime location to the Royal Geographic Hall which brought me to The Levin. When Harrod’s Food Hall is your local grocer you’re in for a London experience like no other. The Levin is half a block away the world famous department store, yet virtually hidden from any hustle n’ bustle of tourism on the high street. It maintains a quintessential British grace and comfort with all the ‘mod cons’ (modern conveniences for you Americans out there reading this). With just twelve rooms in this luxe boutique townhouse of 1930’s elegance, all bathrooms have heated floors, and the mini-bar is stocked like no other. I spoke to a few guests over breakfast at The Metro restaurant attached and found they were all repeat visitors. The Levin has a strong dedicated following and I’ll be adding my name to that list.