It is estimated that London has around 123,000 hotels in and around it. There were more than 70,000 hotels which are three and five-star hotels at the time of 2012 Olympics, within 10 kilometers of Central London. While there was a small fall for Kensington and Chelsea. The West End, especially Mayfair and Soho has many luxurious hotels. London's five star hotels are comparatively small when compared to International standards; even the largest has only 494 rooms. There are few hotels that were built for traditional purposes, such as the Dorchester, the Savoy, and the Ritz. Recently, in the 19th and early 20th century, few office buildings were converted into hotels. Few are the Renaissance Chancery Court and the One Aldwych. Along with these, there are modern boutique designer hotels and modern purpose-built chain hotels, Townhouse hotels. Generally, London hotels are vibrant and they witness the culture of England. Hotels are comparatively modern from other backward countries. Most of the hotels in London provide all the basic amenities to their customers, such as room services, laundry, food and beverages and Wi-Fi facilities. Most of the hotels have a bar associated with it. And most of them are safe to stay.