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The London EDITION brings together the integrity and character of a historic building with a simple, sophisticated design, creating an elegant environment of charisma and ease.
The London EDITION brings together the integrity and character of a historic building with a simple, sophisticated design, creating an elegant environment of charisma and ease. With 173 rooms, two bars, meeting rooms, a buzzing lobby, and Jason Atherton’s Berners Tavern restaurant, the hotel acts as a dynamic hub where guests and visitors can work, relax, socialize, and dine—all under one roof.
Whitewaller recommends: Food and beverage options at the hotel remain closed due to COVID-19 amid the pandemic through May 17, although each room offers tea and coffee makers, a fully stocked mini fridge, and disinfectant wipes and face masks available in all rooms on request.
Ace Hotel London incorporates a wide range of design influences and each of the 258 guest rooms feels like a friend’s Shoreditch apartment.
The hotel occupies one of London's first purpose-built fire stations and is also home to Chiltern Firehouse restaurant, which offers contemporary, ingredient-focused food.
The Groucho Club is London’s original private members’ club for the creative arts industries.
Known as the world's first luxury boutique hotel, Blakes Hotel boasts 44 rooms and suites, and offers guests popular all-day dining options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The Ned offers 250 bedrooms, ten restaurants, a range of grooming services, and Ned’s Club.
The Connaught is home to 121 rooms, suites, and signature suites, as well as a spa, five restaurants and bars and its own art collection.
h Club London is a private members’ club in the heart of Covent Garden for people in the creative industries.
The Zetter Townhouse is a quirky 13-bedroom Georgian townhouse hotel, featuring collectibles, taxidermy and Victoriana.