Set in a former magistrate’s court, this upscale hotel has Carnaby Street shops and historic Liberty department store on its doorstep. The nearest tube station is Oxford Circus, just 3 minutes away.
High-end rooms and suites have contemporary decor and feature Italian bathrooms, safes, minibars, WiFi and flat-screen TVs. Suites occupy what were once the Judges’ quarters and include original Robert Adams fireplaces and oak flooring.
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Great location in London. Large room with large bed, desk, armchair, dressing table, large dresser with large TV. Elegant bath. We were concerned with the negative reviews before we arrived. We were delighted to see our room. A little dated but elegant and comfortable. The safe battery was low and there is a little peeling paint in the bathroom. But who cares? Easily twice the size of our last hotel room in London. A very good value for central London.
Convenient location and good service makes this a sensible choice of you want to be Central to things. Breakfast is ridiculously expensive in our humble opinion. With so many other options for breakfast shop elsewhere. The old holding cells for the Magistrates Court sport some big names ex guests and bar is fun place to hangout. With considering on London trips.
We recently stayed at this hotel for 15 nights. We loved our stay here. In the heart of the happening area of London. Opposite to Carnaby Place, walking distance from Oxford Street, Regent Street, Palladium Theater etc.. We we're very comfortable and at home. The staff were courteous and helpful. The experience was great. It was a memorable stay. Highly recommended.
Absolutely fabulous afternoon tea with a lovely glass of champagne. Food was excellent and we were celebrating my friends birthday. They had extra chocolate souffle for him. He enjoyed it but the tea was so good that he could not have everything. Perhaps a little gift, postcard of the hotel would be a lovely momento of the day. Couldn't fault it.
We checked into this hotel after our wedding on the south coast thinking it would top off the perfect weekend.
We thought we would treat ourselves to a stay in a London 5 star hotel opposite amazing restaurants and shopping. What could go wrong. Well apparently a lot.
Let’s get one thing straight. This is not a 5 star hotel. The location is great but beyond that it offers nothing. Rooms are so far below standard when you are paying £225 pounds a night, you would expect nothing but an amazing experience.
And what we got was a horrid room, and had nothing more than what I have had at a Travelodge or premier inn.
I would not recommend staying here and can only hope no one makes the same mistake me and my partner did.