Soho’s numerous bars and clubs already caters for the 24-hour crowd, but now you can stay out all night in luxury at The Soho Hotel, which offers discerning Londoners a taste of 5-star city living from breakfast to dinner
After years of losing out to East London, Soho has finally got its groove back as one of our city’s most vibrant neighbourhoods. Situated in the heart of Soho, between Dean and Wardour Street, The Soho Hotel is one of the area’s best places to visit, day and night.
The hotel, which opened in 1994, is the brainchild of hoteliers Tim and Kit Kemp, and boasts 96 bedrooms and suites plus six private apartments. Personally designed by Kit, every room is different, styled with a colourful, comfortable London look.
Downstairs in Refuel, the bustling all-day bar and restaurant, Kemp has created a welcoming, eclectic space that’s perfect for everything from a quick pre-shopping coffee to a fun Sunday brunch or lively Soho dinner out with friends. The bar itself is also a perfect meeting place for a cocktail (or two), served by friendly and knowledgeable staff.
If you’re looking for the perfect place to stay in W1, The Soho Hotel won’t disappoint. Each of the hotel rooms offers a great night’s sleep in the hotel’s famously comfortable beds and gym bunnies can keep up their fitness routines at in-house gym Soholistic, where you will find the very latest Life Fitness strength and aerobic machines. The hotel also offers guests two beauty treatment rooms with a varied menu to lie back and relax, using Temple Spa products.
And if you’re thinking of hosting a big party or looking for an events space with a difference, The Soho Hotel offers a host of options, from private rooms, to the private Crimson Bar and even two private screening rooms.
The Soho Hotel, 4 Richmond Mews W1D 3DH; 020 7559 3000; sohohotel.com