This is a groovy hotel in a fantastic location. Harpers & Queen magazine described the hotel as London's chicest hotel.According to the Evening Standard newspaper,it's London's hottest crash pad for style slaves.Rooms are crammed with quirky eccentricities and equipped with en suite facilities, direct dial phones and satellite TV. The hotel is popular in the fashion, media and music world. A diverse collection of bands, pop stars and actors have visited the hotel, and it has now become a popular location for photo and fashion shoots. Truly unforgettable.
Ideally situated in the Paddington area, with the main line and underground station just around the corner. A leisurely stroll or a short bus ride will take you right into the heart of London.
18 kms to the airport (london heathrow airport)
24 kms to the airport (london gatwick airport)
4 minute walk to the nearest metro station (edgeware road)
Close to the station (paddington)
2 minute walk to the nearest bus stop
5 km to the nearest fair site (earls court)
All the 29 rooms are small or medium-sized and individually themed to project a funky and glamorous image. The themes and sizes vary from Casablanca Nights to Secret Garden or Gold Finger, but every room has been designed and painstakingly decorated, paying attention to detail.
The hotel doesnt have a restaurant as such, but a lovely room where guests can have their breakfast.
Built originally in the 1850s, this is an elegant Victorian listed townhouse.
The lobby is small but bright and decorated in a spectacular style.