Carefully restored with many original features and a Grade 2 listed building, the hotel once operated as the second oldest magistrate's court in England and still features many unusual original touches such as several impressive Robert Adam's fireplaces. Business guests may take advantage of the conference facilities.
Set in the heart of bustling Soho, just minutes from famous London streets like Oxford and Regent Street, guests will find this attractive, newly refurbished hotel. Charing Cross train station is 1.2 km from the hotel and nearby airports include London City (17 km), London Heathrow (27 km), London Gatwick (52 km), London Luton (54 km) and London Stansted (72 km).
Guests are sure to feel at home in the comfortable, contemporary guest rooms, which features a luxurious king-size or queen-size bed. They can catch up on work at the large desk with wireless Internet access or enjoy the cable television channels on the 27-inch LCD TV. Each room also has an en suite bathroom.
The hotel offers exquisite service and dining and cocktail venues worthy of a London accommodation. The busy and lively Carnaby brasserie is a favourite with the locals, as well as guests, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. The Waiting Room also serves breakfast. For fine dining, the Michelin-recommended Silk restaurant offers Asian-inspired cuisine served in the old Number One courtroom, where accused individuals ranging from Napoleon III to Sir Mick Jagger have stood before the still-present judges' bench. For a sophisticated cocktail service, the bar delivers a relaxed ambiance along with sought-after exclusive seating in three booths that were previously used as holding cells. Breakfast is served each morning and set menu options are available for lunch and dinner.
MasterCard and VISA are accepted as methods of payment.
By car from Heathrow Airport - Take the M4 Eastbound following signs for the city centre, follow the road along Hyde Park through Kensington and go straight across at Hyde Park Corner. Follow Piccadilly to Piccadilly Circus and then turn left onto Regents Street. The hotel is the last left.