Dean Street Townhouse London (West End)

“Elegant Georgian townhouse in London's vibrant Soho district. Stylish rooms are designed with panache, and focus on the young and fashionable business and leisure traveler. All British food all day at the snazzy restaurant. A true gem in the heart of the UK's capital city. ”

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“In the same Soho House stable as Chiswick House, Shoreditch Rooms and Babington House in Somerset, all recommended by us, Dean Street Townhouse brings very pretty, wonderfully comfortable and mercifully ungimmicky bedrooms, plus a buzzing, warmly welcoming restaurant serving down to earth ‘new old fashioned’ food to the heart of Soho. The white-painted building’s Georgian heritage has not been forgotten in both the style and details of the rooms, which range from "Tiny" (but perfectly formed and affordable) to "Bigger", all user friendly and brilliantly thought out, with subtle extra touches. Honeymooners would love the tiny Broom Cupboard.”

Written by  Fiona Duncan

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Facilities

In room DVD
Car not required
Bar
Towelling robes
Safe
Free wifi
Walking distance restaurants
No pets
Sit-out Terrace
Good wine list
Wifi
Restaurant
Superb restaurant.
Disabled access
Satellite / Cable TV
In room music system
Four poster beds

Activities

Learning
The National Portrait Gallery is home to some of the worlds most famous works of art.
Other Activities
St James Park is just off the Pall Mall and a great place to catch your breath from the hustle and bustle.
Local markets
Berwick Street in Soho has a daily food stall market worth checking out.
Great walks
Head south towards Trafalgar Square and to Enbankment where you will find the Thames - the perfect guide to mapping out London.
Sights nearby
Picadilly Circus is closeby and a great place to check out what is on at the theatres in the West End.
Designer Shopping
Head north to Oxford Street for a world of shops and retail therapy.
Close to nightlife
Soho is home to live music, bars, clubs and theatres.

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39 rooms from $226 per night

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Recommended for

City Style
Grown up and sophisticated style, in a hip part of town- think mahogany fourposters, clawfooted tubs and Farrow & Ball Duck Egg.
Foodies
Mouthwatering modern British cuisine, always interesting, varied and au point. Afternoon tea is a London favourite.

Activities

Learning
The National Portrait Gallery is home to some of the worlds most famous works of art.
Other Activities
St James Park is just off the Pall Mall and a great place to catch your breath from the hustle and bustle.
Local markets
Berwick Street in Soho has a daily food stall market worth checking out.
Great walks
Head south towards Trafalgar Square and to Enbankment where you will find the Thames - the perfect guide to mapping out London.
Sights nearby
Picadilly Circus is closeby and a great place to check out what is on at the theatres in the West End.
Designer Shopping
Head north to Oxford Street for a world of shops and retail therapy.
Close to nightlife
Soho is home to live music, bars, clubs and theatres.

Other highlights

Free wifi
Lively
Sit-out Terrace
Full of character
Good wine list
Lively area
Romantic
Townhouse
Restaurant
Superb restaurant.
Artworks
The restaurant holds pieces by Peter Blake and Tracy Emin.
Boutique
Chic
Disabled access
Contemporary
Luxury
Four poster beds
Intimate

Hotel size

39 rooms
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