The Hoxton Hotel London

“This stylish City hotel fits right in to the vibrant East London scene, with the perfect mix of style and attitude. Modern minimalist rooms with garden views and unique touches. The Hoxton Grill, a local favourite is well worth checking out. Unbeatable location.”

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“Once a kind of no-man’s land between the City and the North East London boroughs of Hackney and Stoke Newington, Hoxton, like its neighbour Shoreditch have become hugely fashionable in recent years. There is a case for saying that “The Hox”, as the Hoxton Hotel styles itself, is one of the fountainheads of Hoxton chic, but that would give the wrong impression. Describing a place as super-fashionable makes that place sound chilly, forbidding and likely to over-charge. This is not the case here. The Hoxton, like its predecessor the Shoreditch Hotel is something of a mould-breaker, and from the range of languages overheard in the lift, word about value and vibe has spread internationally. With its interestingly varied furnishings – medieval fireplaces against bare brick walls, slouchy leather sofas and piles of books and vinyl discs lying around in the public areas, The Hox is far more inviting than many, less trendy spots, especially that are handy for London’s financial epicentre. The guys at the desk tapping at their Apple Macs may have the beards and sharp haircuts that define the Hoxton look, but , but they embody an easy informal friendliness, also embodied in nice touches like the paper breakfast bags - beautiful graphic design of course - that are intended to be hung outside the door for early morning delivery of yogurt, banana and orange juice (a bigger breakfast is of course optional). And the rooms? Very interesting – in a good way. From the herring-boned parquet floors to the large circular mirrors to the big leather armchair, to the fully-stocked bookshelf (a random selection ranging from “chick-lit” to 18th Century poetry), these are rooms full of character as well as convenience. The subliminal message is not: “how much can we extract from you during your stay”, more like “we know you find most hotel rooms boring, so how about this?”
It all started when, sick of being ripped off in hotels, founder of sandwich chain Pret a Manger, Sinclair Beecham set out to created a fair one in a brand-new building. He has succeeded brilliantly, and the group has gone from strength to strength”

Written by  Colin Donald

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They say

“The Hoxton hotel, where urban living meets country lodge lounging, opened in London on Friday 1st September 2006. With roaring fires and cool cocktails, Frette linen and flat screen TVs, sumptuous duck down duvets and free WiFi and amazing bar & restaurant the "Hoxton Grille". Even more amazing are the cheap rates.
Close to Old Street tube and the City of London, The Hoxton provides easy access to Moorgate, Finsbury Square and Liverpool Street and is staggering distance from some of London's best bars, restaurants and clubs. The Hoxton is a no smoking hotel.”

Other reviews

Sunday Times Ultimate 100 British Hotels 2014

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The Hoxton, Shoreditch

"The staff are helpful without being annoying, the much-copied exposed brick and concrete lobby has open fires and big sofas and tables."

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)

What's Nearby

Facilities

Walking distance restaurants
Rooms with balcony/terrace
Car not required
Bicycles available
Free.
Bar
Family Suites
Safe
Conference facilities
Business Centre
Outdoor dining
Meeting Room
Good wine list
Sit-out Terrace
No pets
Games room
Table Tennis.
Free wifi
Child friendly
Children of all ages welcome.
Garden
Restaurant
Room service
Light breakfast is served to your room each morning.
Disabled access
Wifi
In room music system
Satellite / Cable TV
Concierge
Suites
Air conditioning

Activities

Local markets
Spittalfields Market is a great place for food stalls, boutique shops and the early risers might catch the flower market.
Other Activities
Notorious Brick Lane, on the weekends, is a hub for live music, vintage clothes shopping and food market.
Cycling
Free bikes available from the hotel, an ideal way to explore the city.
Great walks
London Fields on a lazy summers day is the perfect place to take your book and relax.
Sights nearby
Nearby Liverpool Street is where you will find the Gherkin, the Shard and other skyscrapers that make up The City's skyline.
Close to nightlife
East London is known for its warehouse parties, popular bars and fashionable restaurants.

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208 rooms from $211 per night

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Recommended for

City Style
A understated yet chic hotel in hip Hoxton- home to artists, city slickers and students.
Local exploring
Check out the buzzy restaurants and bars, vintage shops and yummy food markets of East London.

Activities

Local markets
Spittalfields Market is a great place for food stalls, boutique shops and the early risers might catch the flower market.
Other Activities
Notorious Brick Lane, on the weekends, is a hub for live music, vintage clothes shopping and food market.
Cycling
Free bikes available from the hotel, an ideal way to explore the city.
Great walks
London Fields on a lazy summers day is the perfect place to take your book and relax.
Sights nearby
Nearby Liverpool Street is where you will find the Gherkin, the Shard and other skyscrapers that make up The City's skyline.
Close to nightlife
East London is known for its warehouse parties, popular bars and fashionable restaurants.

Other highlights

Rooms with balcony/terrace
Less £
Family Suites
Lively
Conference facilities
Lively area
House party feel
Good wine list
Full of character
Sit-out Terrace
Organic food
Designer
Views
Free wifi
Child friendly
Children of all ages welcome.
Quirky
Chic
Boutique
Artworks
Restaurant
Disabled access
Romantic
Intimate
Charming
Contemporary

Hotel size

208 rooms
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