The place to be when staying in London
After settling into Shoreditch in 2006 and Holborn in 2014, The Hoxton opened its eighth address on the banks of the Thames, in the former industrial district of Southwark, a district that has since become lively and cosmopolitan.
A massive industrial building called Wedge House was converted by the creative people at Ennismore (the Hoxton’s parent company), into the ideal location for a city break in London.
The 14-story hotel, designed in brick and glass, is topped by a panoramic terrace from which you can admire London’s skyline. As soon as you arrive, you’ll notice one of the key elements put in the decor, relaxation: the lobby with its comfortable sofas and armchairs, the palm trees, the dim lighting…
The hotel offers 192 rooms divided into five categories: Shoebox, Snug, Cosy, Roomy and Biggy. Padded headboards bring a touch of softness to this industrial environment: bronze faucets, large Crittall style windows, brass lighting fixtures, concrete ceilings, patterned tiles, and brick walls. On the nightstands, you’ll find a connected sound system and a resolutely vintage dial phone. Handcrafted objects can be found scattered throughout the bedrooms and common areas.
The Hoxton Southwark offers two restaurants. Albie, a neighborhood restaurant open all day long, inspired by the French and Italian Rivieras. The Seabird, a huge seafood bar located on the hotel rooftop, serving single oysters from England and Scotland. The Hoxton Southwark is a hybrid between a hotel and a co-working space.
Six of the fourteen floors consist solely of offices, meeting rooms, and a wellness area, which is scheduled to open in early 2020.
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Double room from 200 € per night during low season.