Courthouse Hotel London

Set within walking distance to Oxford street, Soho, Piccadilly and more, The Courthouse Hotel will not be beaten in terms of location. From check-in to check-out – everything is what one would expect from a hotel of this standing: professional, courteous, friendly and unobtrusive.

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The lobby area is firmly modernist: pleasant, open and welcoming immediately transporting guests from the busy London streets to a more quiet and tranquil escape.

Rooms vary from the classic option, which are still beautifully upholstered, to more luxurious options such as the Lalique penthouse suite if you have some extra change in your pocket. All rooms are spacious and well appointed, with comfortable king-sized and twin beds. Sparkling bathrooms care filled with top of the range toiletries and if you’re lucky, the higher rooms offer terrific views across the capital.

 

Major draws for the hotel are the rooftop terrace and beautiful Silk restaurant, which carries some of the old courthouse features. Tip order the vegetarian Tandoori Paneer followed by the Mango Creme Brûleè with Red Fruit Compote, you will not leave disappointed.

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In terms of value for money, the menu is reasonably priced especially when you take into consideration the surroundings. From the attentive staff to the general bonhomie The Courthouse Hotel should certainly be at the top of the list for your next London adventure.

Free Wi-Fi is included as standard.

Rating: 4/5

To book: http://www.courthouse-hotel.com
Tel: 020 7297 5555
Email: info@courthouse-hotel.com

Address:19-21 Great Marlborough Street, London, W1F 7HL

 

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