Overview

What should a room look like in a unique and slightly luscious hotel? Like a beautiful guest room in the house of some stylish friends, we think. But each one should look like a beautiful room in a different house, with each house belonging to equally stylish but quite different friends. No two the same, all of them gorgeous.

We think these rooms should make you feel perfectly at home, yet utterly indulged, all at the same time. We don’t think that’s too much to ask…

Four Poster Suite

Fancy some luxury? How does this sound? The four-poster’s a giant, seven-foot square of bed, the L-shaped seating area overlooks Russel Square and the bathroom’s huge: double walk-through shower, chaise longue, overlooking the gardens. Who will it suit? Anyone who

Junior Suite

These are open-plan suites which began life as Georgian drawing-rooms: King beds, high ceilings, decorative fireplace, spacious seating area and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Russel Street. They’ll even take roll-away beds for children if you need them.

Deluxe

These are our most spacious double rooms. Their comfortable sofa area means relaxing in here’s easy; many of them also have King or twin beds, and some can accommodate a child’s roll-away bed too. As versatile as a Swiss Army knife, but

Superior

Lovely and comfy and bigger than our Classic rooms, the Superior has room for a sofa and coffee table, and some are available with twin beds.

Classic

If rooms came in a tin, our Classics would do what it says on it: individually designed, their classical Georgian roots blend easily with a contemporary feel. They’re comfortable, stylish, ensuite doubles.

Club

These are our smallest double rooms, perfect if you’re staying solo, ideal if you don’t fancy a soak (the ensuite shower room has no bath tub).