- Type: Luxury Hotel
- Summary: Offers a quintessentially English style with a modern twist
- Feature: Located just off Oxford Street in the heart of the West End
- Rooms: 173 guest rooms and suites
- Nearest airport: London Heathrow Airport
Location and transfer
The hotel is in the heart of London's West End, located just off Oxford Street. It is approximately 40 minutes from London Heathrow Airport by private car transfer.
Situated in the historic, bohemian neighbourhood of Fitzrovia, just north of Soho, The London EDITION boasts a location that is in a hub of arts and culture - as well as a lively shopping and dining scene. The hotel sits just off London's bustling Oxford Street, but the smaller streets of Soho offer a more laid-back atmosphere and some hidden shopping gems. Surrounding roads offer endless cuisines in a vast choice of restaurants and intriguing galleries close by offer the element of culture to visitors.
Dining & Gourmet
A particularly sought-after spot amongst London's extensive dining scene, The London EDITION's Berners Tavern restaurant combines historical charm with a modern sophistication whilst serving an all-day menu of contemporary British cuisine. The hotel also features the Punch Room - modelled around London's 19th century clubs - where you can enjoy thirty speciality punches to the soundtrack of vintage soul and blues music. New tea concept, Scandal Water, is a bespoke experience here, inspired by the vintage tea-drinking traditions of London's High Society, and featuring light bites and tea-based tipples for Afternoon Tea.
Culture & History
The area of Fitzrovia is brimming with history, as beautiful Georgian and Edwardian buildings blend with the more contemporary along some of London's oldest residential streets. Former residents include the painters John Constable, Augustus John and Walter Sickert, while Dylan Thomas lived in the area and Thomas Chippendale had a shop here. London's iconic BT Tower (in Cleveland Street) is Fitzrovia's noteable architectural treasure. Visit Pollocks Toy Museum to marvel and reminisce at features of childhood's past or visit urban art galleries - such as Jacques or White Rainbow galleries - which offer an insight into contemporary art scenes. Phonica Records, meanwhile, is one of the best places in London to seek out vintage vinyl.
London is a hive of activity for adults and children alike. Many of the city's popular landmarks are easily accessible on foot or via public transport from The London EDITION, meaning families can head out and explore to their heart's content. From cultural attractions, such as Tate Modern and the National History Museum, to the tempting toy haven that awaits in Harrods department store, children are sure to enjoy this city's vast offering of fun and adventure.