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301 Cricklewood Broadway, Cricklewood, London NW2 6PG
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Vibrant, up and coming area, and the Hoxton itself is a superb choice for your stay, bars and restaurant are around the corner, the hotel itself is excellent, very comfortable, sophisticated and answers every need of any type of guest.
I managed to get a room in the famous £1 sale and it coincided with an event I was travelling down to London for anyway.
Despite it being located in a very unassuming area, I actually found this even more of an appealing feature; a nice, luxurious haven in a bustling part of London that is a little edgy.
The reception area looks modern, trendy and cool, and checkin was easy. I was located in a 2nd floor room and was able to find it easily, and I took my free broadsheet newspaper up with me.
The room is of a modest but not too small or cramped size. There is everything you need, and more, and the design makes maximum use of the space.
It is rare to find a room with a hairdryer so I was grateful to have one at my disposal as it saves a lot of room in my bag. There were various drinks, to be had as well as some milk and bottled water in the mini fridge.
The bathroom was gorgeous and I really appreciated the Aveda products and the soap which came home with me. The shower is powerful yet unlike some similarly powerful ones it’s not aggressive.
My favourite feature was the massive bed which was sinfully soft and comfortable and which I could barely manage to leave. The free Wifi was also very welcome.
The decor of the room was cool and tasteful and very relaxing. I did not make use of the bar but I did enjoy the free breakfast, which was worth more than the cost of the room; a little bag from Pret A Manger containing a banana, a pot of granola, fruit and yoghurt, and a bottle of fresh orange juice.
Overall, I would stay here again for certain and would even consider paying full price (or at least the £59 rooms). I aim to get myself another stay in their next “sale.” Fastest finger first!!
The Bar and Grill / recpetion-lounge area is a great place to pop in for a cocktail (martini) before hitting the bars in the area. Dresscode is relaxed so weather you're in your trainers and t-shirt or maybe coming from the office in a suit (do people still have to wear these to work - ha), you'll feel comfortable.
I would say this is more of a winter location as the fireplaces at either end really add to the atmosphere and we went in once last summer and it seemed we should be outside enjoying the light.
The modern hotel is something of a rarity in a large city – it's affordable and homely yet stylish. The breakfast/dining room is in a glass-covered extension overlooking the garden, and there is a surprisingly slick bar area, open 24 hours, where you can order cocktails while you slave over a hot laptop. The 25 rooms are carefully designed to make the best use of available space with good showers and beds. The pay-off is its address – although there are several Underground stations within walking distance you are not in a central location.
An unbeatable address if you want to hang out in Soho, walk back from Theatreland or stroll to the British Museum. East meets west here, in one of the capital's first boutiques (opened in 1999). The interior of 78-room myhotel with attention to the principles of Feng Shui. The residents-only library is a Zen sanctuary, there is a treatment room, energy zone with exercise equipment and as well as a 24-hour bar serving food, the hotel now has its own branch of Yo! Sushi – London's conveyor-belt Japanese food chain. The top floor suite – named "myplace" – has a roof terrace with panoramic city views.
A warren of bijou quirky, character-packed rooms hewn from two Dickensian buildings, this hotel is a stone's throw from Smithfield meat market, the Old Bailey, Fabric nightclub and a host of hot restaurants. The antithesis of modern minimalism, expect wood panelling, flagstone floors, antiques, faded rugs and real fires. The cosy sitting room has an honesty bar with tiny conservatory and terrace off it for breakfast. Each air-conditioned room has a bathroom gleaming with beautifully restored period sanitaryware. Farringdon Underground Station, on the Circle Line, puts all major railway stations within reach.
This restaurant with rooms, a short cab ride from the new Eurostar terminal at St Pancras, pulls off contemporary design around a spectacular central atrium within a 19th-century warehouse. It was opened in 2004 by the people behind fashionable restaurant Moro – in nearby Exmouth Market – and The Zetter's Mediterranean restaurant similarly buzzes day and night. There are 59 rooms, a mixture of exposed brick and lofty windows, Seventies furnishings, walk-in "raindance" showers, vibrant accent colours and hand-printed wall panels. Room categories range from modest guest rooms to top floor studios with sundecks.
Don't be discouraged by the unprepossessing exterior, inside you'll find Frette linen, flat-screen TVs, cocktails and bistro-style dining. If you want to stay in the City of London's Square Mile, this "urban lodge" as it calls itself, is a modern bolthole. Brought to guests by the entrepreneur behind fast food sandwich chain, Pret a Manger, the idea behind The Hoxton is affordable luxury for business travellers with rooms rentable by the day, but its comfort levels and location work for holidaymakers too: the curry houses of Brick Lane, Tower of London and performances at the Barbican are within easy reach.
A 20-room B&B with a difference – you can pay by the night, in the normal way, or if you think you might become a regular you can invest in a room. In return you get to use it 52 nights per year and receive a rental return the rest of the time. Media types rub shoulders with switched-on tourists in this converted now sleek with wood, leather and pristine bedlinen. Deluxe doubles and Terrace rooms are ensuite with wireless broadband and flatscreen TVs. In summer the main terrace is a popular hangout for locals between bouts of shopping.
Models, the pop fraternity and those in the know retire behind the low-key entrance to this elegant neo-classical mansion off the famous Portobello Road. Forget pared-down functionalism, this place is all about sexy indulgence among drapes, flounces, potted palms and four-poster beds with splendid dashes of oriental exoticism for good measure. The bathrooms – with their Heath Robinsonesque Victoriana – are legendary. There is a restaurant and bar, 24-hour room service, and discounts at sister restaurant Julie's, in Holland Park. Or just chill in the peaceful mature garden or with free evening membership at arty local Cobden Club.
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rajesh9019515193, 23 October 2012:
Love this place for breakfast!The eggs benedict are to die for. My wife loves the crispy bacon and pancakes with maple syrup.
Worth a trip down to at the weekend.
Be aware sometimes service can be a little slow.
Hoxton Bar and Grill at the Hoxton hotel - chilled out bar, huge loftesque space, coolbie crowd but best of all in my humble opinion - not one but TWO fireplaces. As a self confessed fireplace fanatic, I couldnt get enough of it. Do not underestimate how good it is to feel your toes at the end of a freezing cold night in London.
standards rooms are a little bit small, but with all confirt and nice designed bathroom, bar and cocktails are very nice, so is the music on thursday/friday. restaurant is cheap and good, wines are a bit on the low side. They have a very nice terrasse/yard where you can have a drink and diner. very nice place, all well priced
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Visited the bar for a quiet drink with two friends on a Saturday afternoon and was pleasantly surprised (given its proximity to shoreditch) by relaxed, quiet ambience, with sofas and friendly staff and good prosecco and snacks.
Cool, well thought-out hotel in a great location. "Urban lodge" is a perfect description. Has everything you want - great beds, showers and facilities - and nothing you don't.
We took advantage of a cut-price deal to have a mini-break in North London (!) and it was great, and worth every penny (all £29 of them!) They do occasionally have a £1 room sale which is definitely worth looking out for.
Their ethos is to not rip you off in the way hotels usually do, and it works. They have a refreshing approach which is a nice change for a hotel especially in the heart of London. Staff are friendly and efficient. Didn't try the restaurant but food looked good and it was pretty busy even late on Sunday evening.
Bar prices pretty typical for an upmarket bar - cocktails were v good (look out for service charge if you have table service - though there's no pressure to). The bar was a good, cosy place to hang out and watch the local wildlife!!
A modern and well thought out place.
Great service from friendly staff. Food was great and the place was very busy. DJ playing all the right tunes as we ate.
The hotel rooms are modern and simple. A place to be if you are visiting London and want to be in the thick of it without being in the West End.
A trendy and unsnobby joint. Very well positioned in the heart of Shoreditch near all the bars, club and restaurants.
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