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Hotels in London Soho

The West End neighborhood of Soho contains more restaurants, clubs and bars than any other in London. Known as the center of the city’s gay community, it’s bordered by Chinatown, the theater district of Piccadilly Circus, and by Oxford Street, the most popular shopping boulevard in Europe.


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Dean Street Townhouse & Dining Room
69 – 71 Dean Street, London W1D 3SE
Georgian townhouse with rooms in three sizes (small medium, large), rain showers and toiletries from the local Cowshed spa. On-site restaurant features modern British cuisine with foods locally sourced from within the UK.

Sanctum Soho Hotel
20 Warwick Street, Soho, London W1B 5NF
On-site restaurant serving modern British cuisine; 5th floor bar and (non-smoke-free) roof garden; art deco screening room; free wi-fi; gym access. Rooms range from small “crash pads” to two-bedroom suites.

The Soho Hotel
4 Richmond Mews, London, W1D 3DH
Featuring huge Botero sculptures and the cheery/hip Refuel bar and restaurant (which features both afternoon tea and one of the best Pimm’s Cup cocktails in the city). Its screening rooms belie its proximity to several London film studios. It features a full-service spa and gym, and elegantly streamlined, quiet rooms range from doubles to suites.

6 Frith Street, Soho Square, London W1D 3JA
Assembled from a group of historic Georgia townhouses, this famously literary-themed hotel offers a cozy and well-stocked library beside a fireplace. It has single and double rooms, as well as suites. Breakfast, which features fresh-baked croissants, adds £10.95 per guest.


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