'A real find.' Opposite the Philharmonic Hall, this striking, modern hotel is spread across two buildings: a 19th-century carriage works in the style of a Venetian palazzo, and an adjacent conversion, whose sixth-floor conference facilities have 'fantastic' views over the city. 'Very pleasant and tastefully decorated', the hotel is owned and managed by David Brewitt. Minimalist bedrooms in both buildings have wooden floors, under-floor heating and cherry wood furniture. In The London Carriage Works restaurant, chef Paul Askew cooks modern international dishes. 'We enjoyed everything enormously.' Reading room, bar, restaurant; lift; gym, treatment rooms. Parking nearby (£10 charge). Civil wedding licence; function facilities. Children, and dogs (£30 charge), welcomed. 89 bedrooms (some suitable for disabled). B&B £54.50--£105 per person; penthouse £670; D,B&B £74.50--£115
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