91. 6 suitable for disabled.
Lift, bar, restaurant (pre- and post-theatre menus), drawing room, library, private dining/meeting rooms, bowling-alley events space, cinema, spa, gym, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV, civil wedding licence, rooftop terrace and garden, valet parking (charge).
All ages welcomed (amenities, treats, entertainment).
Room from £318. Breakfast from £13.
VisitEngland Five Star Hotel
Good Hotel Guide Review
Convenient for Soho and the bright lights of Theatreland, this modern, purpose-built hotel bursts with artful joie de vivre. The large building – the splashiest of the Firmdale bunch – horseshoes around a tree-filled courtyard, where a towering bronze Tony Cragg sculpture greets guests. Inside, the public spaces have much to look at: vivid fabrics, quirky furniture and contemporary works by an international roster of artists. Chic bedrooms have floor-to-ceiling windows with city or courtyard views; a handsome granite-and-oak bathroom. Peruse the well-stocked library; follow the neon diver to the basement bar; slip on to a banquette in the vast restaurant for lunch or dinner. On a balmy day, head up to the rooftop terrace to peer at the beehives, then soak in the buzz of the city from high above. (Underground: Piccadilly Circus)