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The funkiest hotel in London, located in the funky Southwark, is the picture of affordable luxury. All rooms are non-smoking and offer king size beds, Vitra design furniture, safe in every room, free WiFi, wall-to-wall windows, free movies on demand, electronic window blinds and a tablet mood pad (Samsung tablet which allows you to control the room: the television, the blinds, temperature, lighting and wake-up alarm themes and which you can use to log into your Facebook account or other social media websites), among many other facilities.

You cannot make a reservation by phone or by email because you need a credit card – only online booking is possible. Free cancellation is also possible and the average price per night is surprisingly affordable for this modern hotel which can be easily mistaken for a piece of art.

All rooms can be accessed by wheelchair and the hotel even has some rooms which are fully adapted for people with special needs. The bathroom space will make you wish you didn’t have to leave, as all the amenities are created by luxury perfumers such as Viktor & Rolf and Helmut Lang.

On its first floor, the hotel offers a meeting space that can accommodate 2 to 12 people, so if you want to bring your work with you while you travel, you can do just that. The room has state of the art audio-visual equipment and the main meeting room can be converted into a theater that can accommodate up to 35 people.

In the Local Area

It will take you ten minutes to get to the tube station and another 10 to arrive in central London. Lovely, isn’t it? And if you prefer to visit the surroundings of this secret hotel, you should do so, because you won’t get bored. London Tate Modern Museum is just two steps away from the hotel – Tate is the most visited modern art gallery in the world, with around 5 million visitors every year. It is a fascinating museum that requires your undivided attention. You will not leave unsatisfied!

This secret hotel is located in the Southbank, so you have easy access to the London Eye (London’s giant Ferris wheel that will give you the best view in the world), Covent Garden (a popular shopping site) and Southbank by bus or by walking. The South bank area is known for its eclecticism and funk and it is brimming with amazing bars and great restaurants.


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