Song you should listen to when you arrive:
Jean du Voyage ft. Djéla and Pierre Harmegnies – “Blue Moon”
The lighting concept in the guest rooms.
The lighting is not easy to handle.
Something you will not find anywhere else:
The hotel’s homemade nutritious granola bar.
Best time of the day:
Nighttime, when the live neo-jazz band is playing.
Dimmed, moody, upbeat, classic.
Contemporary interventions in a Bel Époque building.
Well situated in Fitzrovia on the edge of Soho, right off Oxford Street.
Handwritten notes every night. Nutrition bars, chia compote, buttermilk punch cocktail and peanut butter chocolate balls — all from its own manufacturer.
Service and Staff
Fast and responsive, remembers its guests’ names.
How long did the check-in take:
Less than five minutes.
Very efficient at finding solutions, ask them to please get you a table at Indian Accent.
Flawless in its execution, discrete and polite in its communication.
Food and Beverage
Classic Room Service available.
Berners Tavern not only impresses with its grand atmosphere but gathers an interesting London crowd thanks to its delicious menu.
Punch Room, cozy ground floor lounge in the very back. The lime punch is the way to go.
Served in the grand ambience of the Berners Tavern Restaurant. À la carte only.
A complete and curated selection.
Yes, and refreshed multiple times a day.
Modern, but the oak floors and the dark, walnut-paneled walls give it a warm touch.
Queen size bed with custom imported linens.
Le Labo, custom-made for The Edition.
Across the entrance area with large hideaway facilities.
In front of the bed.
Room we stayed in:
Experiences and excursions
Experiences and excursions:
The perfect starting point. Walk from Regent Park to Hyde Park, from Oxford Street to Piccadilly Circus, down to the River Thames.
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