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The Hoxton, Southwark, London
Ground Zero for Southwark creative types, and a great location for seeing the capital, with contemporary rooms, a buzzy bar and two restaurants, plus several floors of co-working space.
Rooms available from £239 per night
This location is just the thing if you want to stay in a more peaceful area, slightly removed from central London's hubbub. Explore the web of streets in the immediate proximity - off the beaten tourist track, but with some great pubs and restaurants.
You're a 10-minute riverside walk from Tate Modern, Shakespeare's Globe and Borough Market to the east and the London Eye and Palace of Westminster to the west.
By car: around 4 hours 30 minutes from Manchester and less than 3 hours from Bristol. Paid parking available nearby.
By train: Southwark tube station is a 2-minute. London Bridge and Waterloo stations are a 5-minute taxi ride. Book trains to London.
CHARACTER & STYLE
As with other Hoxton locations, the style is contemporary, slightly industrial, but very comfortable. The vibe is friendly and relaxed. Rooms have concrete floors, exposed pipes and industrial lighting - yet are soothing and stylish places to come back to.
Facilities include a 24-hour reception, room service (until 11pm), two restaurants and bars. There's lots of space for meetings, private dining, co-working and generally 'hanging out'. It's dog-friendly too (except for restaurants) providing dog bowls and treats and even a doggy guide to the area.
- Free bicycles
- Free Wi-Fi
Rooms are in the usual Hoxton style, ranging from Shoebox to Biggy - all are well-equipped. Only the Shoebox rooms don't have space for a chair or desk. The ensuite bathrooms are a decent size too.
Room types: Shoebox, Snug, Cosy, Roomy, Biggy
Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, hairdryer, tea and coffee-making facilites, TV, radio, mini fridge, free Wi-Fi
FOOD & DRINK
There's a good range of food and drink options. Relaxed Albie in the lobby serves burgers, salads, sharing boards and snacks all day and evening. Popular Seabird is on the 11th floor and offers one of the best views in London. We recommend anything cooked on the Seabird's charcoal grill.
Seabird: rooftop restaurant, seafood and raw bar. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Sunday brunch, 11am-4pm.
Albie: neighbourhood restaurant. All-day menu, open daily. Main courses from £15.