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Hotels in Soho

Soho Hotel
4 Richmond Mews
Soho
London

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The first "deluxe hotel" in the Soho district of central London. The property was created on the site of a former multi-story car park between Dean and Wardour Streets. Following the site's demolition, fresh construction was undertaken and an entirely new hotel building, architecturally sympathetic to the original red-brick structure, has replaced it. The Soho Hotel has 85 guestrooms and suites, as well as eight private apartments with separate entrances, two drawing rooms, a Bar and Restaurant, two screening rooms, three private dining rooms and a fully-equipped gym. Interiors reflect Kit Kemp's signature modern English style, featuring solid granite and oak bathrooms. British art also plays a vital role in the interior design - look out for a ten-foot-tall Botero sculpture in the lobby..



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Price per Room:

Double: From £235
Twin: From £250
Suite: From £395 (Junior) - £2500 (Terrace)
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