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Charing Cross Formerly Thistle vs Haymarket Hotel

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Charing Cross Formerly Thistle vs Haymarket Hotel



Charing Cross Formerly Thistle
Haymarket Hotel

 

Charing Cross Formerly Thistle

Haymarket Hotel

Address The Strand
London
1 Suffolk Place
London
Phone 44-870-3339105 44-20-74704000
Class 4 star star
Price From $172.65 to $420.72 From $400.00 to $1,750.00
Floors 7 floors floors
Rooms 239 rooms rooms
Amenities Family Rooms
Fitness center
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
Dry cleaning/laundry
Family Rooms
Room service
Fitness center
Swimming pool
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Dry cleaning/laundry
Efficiencies


  1. Charing Cross Formerly Thistle
  2. Haymarket Hotel
Charing Cross Formerly Thistle

The 239-room Thistle Charing Cross is located in central London between the Strand and Thames Embankment and minutes from Covent Garden and the West End. The hotel is a Grade II listed Victorian railway hotel that has been completely refurbished.<br><br>On-site dining venues include the Strand Terrace, the Strand Lounge, and the Comotion Coffee Bar. The hotel also offers room service through Room Express, its in-room dining program. <br><br>Accommodations feature en suite bathrooms, satellite TV, in-room movies, fax/modem capabilities, radio, tea and coffee making facilities, trouser press, hairdryer, air-conditioning, and express check-out.<br><br>.



Haymarket Hotel

Hot on the heels of the huge success of The Soho Hotel, London hoteliers Tim and Kit Kemp open the Haymarket Hotel at the end of March 2007, their seventh London property. A bold step away from cookie-cutter minimalism, Haymarket Hotel fuses contemporary and classical references in an ultra-central London location. It’s a landmark building designed by the legendary John Nash, the master architect who developed most of Regency London, including Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, and the adjoining Haymarket Theatre. The hotel comprises 50 individually designed bedrooms and suites, an exclusive four level townhouse, a bar and restaurant (serving northern Italian cuisine), and library. There will also be several private event spaces as well as a gym, treatment room, and a spectacular 18 metre pool with a bar, lounge and nightclub sound and lighting system. The lobby is a clean airy space featuring a large stainless steel sculpture by Tony Cragg and paintings by John Virtue, while the downstairs pool features a spectacular lighting scheme that uses strong contrasts of light and shadow. Grey oak dominates the lobby and library, and handpicked antiques and original art help jumble past and present. Guestrooms are individually furnished and avoid the “designer formula” look with custom-made pieces and much emphasis on rich texture and colour. From the shagreen coffee tables to ivory wood-toned pieces, they evoke contrast and comfort at every level. Haymarket Hotel is sister hotel to The Soho Hotel, Covent Garden Hotel, Charlotte Street Hotel, Number Sixteen, The Pelham Hotel and Knightsbridge Hotel all situated in central London.



Haymarket Hotel tips and reviews

Here's what Trippy members say about the Haymarket Hotel:

"Companion hotel to the hotel I always stay in in London, the Haymarket Hotel - great rooms, great bar and restaurant, outdoor terraces, nice loft vibe: http://www."  See More



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