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Charing Cross Formerly Thistle vs St Martins Lane - Morgans Hotel Group

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Charing Cross Formerly Thistle vs St Martins Lane - Morgans Hotel Group



Charing Cross Formerly Thistle
St Martins Lane - Morgans Hotel Group

 

Charing Cross Formerly Thistle

St Martins Lane - Morgans Hotel Group

Address The Strand
London
45, St. Martin's Lane
London
Phone 44-870-3339105 44 207 3005500
Class 4 star 5 star
Price From $172.65 to $420.72 From $297.40 to $573.05
Floors 7 floors 6 floors
Rooms 239 rooms 204 rooms
Amenities Family Rooms
Fitness center
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
Dry cleaning/laundry
Family Rooms
Fitness center
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Data port
Dry cleaning/laundry
Efficiencies
First Class Hotel
Spa
Luxury


  1. Charing Cross Formerly Thistle
  2. St Martins Lane - Morgans Hotel Group
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>.



St Martins Lane - Morgans Hotel Group

Unique features include the acclaimed Asia de Cuba restaurant, wildly popular Light Bar, and interactive light displays in every Guest Room that encourage guests to personalize their own individual space, and help to turn the hotel into a beautiful and ever changing mosaic of color. Framing sweeping views of central London, the 204 guest rooms, private garden rooms and suites have floor-to-ceiling windows, an eclectic mix of Philippe Starck designed furniture and a one-of-a-kind interactive light installation, allowing guests to ?light their mood? from a full spectrum of vibrant colors controlled from a dial next to the headboard. Special Garden Rooms have private patios lushly planted with camellia trees, clematis and climbing ivy. For global travelers with a cultured palate and a love of variety, Asia de Cuba, overseen by renowned international restaurateur Jeffrey Chodorow, combines elements of Asian and Cuban cuisine served sharing-style in a high energy, sophisticated, yet relaxed environment. Housed in a dramatically colonnaded space, Asia de Cuba has adapted the famous dishes for Bento Boxes, perfect for lunch or pre-theatre; and Afternoon Tea is served daily offering two varieties of Asian or Eurasian teas. The Rum Bar, with its Starck-designed 'lean-on' tables, is an interesting modern play on the classic English Pub while The Light Bar is a unique and breathtaking space that takes the concept of atmospheric lighting to new heights. Guests gather to sip the now famous cocktails, such as Passion Fruit Martini, Tropical or Vanillan Cairpirinha, Strawberry Cheesecake and Pink Lychee Champagne, snack on Asia de Cuba delights and chat in a series of cozy niches that are bathed in warmly vibrant shafts of colored light - pink, orange, violet, and green.



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