The hotel is centrally located with perfect access to major sites of interest, cafes and restaurants. The complimentary wine and cheese 'happy hour' was a welcoming surprise! Staff also very attentive to cater for every need.
A few drawbacks to mention-very small rooms. If you end up with a room facing the street it gets a bit difficult to sleep well due to the noise coming from the clubbers. Also had a problem with the hot water needing some time to actually run at hot temperatures. All these aside I would still recommend this hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Z Hotel Soho has everything you need for a couple of nights in town. Concentrated style, an out-of-town price and the West End – at your feet the moment you step out the door. No off-central, tourist hotels for you.Space is unimportant. How you use it is vital. You step into your Z Room, and suddenly the price makes perfect sense. You’re staying in central Soho, where space is at a premium. But you’re not paying a premium. We have rooms start from 8 to 14 square meters of compact luxury.Z Soho is a designer conversion of twelve Georgian townhouses. From the outside you see classic architectural proportions, combined with contemporary style. Inside, you find 85 rooms gathered around a central courtyard. And it places you in Moor Street, between the theatre and bookshops of Cambridge Circus and Charing Cross Road – and the vivid cosmos of Old Compton Street. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Z Hotel Soho London, England