Stayed for a couple of nights in April. The twin room we occupied had everything we required although we thought it strange to have the sink in our sleeping area ? Modern and clean interior and quiet outside in the evening. We didn't eat in the restaurant as we were out most of the day but it was busy anytime we looked. Handy for anyone staying in the whitechapel and surrounding areas . Staff were helpful with any queries we had .
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Purpose built to a contemporary aesthetic, The Whitechapel stands on the original grounds of a textile manufacturing company once owned by five brothers. Inspired by our site's industrial past, we have also referenced specific iconic elements, which are woven into the fabric of the hotel design. There are a total of 27 bedrooms available at The Whitechapel,including premier singles, doubles and twins plus eight superior Executive twin and two magnificent King rooms. The Whitechapel also offers an exclusive Penthouse Suite and a further four boutique-style One Bedroom Apartments designed for executives, creatives and the leisure visitor seeking the perfect in-town, life-style experience with a luxury designer touch. Striking yet smooth, elegant bedroom spaces in a contemporary bold statement - perfect for creatives and professionals alike, whatever your reason for travelling. Every room has been carefully designed and coordinated to offer an alternate take on the unique Whitechapel themes of retro London Telephone Box red, pristine linen white, deep ebony and natural oak wood. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Whitechapel Hotel London, England