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What We Love

  • The fresh milk for in-room tea and coffee
  • The London-themed wallpaper and blue-and-white design of the custom-made Pen and Ink toiletries are on point
  • The prices in the lobby shop; you can pick up a bottle of champagne for the same amount you’d pay in the supermarket

What To Know

  • Breakfast is included and comes in a handy go-bag
  • There's no gym, but you can borrow a bike
  • Free WiFi
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Fashionable, no-frills hotel in gritty Holborn, with tiny rooms but bustling bars and cafés

The Lowdown

The neighborhood of Holborn is often overlooked as a base for London travelers due to its business vibe, which can seem quiet. But it’s fabulously close to excellent restaurants, just a couple of Tube stops from livelier neighborhoods like Covent Garden and Leicester Square, and nearby lots of parks which fill up with Londoners at the merest hint of sunshine. It’s a smart choice to stay here, and The Hoxton makes it even smarter, offering neat rooms, communal workspaces, and a couple of fab dining options. Rooms start small (the tiniest ones are called “Shoeboxes” so if you’re sharing one with someone, make sure you like them) and don’t get much bigger. While they have the feel of a design-forward ship’s cabin, space-saving touches like flip-lid desks make it easier to maneuver. The public areas are often full, not just with guests but with locals coming to snack on rotisserie chicken at the basement Chicken Shop, have small plates and cocktails (and breakfast and brunch) at the all-day Hubbard & Bell, and plug in laptops at the trendy Holborn Grind café where they can work away until happy hour.

In the Area

The hotel is just steps from the Holborn tube station, which makes it easy to access to all of London, but there’s plenty to do in the area. A few minutes’ walk brings you to Bread Ahead, home of London’s best donuts. (Try the lemon curd, made with real zest.) The British Museum is a short stroll north; not only is it one of the world’s best museums for history lovers, it’s also free, so you can pop in once a day if you feel like it. Shoppers can reach Oxford Street, home to what feels like every store under the sun, in five minutes; you’ll also find the 100 Club here, which hosts a huge range of live music shows from cover bands to metal to Brit Pop. One of London’s loveliest Victorian pubs, The Lamb, is a half-mile from the hotel—order a pint of locally brewed Camden Hells lager and enjoy sitting behind the “snob screen” glass partitions that once protected middle-class customers from the hoi polloi.

How to Get There

The Hoxton, Holborn
199-206 High Holborn
London, WC1V 7BD United Kingdom


Fantastic Stay!
Floris B

Thnx Hoxton Holborn team for the fantastic Stay for me and my family. We had a geest time! Staff was friendly and helpfull, hotel location was great as well as the rooms.

Kind regards,


One of My Favourites!

This was such a find for our trip to London! Exceptional service and fantastic rooms. Super trendy hotel in London - central and very close to underground station with easy access to all of London! Everything was clean and looked after. Price was also competitive. We had a fantastic stay and hope to return soon!

Emperors New Clothes

The rooms in this hotel are small, really small even for London. We stayed in a 'Cosy' room which is meant to be bigger than two other room sizes, but was much smaller than the picture indicated. Yes they use the space well, but I want more than that if paying £220 for one night. The shower in the bathroom is good, but the screen is inadequate so the floor is soaked after a shower. The fridge in the bedside cabinet, contains two bottles of water and a milk and in the morning a breakfast bag contains an orange juice, one banana and a yoghurt/granola pot. Fine, but again this is £220 for one night so is the least I would expect. This hotel is not bad, it is just nowhere near as good as it thinks it is. A seat in the lobby confirms this is where people 'hang out' on their laptops rather than a warm comforting place where the hotel guest feels special. This is a hotel where style certainly trumps substance. I would not stay here again as there are far better hotels in London for similar/cheaper prices.