The London EDITION
What We Love
- Buzzy destination restaurant helmed by Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton
- Gin-infused punch bowls served in the oak-paneled Punch Room
- Preloaded iPods and iPads in the guestrooms
- Throwing shapes at Basement, the Ian Schrager–designed basement nightclub
What To Know
- Central location just off Oxford Street, close to the British Museum, West End theaters and Soho
- Historic Georgian building with ultramodern guest rooms
- Advance reservations are recommended for Berners Tavern, especially on weekends
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
In an opulent Georgian building just off Oxford Street, this Ian Schrager–designed hotel opened its doors during London Fashion Week 2013, and the super-stylish interiors bring together Dalí-inspired lamps, Donald Judd–style sofas and Art Deco furnishings. The dramatic lobby features hefty marble columns and a giant mirrored egg sculpture, and the 170 guestrooms are equally lavish, with walnut-paneled walls, faux fur throws and elegant recessed lighting. The sleek bathrooms come with walk-in rain showers and custom-made Le Labo beauty products. Feast on contemporary British fare at Berners Tavern, a grand see-and-be-seen dining room helmed by Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton. After dinner curl up with a quirky cocktail at the Lobby Bar, or enjoy live music and gin-infused punch bowls in the low-lit, oak-paneled Punch Room.
In the Area
The pick of London’s best restaurants are on the doorstep, from newbie hipster joint Social Eating House to Soho stalwart Kettners. Fill up on dim sum and Chinese pastries at Yauatcha or get a caffeine fix at Foxcroft & Ginger. Shopping thoroughfare Oxford Street is just around the corner, or hit Carnaby Street and Kingly Court for smaller independent boutiques and to browse Liberty, arguably the city’s prettiest department store, where creaky staircases lead to artfully designed rooms stocked with luxe labels.
How to Get There
Celebrated my 40th birthday and with my family (+ 2 kids) in Dec 18.
Front Office staff were awesome, always so helpful with a beautiful smile.
Well appointed double-bed room. Woody deco was soothing and relaxing and our shower experience was further enhanced with luxurious Le Labo woody scented toiletries.
Had wonderful meals (breakfast and dinner) at Berners Tavern. Would give 10/10 for the slab of beef as it was perfectly done; indeed a well rated Michelin* restaurant!
Can’t wait to our family staycation @ The Singapore Edition soon!
I have stayed at this hotel with my wife many times, in fact out of all the fantastic and cool hotels we stay at when in London, this is her favourite! We were greeted with the usual genuine smiles at the door when we arrived and made our way to reception. Now, the team on reception are always very friendly and welcoming but on this particular visit, the bar got raised. Roderick was the man, he was so so welcoming and so so chummy, we would quite happily have sat at the bar with him and caught up as if we were long lost friends. For me, it has to be about the quality of the hotel AND how good the team are around you and this place has both in abundance. My wife and I are staying at the New York Edition on Madison next month, it has a lot to live up to, I'm confident it will deliver if I'm to gauge it against the fabulous London Edition that never lets us down😎 Highly recommend. Chalky x
The Lobby Bar of the London EDITION hotel never disappoints!
Pleasant, soothing ambience.. Quality drinks..
And service that instantly puts a smile on your face!
A special ‘thank you’ to our delightful and enthusiastic cocktail waitress Noemi who provided us with outstanding table service; great attention to detail with a very welcoming smile indeed.
Had drinks and nibbles in the room to the right as you walk in. The setting and design was simply stunning.
Service was amazing. Great place to sit in a cosy, intimate setting but with an amazing vibe. The croquettes were to die for!
Stayed here for one night, and felt much better as I now “get” the hotel.
Arriving a little early was delighted to get my room, which like is a bit Scandinavian wooden sauna style, but immaculately clean.
Blackout curtains are superb at cutting out light, and despite its very central location was quiet at night.
Seek out the residents bar hidden away behind reception if you want to avoid the chaos and melee of the lobby bar.
Lovely staff, friendly and accommodating.
Look forward to developing my relationship with this stylish hotel.