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
Parking on site
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Hip heritage hotel by Ian Schrager with a destination restaurant, a buzzy cocktail lounge and a see-and-be-seen basement club
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.
The London EDITION
10 Berners Street
London, United Kingdom
How to Get There
London Heathrow Airport (LHR): Approximate driving time is 15 minutes and distance is 15.5 miles (25 kilometres). || The Heathrow Express train service to London Paddington Station leaves every 15 minutes. The airport is also on the Underground’s Piccadilly Line. The hotel is only 200 metres from Oxford Circus and Tottenham Court Road Underground stations. London's black taxi cabs also service Heathrow Airport and cost £40-50 to central London. Bus services include the Airbus Heathrow shuttle to London Victoria or King's Cross railway stations. ||Driving directions: From Heathrow Airport take the M4 onto the A4 into central London then to Marble Arch and down Oxford Street. || The easiest way to get around London is by using the Underground (metro) or bus services. Alternatively, black taxi cabs can be hailed in the street.