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We are back -Three More Firmdale Hotels now open!

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We are back -Three More Firmdale Hotels now open!

We are thrilled to announce that The Soho Hotel, Charlotte Street Hotel and Number Sixteen are now open. We look forward to welcoming you back. For information on Staying Safe at Firmdale Hotels, please click here.
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Situated in the heart of lively Soho, The Soho Hotel is perfectly located to discover all that London has to offer. Visit exciting new exhibitions, including the National Gallery’s Titian: Love, Desire, Death or stroll through the streets of Soho, exploring quirky independent boutiques, buzzy bars and cafes or stop off at Gelupo for a scoop of the best gelato in London. After a day of taking in the sights, return to relax in your beautiful Kit Kemp designed guest room. Many of the bedrooms and suites at The Soho Hotel have private terraces with views overlooking the charming rooftops of Soho. Make the most of a city break with our Stay for Longer offer with up to 10% off our best flexible rate and breakfast included. Reservations are now open. READ MORE
The Soho Hotel terrace V&A
For its reopening, The Soho Hotel has unveiled its all-new Refuel Terrace. Tucked away on Richmond Mews, the terrace is set under twinkling lights and surrounded by leafy olive trees. Enjoy the delicious new menu and refreshing cocktails including ‘Are We There Yet’, created with Sipsmith gin, Aperol, Macchu Pisco, lime, lavender and egg white, as you soak in the atmosphere of Soho’s newest al fresco destination. READ MORE
A holiday in your own city is the perfect opportunity to get away from it all. Be inspired by our list of the most exciting things to do in London right now, from the Royal Academy’s acclaimed Gaugin and the Impressionistsexhibition to browsing the city’s most innovative galleries, including Marian Goodman, showing In Plain Sight, the first major UK solo exhibition of Tavares Strachan. READ MORE
We are delighted to announce that Charlotte Street Hotel has reopened its doors. Step inside to discover the unique Bloomsbury inspired interiors. Watch here as Kit Kemp takes you on a journey through the hotel’s beautiful Drawing Room, featuring original artworks by Vanessa Bell, Duncan Grant and Roger Fry. Charlotte Street Hotel is a short walk to famous London landmarks including the Open Air Theatre in Regent’s Park, where you can watch Andrew Lloyd Webber’s iconic Jesus Christ Superstar. There are hidden gems too, including the fascinating Grant Museum of Zoology, or perhaps visit the nearby British Museum to see Grayson Perry’s upcoming exhibition, The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman. Choose from special offers for your next staycation, including our Stay for Longer promotion, with 10% off the best flexible rate and breakfast. DISCOVER MORE
The Aperitivo Terrace at Charlotte Street Hotel, complete with a floral installation, cocktails and food pairings on the table.
Make the most of the last of the summer evenings on Charlotte Street Hotel’s sunny terrace, and enjoy seasonal dishes from Oscar Bar & Restaurant. During September and October, the Oscar Terrace will be extended with further on street dining, bringing a touch of Paris cafe culture to Charlotte Street. READ MORE
Discover Number Sixteen’s leafy private garden. Shaded by mulberry trees and colourful hydrangeas, the garden features a tranquil koi pond and a romantic pagoda. It’s the ideal place for hotel guests to enjoy a leisurely breakfast, lunch in the sunshine or a refreshing Aperol spritz in the evening. READ MORE
A large spacious bedroom with pale blue and red striped walls and a patterned headboard in a red and white colour. There are two floor to ceiling french windows draped in bright red curtains.
There is so much to do at Number Sixteen this autumn. Discover the nearby V&A’s latest exhibition, Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk, which is an exploration of the kimono as a dynamic and constantly evolving icon of fashion. Perhaps take a walk through picturesque Hyde Park to visit the Serpentine Galleries, currently showing Cao Fei: Blueprints, the first large-scale solo show in the UK from the Beijing-based artist and filmmaker. Treat yourself to a morning of exclusive Brompton Cross shopping, with stylish stores, including Chanel, Andrew Martin and The Conran Shop. Spend a long weekend in London and make the most of our Upgrade Your Stay offer, including guaranteed room upgrade, daily continental breakfast, a glass of Champagne on arrival and a RIKRAK welcome gift. Reservations now open. READ MORE
A photograph of refuel restaurant. Table covered in white table cloths surrounded by grey bench seating. The walls are clad in an orange floral wall paper. There is a painting of a chef on the wall.
Following the success of the national Eat Out to Help Out campaign in August, Firmdale Hotels in London will continue to offer a reduction of 50%, up to £10 on food and soft drinks per person, from Monday to Wednesday during September. Join us at the buzzy Refuel Bar & Restaurant at The Soho Hotel, Oscar Bar & Restaurant at Charlotte Street Hotel or dine at Ham Yard Restaurant in the sunny courtyard. BOOK NOW
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