Stunning hotel in the heart of Shoreditch with a selection of beautifully designed rooms and suites - perfect for a long weekend in the capital.
One Hundred Shoreditch is managed by Peter Osborne
Situated in the centre of Shoreditch High Street, this luxurious hotel is the perfect base to discover London’s vibrant East End. A gold mine for boutique shops, trendy bars, popular clubs and great food, Shoreditch has something to offer everyone. One Hundred Shoreditch has 258 rooms available to book, each expertly designed to be a calming retreat away from the buzz of the city, providing much-needed headspace after a day of hustle and bustle.
You have a choice of studio rooms and suites to pick from. The rooms all have comfy double beds with super soft bedding, work and dining spaces, seating areas, tea and coffee and mini fridges full of treats from local suppliers. They also have ensuite shower rooms with fluffy towels and toiletries.
The Studio Double Double has an additional bed, and the Studio Plus room has extra space for lounging, a dining table and a larger bed (ideal for longer stays). The stylish Studio Loft has large windows with Juliette balconies, offering the perfect place from which to enjoy the view.
If you want a special experience, you could stay in one of the suites. Just like having your own apartment, these rooms boast a separate living room and bedroom - furnished with bespoke and curated vintage furniture - and a large private terrace with stunning views across London’s skyline.
The hotel has a fantastic selection of restaurants and bars. If you’re into your seafood then Goddard & Gibbs is the place for you, an all-day restaurant, wine bar and take-out hatch with a focus on ethical sourcing and local suppliers. Fancy a tipple? There’s live music and a fine selection of wine and beers at the Seed Library, or why not head up to the rooftop bar and terrace for a drink with a view?
One Hundred Shoreditch couldn’t be better located, you’ll be spoilt for choice of things to do and places to eat and drink. Wander down Brick Lane and check out the thriving street art scene, go vintage shopping or have drinks at one of the many famous pubs and bars. When it’s time to eat, the district’s eclectic dining scene has something on offer for all tastes, from trendy gastropubs and restaurants to street vendors and noodle bars.
Shoreditch is home to some of the best markets in London, with traders selling everything from antiques and jewellery to clothing and art. They are also a great place to grab a craft beer or cocktail and eat gourmet street food from around the world.
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