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    Lost Property St Paul's London Review

    3-5 Ludgate Hill, London EC4M 7AA, UK
    Lost Property St Paul's London Review
    4 Star Rating
    Tags: London, UK, City reviewsThe Bill: £420 per night

    The heart of London's Square Mile beats with a new rhythm as the stunning Grade II listed building known as Lost Property opens its doors, marking the debut of Curio Collection by Hilton in the city. Stepping into this exceptional establishment, one is immediately immersed in a world where the concept of 'lost' takes centre stage, from the intriguing interior design to the historical narratives that infuse every corner of the property.

    The hotel's name, Lost Property, offers a tantalising hint of the city's past and present. This theme of loss and rediscovery is thoughtfully woven into the very fabric of the building. As you navigate through its halls and chambers, you'll encounter whimsical artefacts like 'lost' bowler hats alongside eclectic artworks that beckon you to explore further. The essence of being 'lost' in an artistic maze is brilliantly captured here, and it's a journey you won't soon forget.

    From the moment you step inside, the design of Lost Property transports you to a different time and place. The interior is a testament to craftsmanship and innovation, celebrating the rich history and the intricate details of the past. The architectural forms of St. Paul's Cathedral and the surrounding streets serve as the inspiration for the hotel's décor. It's as though you've stumbled upon a hidden gem where the essence of the city's history and culture are carefully preserved.

    "If you're seeking a hotel that offers more than just a place to rest your head, Lost Property is a destination that will immerse you in the very essence of London."

    During our stay at Lost Property, we experienced one of their King Junior Suites, a spacious retreat spanning 31 square meters. The suite is thoughtfully designed, offering a separate living area complete with comfortable seating, an ideal spot to savour your morning espresso. The king-size bed, adorned with super-plump pillows, promises a restful night's sleep, ensuring you wake up refreshed and ready to explore the city.

    The bathroom, a luxurious haven within the suite, is a testament to opulence with its marble-clad walls. Here, you'll find a separate bathtub and a walk-in drench-style shower, complete with the exquisite Penhaligon's toiletries. It's a space that invites you to unwind and rejuvenate, making you feel pampered.

    For those looking to dine, the Found Restaurant at Lost Property is a culinary journey that shouldn't be missed. In the opulent surroundings of fine leather seating and a marble-topped bar, inhibitions may be lost, but great stories and flavours are found. The restaurant's menu features fresh ingredients from local London markets, expertly crafted into dishes that are as visually appealing as they are delicious. The bar is a haven for cocktail enthusiasts, with inquisitive mixologists conjuring exotic libations that are sure to tantalise your taste buds.

    Staying fit while on the road is made easy at Lost Property, thanks to their 24-hour fitness room. Whether you prefer to start or end your day with a workout, this facility is well-equipped to help you maintain your fitness routine.

    The true gem of Lost Property is its location. Situated within sight of the iconic St. Paul's Cathedral, the hotel places you right in the heart of the City of London. A leisurely 15-minute stroll across the Millennium Bridge leads you to the Tate Modern Art Gallery, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, and the Bankside Gallery. Returning in the evening, when St. Paul's Cathedral is illuminated and stands in all its majestic glory, is a sight to behold. The juxtaposition of modernity and history is something that leaves a lasting impression, and it's a view that we found ourselves gazing at for quite some time.

    Lost Property is a unique and captivating addition to London's hospitality scene. Its commitment to embracing the theme of 'lost' and celebrating the city's history and culture is evident in every detail, from the whimsical interior design to the luxurious accommodations and dining experience. If you're seeking a hotel that offers more than just a place to rest your head, Lost Property is a destination that will immerse you in the very essence of London, making your stay an unforgettable journey through time and culture.

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