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The Hospital Club, London

24 Endell St, London, WC2H 9HQ, UK
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5 Star Rating
4 December 2015The Hospital ClubTags: London, UK, Luxury reviewsThe Bill: £280 per night
 

The Hospital Club is a private members club located in Covent Garden which offers something a little different for the more adventurous among us. The club was originally founded by Dave Stewart from the Eurythmics, so it’s no surprise to find various interesting design concepts born from a creative vision. There are several design touches that hold true to the buildings original use as a hospital too, hence its name.

The Hospital Club is focused on attracting those in creative industries, hipsters, and those who want something a little different to the norm. Members are typically from fashion, media, and music industries.

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Having recently introduced bedrooms, we were of course very keen to rest our heads here. The rooms are very design focused, and the club likes to support and showcase emerging talent. So the rooms have been designed by various artists, and contain a selection of literature to explain the work on display. If you are genuinely interested in design and art you can delve deep into this world here, it’s an interesting experience to say the least.

“A lot more than just having somewhere to sleep.”

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There are various room categories to choose from. We experienced a suite with an outdoor terrace which was the perfect setting to enjoy our selection of pre-made cocktails which guests can enjoy upon arrival, my favourite being the ‘Old Fashioned’ . Our bathroom featured a roll-top bath and rainforest shower along with my favourite REN products. The design of our room had what I would describe as a modern vintage style, and our large living area had a huge, comfortable curved sofa. It was a joy to spend time in the room, and super spacious and very comfortable.

The Club has a number of floors and lounges throughout the building to explore. Members can enjoy drinks throughout the day, and it’s the perfect place to hold a meeting. The location is just superb, you have Covent Garden Piazza just a 5 minute walk, and you can hop on the underground nearby to head off wherever you desire.

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There is also a restaurant that didn’t disappoint. Staying at the Hospital Club is a lot more than just having somewhere to sleep. The whole ambience from the building is inspiring, just thinking about all the creative people who have passed through, and the creativity that was created here is uplifting. We would certainly stay here again in the future, and it gets a recommendation from us.

 
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