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    The Londoner Hotel Review

    38 Leicester Square, London WC2H 7DX, UK
    The Londoner Hotel Review
     
    5 Star Rating
    Tags: London, UK, Boutique reviewsThe Bill: £1808 per night
     

    The Londoner Hotel is located in the vibrant heart of London's iconic Leicester Square, The Londoner Hotel offers an exquisite blend of luxury, relaxation, and indulgence. During our recent stay, we discovered that this 'super boutique' is not merely a hotel but a sanctuary where comfort, style, art, and innovation converge to create an unforgettable experience.

    During our stay, we had the privilege of experiencing one of their Corner Suites. This charming suite boasts curves in all the right places and provides guests with the opportunity to choose their preferred spot for reflection, ours being the chaise longue. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer stunning views of the bustling London cityscape. We found ourselves so captivated by the view that we slept with the curtains wide open, allowing us to wake up to the impressive London skyline.

    The centrepiece of the suite is undoubtedly the king-sized bed, featuring a handcrafted Vispring mattress and luxurious 400 thread count Irish linen. Feather down pillows and a sumptuous mattress topper ensured a perfect night's sleep. This exceptional level of comfort left us feeling rested and rejuvenated.

    The bathroom is a destination in its own right, we were delighted to experience the premium Japanese Toto toilet, complete with a heated seat, a gentle jet wand cleanser, and a sensor-activated lid. These modern amenities elevated our bathroom experience to a whole new level of comfort and convenience. For those looking to relax, the standalone bathtub offers a perfect vantage point to enjoy the breathtaking views of London. Alternatively, you can indulge in the walk-in drench-style shower, complete with Miller Harris bathroom amenities. We mustn't forget to mention the wonderfully fluffy bathrobes and cushioned slippers, these slippers are a rare find and added an extra layer of luxury to our stay.

    “Whether you're seeking relaxation, entertainment, or culinary delights, The Londoner Hotel has it all.”

    For guests seeking an extra touch of exclusivity, The Residence at The Londoner Hotel is a must-visit. It grants access to three charming spaces: The Whisky Room, The Y Bar, and The Drawing Room. The Drawing Room offers a contemporary twist on the comforts of a classic British living room, complete with complimentary drinks and nibbles throughout the day. It's a perfect setting to relax, socialise, or simply enjoy a moment of solitude.

    The Retreat spa is a testament to tranquility and relaxation. Its tranquil spaces are designed to help guests unwind, refresh, and detoxify. Neutral, calming tones and sleek, tactile finishes permeate the spa, setting the stage for ultimate relaxation. The spa boasts a range of amenities, including a stunning swimming pool, a soothing hydropool, a rejuvenating sauna, and a steam room that envelopes you in a cloud of warmth and relaxation. For those seeking seclusion, the spa offers secluded cabanas where you can escape the world and find serenity.

    For fitness enthusiasts, The Londoner Hotel offers state-of-the-art Technogym equipment that encourages high-intensity training. Whether you're looking to break a sweat with a rigorous workout or simply want to maintain your fitness routine while away from home, this well-equipped fitness centre has you covered.

    One of the standout features of The Londoner Hotel is its impressive array of food and beverage options. The hotel boasts a diverse range of dining options, each with its own unique ambiance and culinary offerings. Guests can savour delectable meals at Whitcomb's, unwind with a drink at Joshua's Tavern, experience modern Japanese dining at 8 at The Londoner, enjoy live entertainment at The Stage, or recharge with a visit to Refuel. The variety of dining choices ensures that there's something to suit every palate and occasion.

    Whether you're in need of a precise beard trim at Joe Vipond Gentlemen’s Grooming, or a perfect blow-dry at Hiro Miyoshi Hair & Beauty, The Retreat's Beauty & Grooming services are designed to leave you looking sharp and well-groomed. The attentive staff and high-quality services ensure that you can step out with confidence, ready to explore the vibrant streets of London.

    In conclusion, The Londoner Hotel, located in the heart of Leicester Square, is a haven of luxury, comfort, and style. With its serene spa, state-of-the-art fitness centre, diverse dining options, and exceptional accommodation, it offers a truly immersive and indulgent experience for both leisure and business travellers. Whether you're seeking relaxation, entertainment, or culinary delights, The Londoner Hotel has it all. It's a destination that captures the essence of London's vibrant energy while providing an oasis of calm and sophistication for its guests.

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