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The Hoxton Holborn

The Hoxton Holborn Hotel in London is a new spin on an old favorite- The Hoxton Hotel in Shoreditch.


Written by Sara de Blasi



he Hoxton Holborn Hotel in London is a new spin on an old favorite- The Hoxton Hotel in Shoreditch.


Nestled in the center of London, the hotel stays true to its roots by mixing fashion forward design with user-friendly comfort to create a dynamic space for the energetic worker or the relaxed vacationer. Open concept design leads customers through pillowy lounging areas, a nifty bar, to the Brooklyn-style grill restaurant.

  • The Hoxton Holborn
  • 199-206 High Holborn, London
  • United Kingdom, WC1V 7BD
  • +44 (0) 207 661 3000
  • https://thehoxton.com/london/holborn
    “Travelers won’t want to leave their elegant rooms”

    Travelers won’t want to leave their elegant rooms, which offer a comfy getaway from the streets of London. The Hoxton Holborn offers four affordable room options, shoebox, snug, cosy, and roomy. All rooms, regardless of size, feature free Wi-Fi, an hour of phone calls, a mini fridge stocked with milk and mineral water, and a fan-favorite: the breakfast bag delivered to each guest every morning, packed with orange juice, a pot of granola, and a banana.


    If you do make it out of bed, the hotel provides a creative take on common areas. You could go for a foamy cappuccino at Holborn Grind, grab a bite of rotisserie style chicken at Chicken Shop in the basement, unwind at Cheeky nail salon, or if you are looking for a more hybrid space, the hotel offers The Apartment, a spacious option, which easily accommodates meetings, parties, play and anything in between.


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    By Published on Mar 22 2016
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