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The Best Hotels In Shoreditch

The Best Hotels In Shoreditch

The Best Hotels In Shoreditch

It’s not often that you walk into a hotel, are escorted to your own personal elevator, and settle into a suite of rooms with a private, jacuzzi-toting roof terrace while a personal valet tops up your Champagne glass, simultaneously massaging your feet with the deft agility and dedication of a Shaolin-trained monk…

…which is a shame.

But a lot of these hotels come close to that, with gorgeous rooftop bars, heated pools, jaw-droppingly beautiful interiors, 24-hour fitness centres, hidden live music bars and secret, fairylit courtyards to their credit. Which is precisely why it’s only these places that we have deemed to be the best hotels in Shoreditch. There’s the bohemian B&B that’s part of Spitalfield’s best-looking pub, and the sleek minimalist aparthotel that runs its own photography classes. Or the members club-meets-hotel with a rooftop pool, and the townhouse that’s done up like its 1724.

So without further ado, feast your eyes on the best hotels in Shoreditch…

Last updated: 12th October 2018


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Leman Locke

Leman Locke - hotels in Shoreditch

The Leman Locke aparthotels have been designed as an alternative to the “status quo”, bringing you a “unique and authentic” experience… presumably of having a really, really beautiful apartment. Decked out in soothing pastel tones and Scandi-chic furnishings, it’s a perfect little retreat for some R&R before heading out to pound the streets of Shoreditch. But there’s plenty of reasons to be sociable, too – with a restaurant headed by an ex-Fat Duck chef; an al fresco cocktail bar; and regular activities, from running club and yoga, to photography workshops on the East End streets at dawn. VIEW DETAILS

Amenities: Restaurant, bar, gym, ‘creative spaces’ and plenty of organised fun
Cost: From £250/night
Details: 
15 Leman Street, E1 8EN

Boundary

Boundary - hotels in Shoreditch

Terence Conran’s boundary-breaking hotel doesn’t just offer (beautifully designed) bedchambers. He’s also taken the liberty of adding in a critically lauded restaurant; a bar; a grocers; a café; a bakery; and a fairy-lit rooftop orangery. That’s if you ever leave your room, which’ll be decked out with snacks from the aforementioned café, Aesop toiletries, and glossy coffee table books on design… READ MORE

Amenities: An unbeatable food and drink offering, plus great boutiques on your doorstep
Cost: From £170/night
Details: 
2-4 Boundary Street, E2 7DD

Redchurch Townhouse

Redchurch Townhouse - best hotels in Shoreditch

Dependably stylish as ever, Redchurch Townhouse is the follow up to Dean Street Townhouse and Kettner’s, in a hotel hat trick from the Soho House group. Just off Shoreditch’s shopping and dining nucleus, Redchurch Street, it boasts a princely 37 bedrooms, each decked out with stunning 50s and 70s retro furnishings, enormous beds, vintage chandeliers, Cowshed-filled bathrooms and plenty of light flooding in through floor-to-ceiling windows. VIEW DETAILS

Amenities: Italian restaurant Cecconi’s is on the ground floor.
Cost: From £180/night
Details: 25-27 Whitby Street, E1 6JU

Batty Langley’s

Batty Langleys - hotels in Shoreditch

Caution: Batty Langley’s may cause feelings of severe temporal disorientation on waking up. Coming to you from the people behind Hazlitt’s in Soho, this time-warped establishment is named in honour of the Laurence Llewellyn-Bowen of Georgian interior design, Batty Langley (and if you think that’s bad, spare a thought for his sons Hiram, Euclid, Vitruvius and Archimedes). Brimming with antique furnishings like ornately carved four poster beds, burnished copper showers, and er, wooden toilets, it’s small, homely, and characterful. Best of all, it’s a stone’s throw from some of the best restaurants in the area – and boasts an honesty bar in the cosy downstairs snug for the perfect nightcap afterwards. VIEW DETAILS

Amenities: One small honesty bar – but the design more than makes up for it 
Cost: 
From £179/night
Details: 
12 Folgate Street, E1 6BX

The Hoxton

Hoxton - hotels in Shoreditch

The Hoxton has been resting weary, immaculately bearded heads since 2006. And it’s still here, thanks to the timelessly elegant, minimalist rooms (kitted out with free international phone calls, breakfast goody bags, and rain showers); spacious downstairs workspace; fireside café/cocktail lounge and secret, fairylight-draped courtyard… READ MORE

Amenities: Communal workspace, café/bar, restaurant, regular events
Cost: From £99/night
Details: 81 Great Eastern Street, EC2A 3HU

The Culpeper

Culpeper Hotel Shoreditch

The Culpeper is an artfully rickety corner pub in Spitalfields, with a great atmosphere and even better drinks – the kind of place you could stay all night. And in fact, you actually can – because the second floor of the four-tiered establishment is given over to cosy bed and breakfast rooms, where peeling plaster walls are paired with sumptuous bed furnishings and en suite bathrooms. The perfect spot to retire to after a romantic evening spent stargazing in the building’s rooftop garden. VIEW DETAILS

Amenities: Great food and drink, regular events and rooftop yoga
Cost: From £120/night
Details: 
40 Commercial Street, E1 6LP

The Curtain

The Curtain - hotels in Shoreditch London

It may only have been open a year, but The Curtain has well and truly risen. A sleek, six story behemoth of a hotel and members’ club, it’s home to 120 stylish bedrooms; a secret live music bar in the basement; the first UK outpost of Obama-approved soul food spot, Red Rooster; and, as its crowning glory, a rooftop bar and (small, but crucially, heated) pool… READ MORE

Amenities: Highly acclaimed restaurant, rooftop bar, pool, 24hr gym, spa & members bar
Cost: 
From £230/night
Details: 
45 Curtain Road, EC2A 3PT

Nobu

Nobu - hotels in Shoreditch London

Nobu may have started as a sushi restaurant rather than a hotel, but they’re rolling with it. After all, chef Nobuyuki “Nobu” Matsuhisa’s not one for professional pigeon-holing (he’s also appeared in the Austin Powers film, Goldmember). This recently unveiled Shoreditch hotel is steeped in Japanese minimalism, with striking architecture softened by natural wood and stone detailing. The rooms are surprisingly restful given its location – thanks in no small part to the Japanese tea sets, walk-in showers and sumptuous linens provided. Oh, and the restaurant downstairs is pretty good, too. VIEW DETAILS

Amenities: Top-shelf restaurant, 24hr gym (with classes/PT) & spa (with virtual reality facials. Really)
Cost: From £195/night
Details: 
10-50 Willow Street, EC2A 4BH

Ace Hotel

Ace Hotel - hotels in Shoreditch London

Aces can be high or low – and this one definitely comes out top. The stark exterior belies the warm, busy interiors – from the basement drinking den with its nightly live music, right up to the rooftop bar and terrace overlooking the city. Shoreditch oozes out of its every pore, with local artwork adorning the walls and a handy bike hire system in place, allowing you to explore the area. The rooms are pet-friendly, hyper-comfortable, and some even come with record players and acoustic guitars – if you play your cards right. VIEW DETAILS

Amenities: Rooftop & basement bar, bike hire, restaurants and gym
Cost: From £299/night
Details: 100 Shoreditch High Street, E1 6JQ

Main image: The Curtain/Justine Trickett


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