A Room for London



Queen Elizabeth Hall

Until Wed Dec 31

  • © Charles Hosea

  • © Charles Hosea

  • © Charles Hosea

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  • Categories :

    Art. Things to do. Design. Installation. Architecture

  • Type of event :

    Public art. Participation

A Room for London 2014

  • Date Time Price information
  • Tue Dec 23
    £300 (max 2 occupants)
  • Wed Dec 24
    £300 (max 2 occupants)
  • Thu Dec 25
    £300 (max 2 occupants)
  • Fri Dec 26
    £300 (max 2 occupants)
  • Sat Dec 27
    £300 (max 2 occupants)
  • Sun Dec 28
    £300 (max 2 occupants)
  • Mon Dec 29
    £300 (max 2 occupants)
  • Tue Dec 30
    £300 (max 2 occupants)
  • Wed Dec 31
    £300 (max 2 occupants)

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Emma B

A once in a lifetime treat. Don't underestimate the work and attention to detail by the creators of this amazing space. It's not a hotel, it's an immersive art experience that you happen to sleep in. You're surrounded by references to Joseph Conrad's "Heart of Darkness" - from art prints to hidden galleries to the architecture itself. It's full of books, some of which have hidden messages left by previous tenants, you can't help but relax, marvel at the beauty of London on the Thames and the world buzzing around below you. Naps, reading, leisurely glasses of wine, takeaway brought back up to the room, a cup of coffee - this is a retreat. Don't balk at the price tag, you won't find anything else like this in the world - I absolutely understand why it's sold out!


We were lucky enough to stay here last month and weren't disappointed. It's a hefty price tag, but then so is a hotel overlooking the Thames. Fantastic views and amazing detailing inside.


300 pounds a night for the most recent dates sold unless i am mistaken. How can people call this a room for London with a straight face?