Ace Hotel London Shoreditch

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Ace arrived in Shoreditch from the US a couple of years ago, taking over a dowdy Crowne Plaza hotel. The look of the spacious rooms is comfortable and a bit bohemian, with wall-to-wall daybeds/sofas, sturdy oak or metal storage units, round oak tables and luxury denim coverings. Furniture and accessories reflect the Ace appreciation of artisans. You might find an Ally Capellino leather change box (her shop is just down the road) or a lovely CF Martin & Co guitar in your room.

The lobby vibe is egalitarian and informal: a long communal table holds computers and there are DJs every night. There’s a cute juice bar, Lovage, a nook of a coffee shop, a bar tucked into a further nook, a flower shop even, and the fine wood-clad brasserie Hoi Polloi. The Ace building also houses a record shop – Sister Ray Ace – and a nightspot and music venue, Miranda. It really doesn’t get hipper than this.

Venue name: Ace Hotel London Shoreditch
Address: 100 Shoreditch High Street
E1 6JQ
Transport: Shoreditch High Street Overground
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Matilda Egere-Cooper

I'm a massive fan of the Ace: it's an uber hip hangout if you're looking to have drinks with friends or just want to tap into the free wifi while doing a bit of work  - and I love the fact that on the way down to the Miranda (their basement nightclub), you can see images of Grace Jones plastered all over the walls. Can't get cooler than that.

Kirsty E

We came to the hotel for the acoustic east festival at Miranda. A fun evening showcasing some excellent new talent. It's a bit of a dreary venue but fine for what it is used for. The music was very edgy and we were entertained by an eclectic mix of different styles and cultures. Well worth a visit to see some stars of the future before they make it big!

Sarah J

I often come to the Ace Hotel to work in the lobby. It's such a great atmosphere with low-lighting, free wifi and great and friendly service from the bar staff. The food served by Hoi Polloi is amazing, favourites include mushrooms and ricotta on toast, dripping chips and their sandwiches. Open 24-hours it's a perfect place to get some reading, writing or freelance work done.