I stayed at this hip hotel and found it very nice and the fact that is not hip anymore made it even better. The rooms are small but stunningly functional, the bathroom has the perfect size, and the service was great all in. All in all my second fave hotel after the Langham.
St Martins Lane Hotel
Time Out says
Posted: Tue Nov 30 1999
When it opened a decade ago, the St Martins was the toast of the town. The flamboyant, theatrical lobby was constantly buzzing, and guests giggled like schoolgirls at Philippe Starck’s playful decor. The Starck objects – such as the giant chess pieces and gold tooth stools in the lobby – remain, but the space, part of the Morgans Hotel Group, lacks the impact of its heyday. There’s still much to be impressed by: the all-white bedrooms have comfortable minimalism down to a T, with floor-to-ceiling windows, gadgetry secreted in sculptural cabinets and sleek limestone bathrooms with toiletries from the spa at sister property Sanderson.
St Martins Lane Hotel 45 St Martin's Lane