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Courthouse Hotel London

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In a Grade II Listed building, this luxury hotel is in Central London, 2 minutes’ from Oxford Circus Tube. The Courthouse Hotel London boasts stylish rooms, fantastic international cuisine, indoor pool and spa.

The air-conditioned rooms have modern décor and feature an entertainment system, flat-screen satellite TV with Sky Sports and Movies, as well as free WiFi access. Bathrooms have interiors sourced from Italy and picture windows.

The luxurious Thai-inspired Sanook Spa offers a variety of indulgent treatments. There is also a sauna and a well-equipped gym.

Guests can dine in the lively Carnaby Brasserie or the Michelin recommended Silk Restaurant, which serves Asian cuisine. The Courthouse also boasts a stylish cocktail bar and a rooftop terrace with views of the London skyline.

The Courthouse Hotel London is superbly situated in London's lively shopping and theatre district. The shops of Oxford Street and Piccadilly Circus are a 5-minute walk away.

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Address: 19-21 Gt. Marlborough St
London
W1F 7HL
Price: £169.15 to £629.00 per night
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Japanese tea at Silk: A group of 3 of us went for a girlfriends birthday as she visited Japan last year and fell in love with everything Japanese!

This room is odd in that it’s an old courtroom and not remotely oriental in feel aside from the statues they’ve hauled in.

Food was wonderfully cooked and super fresh; the menu was authentic enough without testing us too much and we even seemed to get some extras included. That said, this afternoon tea was not nearly as filling as traditional English afternoon teas have been. The actual tea was slightly disappointing- we were just given Twinings tea bags- I expected something more like a loose leaf tea and more traditional too. Service was good/ friendly although a little slow with giving us our bill- I put that down to how quiet they were when we went (presumably staff were called into the main restaurant/bar).

Overall it was a nice thing to try but I don’t think I’d return to this one.

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