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Haymarket Hotel

Hotels Leicester Square
4 out of 5 stars
(4user reviews)
Haymarket Hotel © Britta Jaschinski

Time Out says

A terrific addition to Kit Kemp’s Firmdale portfolio, this block-sized building was designed by John Nash, the architect of Regency London. The public spaces are a delight, with Kemp’s trademark combination of contemporary arty surprises and plump, floral sofas. Wow-factors include the bling basement swimming pool and bar (shiny sofas, twinkly roof) and the central location.

Rooms are generously sized (as are the bathrooms), individually decorated and discreetly stuffed with facilities, and there’s plenty of attention from the switched-on staff.The street-side bar and restaurant are top- notch and the breakfast is exquisite.



Address: 1 Suffolk Place
Transport: Tube: Piccadilly Circus tube
Price: Rates £312-£408 double
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4 out of 5 stars

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Plush and cosy are two words that immediately come to my mind when I think about the Haymarket Hotel.

Brilliantly located near Piccadilly Circus, the Haymarket Hotel is small in comparison to others but the perfect luxurious stay in central London. It reminds me of a wealthy Mansion as opposed to a hotel. Staff are warm and welcoming. 

There is a top bar. It's amazing to think that this Oasis of calm exists in Piccadilly. You don't have to be a guest to have a drink. I wasn't staying over, but my experience tells me this is a hotel that offers a personable service to every guest. That's what sets it apart from all the bigger hotels. My visit to the Haymarket Hotel may be fleeting, but I've formed a very favourable impression.

It's also a great place to host an event. There's a ballroom that can be hired. Again, it's very fancy. I would be very happy if I ever got the chance to stay over.


I attended an event at the Haymarket and was very impressed with the beautiful design and quirky interior that had lots of attention to detail. We had a buffet style lunch which was really delicious and the staff were all attentive and helpful, although they did seem very serious but this may be because the hotel is quite upmarket and they have to have a professional demeanour. 

I didn't stay at the hotel overnight but after a workout session we used the room to freshen up. It seemed to have everything you would need for a comfortable stay and the bathroom was massive and very swanky.

This is a really nice hotel which is hidden away on a backstreet in Haymarket. My steel drum band ensemble covered a private party by the pool and we had lots of fun at that event.

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