Housed in a former Victorian printworks, Sir Terence Conran’s hotel conversion was a hit from the moment it opened in 2009. There are 12 spacious rooms, individually styled with a nod to a design movement, such as Bauhaus or Shaker. Some have wet rooms, and there are another five suites featuring outdoor balconies and great city views. A rooftop bar and the on-site Albion restaurant, serving top quality French food, add to its appeal.
Planning a stay in one of the best hotels in Shoreditch? With Brick Lane market, Boxpark, and regular street-art tours, east London’s Shoreditch is almost as busy during the day as it is by night, when some of the best late-night venues in London welcome hipsters and fashionistas until the early hours.
Thankfully there are cheap hotel options along with the boutique stylings of Shoreditch House and the Boundary. Once booked, check out the Book Club, combining an all-day café and music venue, Bombay-style restaurant Dishoom, and great restaurants including Hawksmoor and Mark Hix’s Tramshed. Without further ado, there's our pick of the best hotels in Shoreditch.
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