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The best hotels near Hoxton

From budget options to fancy hangouts, feel like one of the cool kids at the best hotels near Hoxton

By Time Out editors
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Looking for the best hotels in Hoxton? Check out our selection of accommodation in one of the coolest neighbourhoods in London and you'll have access to Shoreditch, Dalston and a whole host of excellent bars, restaurants and buzzy after dark venues.

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The best hotels near Hoxton

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The Z Hotel Shoreditch

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Modish and moderately priced, the Z offers small, simple rooms in a converted office building, just a five minute walk from Hoxton Square. Expect handcrafted beds, complimentary toiletries and power showers in the en suite bathrooms, and free wifi. Continental breakfast in the Z Café is extra, but includes fresh croissants, fruit salad, smoked salmon and bacon rolls, and unlimited coffee or tea. Complimentary cheese and wine evenings are a bonus.

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citizenM London Shoreditch

Hotels Shoreditch

In the heart of hipsterville, within stumbling distance of the boutiques on Redchurch Street and Shoreditch’s busiest restaurants, bars and clubs, the Dutch chain citizenM is hard to beat. Affordable, stylish, with self check-in but staff on hand to offer assistance and, when available, room upgrades. Expect snappy decor (Vitra furniture in the lobby, mismatched everything), and free stuff too: films, wifi and everything in your fridge. Breakfast is extra, but the cocktail bar is open 24 hours for food and drink.  

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The Shoreditch Inn

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For great transport connections at a hard-to-beat price – rooms from under £100 with continental breakfast included – Shoreditch Inn offers clean and simple, rather than luxurious, accommodation. You’ll be a short walk from Hoxton and Shoreditch Overground stations, and, though it can feel more ‘hostel’ than ‘hotel’, you’ll have tea- and coffee-making facilities, free wifi, reasonably sized bathrooms with power showers and complimentary toiletries. 

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Premier Inn London City (Old Street)

Hotels Hoxton

For cheap rooms a short walk from Old Street tube, Premier Inn offers clean, modern spaces with air-con, and also benefits from tea- and coffee-making facilities.The best thing about this branch is the views from rooms across the city skyline. Full and continental breakfasts are taken in the on-site Thyme restaurant, which also provides evening meals. There’s a bar for snacks and drinks.

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Hoxton Hotel

Hotels Shoreditch

Following a recent refurb, the Hoxton is even cooler than it was when it opened: LED lighting in the halls, creative room design with plenty of leather, wood and rain showers, and reasonable pricing depending on your choice of ‘shoebox’ to ‘roomy’. Free breakfast bags are delivered to your room, and there’s tea- and coffee-making facilities and free wifi. The destination Hoxton Grill, open all day, serves American-style food, plus there’s a big lobby area with a covered outdoor courtyard.

Ace Hotel London Shoreditch

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Part of a US chain, Ace Hotel has a philosophy that aims to fit hotels to their area, so offers hip, slightly bohemian rooms with vintage furniture, Revo radios and a well-stocked minibar. The lobby, with slouchy leather sofas and a communal table, has free Wi-Fi, a juice bar, brasserie, and DJs, screenings or parties most nights. There’s even a record shop. Check out the Hoi Polloi restaurant (from the team behind Bistrotheque and Shrimpy’s) serving seasonal British cooking. 

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Courthouse Hotel

Hotels Old Street

The most recent addition to the Hoxton hotel scene may not be quite as grand as its baroque Edwardian façade would suggest, but it is a stunner, especially the parts that have retained features from its former life as the Old Street Court House and Police Station; the lobby and panelled dining room are particularly impressive. Rooms are handsome if a bit bland, with huge flat screen TVs – including some in bathrooms; opt for a room in the original 1908 building for occasional period features.

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