It is said that “Holborn is the new Hoxton”… I don’t like to classify city’s areas like that. There is a huge difference between most of London’s neighbourhoods that makes this city so interesting. However, what is clear is that the recently opened Hoxton Hotel in Holborn is going to lift up this “in-between” area.
As its sibling in East London, it is not just a hotel. It comes along with Holborn Grind for the best coffee, Cheeky Parlour for treating yourself to a manicure and pedicure, and Chicken Shop and Hubbard & Bell, from Soho House, to delight your palate.
They have four different types of rooms (Shoebox, Snug, Comfy and Roomy) and the dream workplace called ‘The Apartment’.
The rooms_image @thehoxton
The collaboration between investment firm Ennismore, Brinkworth interior designers and Soho House Group has turned out to be a really good designed space to sleep, eat, drink and/or enjoy cool events like exhibitions, yoga classes, djs sessions…
Holborn used to be a transit point with lots of offices and not many places where enjoy a coffee or meeting friends for drinks. But now, apart from being close to lively Seven Dials, The Hoxton is making the difference. Lucky me (and my neighbours…)