At the Hotel
Spanning four storeys and discreetly located at 69-71 Dean Street, the aptly named Dean Street Townhouse comprises 39 luxurious guest rooms and a restaurant. Once home to aristocratic families, then a go-to haunt for politicians, artists, intellects, and royalty, the space as it stands today is the work of Soho House Group, who took ownership of the property and reopened it to the public in 2009. Old English in style, walls are covered in classic wallpapers and an impressive British art collection hangs throughout.
Food & Drink
Almost easier to find than the hotel itself, the restaurant is a popular spot for guests and Londoners. The food is quintessentially British, with an all-day menu featuring a mix of traditional cooked breakfasts, healthy dishes, Sunday roasts, and late-night snacks. The bar is open til the early hours and features a menu of fine wine and expertly crafted cocktails.
Named to reflect their size, the guestrooms at Dean Street Townhouse are called Tiny, Cosy, Small, Medium, and Bigger. Simply designed to create a comfortable, at-home ambience, the interiors are awash with understated neutral hues and classic furnishings. All come well-appointed with fainforest showers, plush Egyptian cotton sheets, and views of either Dean Street or the courtyard. The Bigger bedrooms feature larger sitting areas and freestanding bathtubs.
Located right in the heart of central London, this hotel is in the perfect position for exploring all the city has to offer. The nearest Underground Stations are Piccadilly Circus, Oxford Circus, Leicester Square, Tottenham Court Road, and Covent Garden, ensuring guests are well connected to all areas of the capital. From Heathrow International Airport, a trip by car will take approximately 60 minutes.
“One of my all-time favorites. It truly feels like a home away from home; the staff are so friendly and the rooms are so cozy. Request a bigger room to get a class clawfoot bathtub in the middle of your room for total relaxation.”