THE HOSPITAL CLUB
A creative hub that encompasses like-minded individuals sharing a passion for music, the arts and life. That was the idea shared between Paul Allen and Dave Stewart in 2004 while having a drink in Covent Garden after spotting a boarded up building. It is safe to say this vision has successfully transcended into reality. Now, in it’s second decade, The Hospital Club has added private chambers to it’s list of amenities so you can rest where you play.
The luxury boutique bedroom collection is set on the third floor and can only be accessed by guests with a room key. The 15 stunning, retro-chic rooms were meticulously designed, incorporating artwork by emerging contemporary artists and all offer a unique vibe. You’ll find a sophisticated collection of literature, vintage clocks, timber canopies and curated stained glass accents. The rooms range from small and cosy sleeper pads with no windows (£215) to spacious rock-star styled suites with private balconies (£605).
As if the “creative juices” in the mini-bar wasn’t a bonus enough, an in-room cocktail service is provided every evening at 7pm. This is by far one of the coolest amenities I have come across, and the custom wooden trolley is a piece of art in itself. Stocked with all the ingredients for a mean cocktail, or take the daily special and put your taste buds in the hands of the professional!! It’s really a win-win here.
The club offers so much more then these great rooms, though they are so welcoming they’re hard to leave. Explore the floors and try some delicious food and drinks at one of the various lounges. Chat with the friendly staff or soak in some conversation with other guests. Spend some time in the vibrant common areas, take in a movie in the large screening room or check out one of the featured exhibitions. Let’s also not forgot all that London offers within a short walking distance.
Luxurious, classy, and unique, plus an emphasis on supporting the arts. The Hospital Club is a definitive example of what nadaCliché strives to uncover and I’m so happy I had the opportunity to visit and experience this world class hotel. It raised the bar on quality, service and style and will remain one of my favourite accommodations for some time.
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