The London Design Festival and 100% Design are fast approaching. Starting on the 20th of September, going through the 23rd you will be able to marvel yourself with the best mid-century interior inspiration. However, if you are planning on attending the four days of 100% Design, you might want to start thinking about where you will be staying during the week. We’ve round up the best hotels in London and these are the ones that made it into our top 8...
Ham Yard Hotel
Photo © Ham Yard
Located in Soho, at the bottom of the world famous Regent Street, Ham Yard Hotel is essentially a light-filled hotel with fun furniture pieces and very cozy interiors. In one of the common areas, we can see multiple pendant lamps that are intertwined to create a fun and relaxed look. A gorgeous place to return to after a great day at 100% Design!
Photo © Rosewood London
Although Scarfes Bar is probably the most popular space of the Rosewood London, staying at the hotel is definitely a must not miss opportunity. The rooms are spacious and full of light and the decor is somewhat transitional, with a contemporary twist amongst classic elements.
COMO The Halkin
Photo © The Halkin
Simple, light and very sleek. These are the words that better describe The Halkin in London. According to The Telegraph, it “excels in the art of displaying assured self-confidence in what it does”. If you are planning on ~low key~ attending the London Design Festival, this is the hotel for you!
Photo © Blakes Hotel
Holding the title of London’s first boutique hotel since it opened in 1978, this rococo townhouse in Kensington might not be the perfect example of mid-century or contemporary interior design, but it certainly is an inspiring space to spend the night.
The London EDITION
Photo © EDITION
“Part of Ian Schrager’s hotel portfolio, The London EDITION is a great spot for after-work drinks,” said The Telegraph. It is perfect for those who are looking for much more than just a hotel: a great place to have dinner, have a cocktail or just be inspired by great interior design…
Boundary Restaurant, Rooms & Rooftop
Photo © The Boundary
What used to be a Victorian printing warehouse was turned into one of the most in places in Shoreditch by designers Terence and Vicki Conran. Not only does the space boast a popular restaurant, café and rooftop bar, but it also offers 17 rooms for you to stay with all the comfort you might need.
South Place Hotel
Photo © South Place Hotel
South Place Hotel features a contemporary inspired design, with pops of color in every room, which might be a good thing to come to after a rainy day in the city, attending all the events that are waiting for you. You can even enjoy gin cocktail among the palm fronds in the Secret Garden bar, or dine on turbot in dashi broth at the Michelin-starred restaurant.
High Road House
Photo © High Road House
With Ilse Crawford being the original designer of the High Road House, we couldn’t expect anything other than perfection. The designer used a “Scandinavian-influenced white tongue-and-groove” in the rooms, mixed with a charming hand-painted wallpaper. It is a sophisticated and simple design, that shows that more times than none, less is more.
Don’t forget to visit Essential Home at 100% Design in the stand L421!
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