The Telegraph says: The Shoreditch outpost of the Ace Hotel is still a premier hipster hotspot, from its co-working space for locals to the stylish rooms with unusual amenities for trendy travellers, and ever-popular restaurant Hoi Polloi for anyone wanting a good time. There's even a sauna to relax in when you want some downtime. read more
Time Out says: City and the heart of Shoreditch (right by the fantastic shops of Redchurch Street), and its own inimitable brand of cool. Shoreditch High Street is the first European location for the uber-hip (and fast-growing) Ace chain, which started life in Portland, Oregon. read more
His Kind says: Infinitely trendy rooms and suites offering endless Shoreditch vibes After checking in, heading out to scrape up any Record Store Day leftovers in and Around Hackney and dining on as much street food as possible, we come back to a note in our room welcoming us to Ace Hotel, hoping we like their take on “sassy East London” with two ration tickets for free coffee. Amazing. Welcome to the Ace. read more
Financial Times says: Can you retrofit cool? Can you take even the blockiest, dreariest hotel and turn it into a beacon of urban style? I would have said no, you can’t – but that is exactly what the Ace Hotel group has tried to do with its first property in Europe. The original Ace opened in 1999 in a converted Salvation Army hostel in Seattle, followed by hotels in Portland, Palm Springs and New York. read more
Dezeen says: Turntables and Tokyobikes will be available to hire at the latest addition to the Ace Hotel chain, designed by London practice Universal Design Studio and opening later this month in Shoreditch. Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby's Universal Design Studio designed the interior and exterior of the 258-room hotel on Shoreditch High Street, behind a new facade designed by the team. read more





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