Harpers Bazaar says: Beat a retreat from the city centre without skipping a media-savvy beat at this London boutique hotel, the western outpost of Nick Jones' oh-so-cool Soho House members' club. As a guest of High Road House, you'll get the best of all worlds. read more
Telegraph says: Ilse Crawford was the original designer here, using Scandinavian-influenced white tongue-and-groove in the rooms and charming hand-painted wallpaper in the members' rooms, and the place still looks great. It's got just the right mix of self-conscious style and easygoing charm. read more
Conde Nast Traveller says: Nick Jones, founder of the Soho House, is known both for his empire of London brasseries and his private clubs. High Road House is his venture into the West London enclave of Chiswick, where chic shops and restaurants are replacing the humdrum storefronts. read more
Red says: Everything in the 14 rooms is ever-so carefully thought-out: a retro Bush wireless white, of course burbles out Radio 2 on arrival; labelled drawers contain tea and magazines, while bathrooms have pamper drawers of Cowshed products. The clapboard-clad walls are dotted with a combination of knick knacks and handier bits and bobs from hand mirrors and hot water bottles to hair dryers, and the holy grail of in-room goodies, hair straighteners. read more





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