The Times says: Expect antique furniture, wine-red walls, gilded pictures, shelves overflowing with leather-bound books . . . and a sense of the eccentric. The interior was inspired by the eclectic interior of London's Sir John Soane's Museum . read more
The Nudge says: Its walls are lined with a crammed collection of interesting art, antiques and collectibles like vintage writing desks, ceramics and architectural implements; and it's located within a gigantic Georgian Townhouse.
The Handbook says: Situated on quiet Seymour Street, you'd be forgiven for forgetting that Oxford Street is a stone's throw away. Luckily here you can escape the hordes and settle in for the afternoon. There isn't that grandiose air about the place that you get at other larger hotels, but then they don't have as much personality and warmth to them. read more
Evening Standard says: Maximalist, eccentric, striking, handsome and colourful. It's as if your charmingly unconventional old relative – with plenty of generously sized spare rooms – has invited you to stay in their huge Georgian townhouse read more
28-30 Seymour Street, London W1H 7JB, United Kingdom