Holborn is an attractive and bustling area of London, full of exquisite and attractive hotels for you to stay in during your business trip to the area.
As a key area of business due to its great central location, and with its cutting edge shops and eateries, Holborn is a key destination for tourists and business visitors alike.
So whether you’re working here for a month on a hefty project, or stopping by for a couple of days viewing serviced offices, you’ll be sure to find somewhere exciting and comfortable to stay in Holborn during your trip.
Sometimes it simply isn’t possible to spend time finding somewhere unique or special to stay for a trip. Other times the timescale for planning is near enough none existent or the budget is tight, in which case you’ll want to take advantage of the budget hotels Holborn has to offer.
The Premier Inn is a good option if you want a minimalist, basic room within close proximity to pretty much everything the area has to offer. The rooms here are rather futuristic so you won’t get a home from home feel, but you will get clean and practical amenities and affordable rates. Travelodge is another great choice and is located just a few minutes away from the nearest London Underground station. Both of these hotels offer exceptional service and truly the lowest accommodation rates in this area.
When you’re a trendy, funky traveller who doesn’t just settle for basic rooms, you’re going to want to stay in the quirkiest, most innovative hotels Holborn has to offer. Luckily for you, Holborn has heaps of unique accommodation for you to choose from.
The Hoxton is by far the trendiest hotel in the area, with hashtag pillows, super cool artwork and fun wall cut-outs, you’ll be feeling pretty on trend from the moment you walk into this establishment. The hotel understands how busy you are, so much so that they’ve cut out breakfast time altogether and only do ‘breakfast bag drop offs’ so you don’t even have to leave your room to get ready for the day in the morning. The hotel also offers ‘The Apartment’, an amazing workspace you can hire that includes a choice of six rooms (complete with chunky wooden tables and chairs) and a pantry kitchen for when you need a break.
If you’ve not booked into The Hoxton already, the Grange Holborn Hotel is also a good choice, albeit not quite as funky.
For times when the boss has loosened the purse strings enough for you to splash out on business accommodation, or you simply fancy being surrounded in luxury, you’re going to want to explore some of the high end accommodation options Holborn has to offer.
Rosewood London is an excellent choice if you want guaranteed luxury, and plenty of upgrade choices. The stunning Edwardian hotel has three levels of accommodation depending on your budget. Standard rooms; come in six different levels of luxury, all containing bespoke furnishings, elegant decor and tactile materials. Suites; gorgeous living spaces designed to be both classic and homely at the same time. Signature suites; absolute high end luxury with the highest priced ‘Grand Manor House Wing’ covering 585 square feet, offering a private lift and entrance, six bedrooms and it’s very own postcode. Accommodation at Rosewood begins at luxury; there are no budget options here. If that’s a little too luxurious for you, The Junior Double Suite at The Thistle is a good choice. You won’t get your own postcode in this suite, but you will get; a large double bed, luxury ensuite with bath and ‘rain’ shower, dining area / lounge and various room additions. The decor here is contemporary, sophisticated and neutral.