Noho is a trendy, popular area of London in the North section of Soho near London’s West End. Here you’ll find a huge choice of incredible hotels to stay in during your business trip.
As a popular area for businesses who want to cut office rental costs, and as part of arguably the most vibrant area of London, Noho attracts millions of business visitors every single year.
So whether you’re simply staying for a few days to view serviced offices, or you’re based here for a while completing an important project, you’ll find plenty of accommodation to suit you.
When your budget and timeframe are unforgiving, you’ll need to find somewhere comfortable, friendly and cheap that does the job without charging you extra for frills. Budget hotels are ideal if you need basic comfort, and Noho has plenty of accommodation in this category for you to choose from.
The Best Western Burns Hotel is a really attractive budget hotel which brings a little bit of tranquillity to it’s guests by the way of a small but beautiful patio garden next to the breakfast room. Although the patio isn’t particularly usable in the winter months or when it’s raining, it still brings a little bit of colour and greenery to the scenery, which can sometimes be a rarity in central London. The rooms available are comfortable, smart and clean and customer service is second to none.
Hallam Hotel is a basic but comfortable hotel based on a pleasant road near Oxford Street. The hotels main marketing is centred around the fact it is cheap so you know exactly what you’re getting here and how much you’re paying for it.
If you feel like you want to experience a hotel that’s a little different to all the others, there are a few wonderful options for you to choose in Noho.
The Grange provides a classic, smart London hotel style with each room containing artwork and funky furnishings that make the place stand out amongst competitors and establishments in the area.
For a hotel that’s classy, contemporary and classic in its style, opt for The Rathbone Hotel and enjoy rich colour schemes, large comfortable beds and fine antiquities.
For stunning, unique and individual prints, raw wooden textures and splashes of green provided by fresh flowers and potted succulents, book into The Charlotte Hotel, an incredible boutique hotel designed by owner and director Kit Kemp. The hotel also has its own private cinema and trendy bistro.
If you’re looking for the best of the best, the cream of the crop, the real luxury accommodation experience, you’ll have no problem finding it in this upmarket area of London.
For spacious rooms, contemporary room design, stunning views and excellent customer service check in to the Saint Georges Hotel. For beautiful rooms containing just the right mix of classic opulence and modern touches, book into The Academy Hotel which has a beautiful private outside dining area – lovely if you’re visiting in summer.