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"A funky design driven hotel in the very heart of London's West End"
In the heart of London’s West End, W London Leicester Square is a deluxe hotel that mixes luxury with innovative design. It has 192 contemporary rooms and suites featuring custom-made furnishings and exclusive amenities.
All the rooms have special W beds have feather-top mattresses, 300 thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets and goose-down comforter as well as cutting-edge technology and advanced in-room entertainment systems. There are a variety of unusual and lovely rooms and suites to choose from.
The Wonderful Room, which sleeps two, is a studio in which the bathroom is designed into the overall living space. Mirrored doors reveal the shower and WC. This bathroom feature is also used in the Spectacular Room, which has a floor-to-ceiling window overlooking Wardour Street and Soho, and the Fabulous Rooms, with floor-to-ceiling and wall-to-wall windows overlooking Wardour Street and Chinatown.
The Cool Corner Room sleeps two adults and one child and has a separate bathroom. It has extra space for entertaining and views over Chinatown and Wardour Street. The Studio Suite sleeps up the three and has views over Soho, Piccadilly and beyond. It has a separate bathroom. Other luxuries include a modern lounge chair, state-of-the-art entertainment system, 37" flat screen TV and iPod dock.
The Spa Suite features a separate bathroom with mirrored doors to reveal a shower, steam room, WC, a centrepiece bathtub and vanity counter. There is also a spa treatment bed. Fantastic Suites have views over Soho and Piccadilly. Marvellous Suites are situated on higher floors with views over Leicester Square. Wow Suites are on higher floors with rooftop views over Leicester Square, Piccadilly and Soho.
The E Wow Suite is a one-off with extreme design. This penthouse in the sky has a circular sofa centrepiece under a mirror ball sculpture, a dining room area, a separate bedroom, a bathroom with Jacuzzi, a four-person shower and 62" TV screen in the bathroom.
"All the facilities you could want to make enjoy your stay in London"
Facilities at W London include the W Hotels Store, 24-hour front desk, 24-hour concierge desk, W Hotels iPhone app, tour/excursion service, multilingual staff, whatever/whenever service, laundry/valet service, luggage storage, 24-hour security and bellmen/porters. The hotel offers charged wireless high speed internet access in all areas. Recreation facilities include fitness centre, spa and in-room massage treatments. Business services include the Wired business centre and currency exchange. There is also valet parking and a car rental service.
If you want to party, drink and have a good time, the Wyld bar is perfect and has a DJ and an oversized mirrorball while the W Lounge bar has guest DJs from Thursday to Saturday. On Wednesdays it hosts a showcase of established names as well as up-and-coming talent with Wyld Wednesdays parties. The bars sell a range of drinks and cocktails as well as snacks. For Southeast Asian sensuality, Spice Market restaurant offers Jean-Georges Vongerichten's unique interpretations of the region's cuisine served in an informal and sultry atmosphere.
"A great venue for meetings, parties and events, with Theatreland on the doorstep"
W London’s events spaces are versatile and high-impact. The hotel can put on slick boardroom meetings, film screening, private dinners and lavish press launches. Entertaining space includes a screening room, the lounge to the Wyld Bar as well as guestrooms and suites.
The best theatres, cinemas, restaurants, shops and nightclubs can be found on the doorstep on this hotel in Wardour Street, in the heart of London’s Theatreland. Soho and Chinatown are just north of the hotel and are famous for restaurants and nightlife. Oxford Street and Regent Street are within walking distance.
The nearest London Underground stations are Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square, Covent Garden, Charing Cross and Embankment. The nearest mainline railway station is Charing Cross. The area is in London Travelcard Zone 1 and is inside the London Congestion Charge Zone for cars.