Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting London, Dean Street Townhouse is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its luxury environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Dean Street Townhouse makes it easy to enjoy the best of London.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Dean Street Townhouse Hotel offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a concierge and room service. Guests of Dean Street Townhouse are also welcome to enjoy an on-site restaurant.
While staying at Dean Street Townhouse Hotel, visitors can check out Harrods (1.6 mi) and The View from The Shard (2.1 mi), some of London's top attractions.
London has plenty of seafood restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Sexy Fish, Burger & Lobster - Soho, and Hawksmoor Seven Dials, which are serving up some great dishes.
If you are interested in exploring London, check out one of the parks, such as Hyde Park, St. James's Park, and Primrose Hill.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Dean Street Townhouse is sure to make your visit to London one worth remembering.
I’d arranged to meet a friend as a commemoration to friend that had recently past.. so really in no mood (due to respecting the feelings of my friend). To make any complaints.. As, from the off, the waitress first dismissively & rudely plonked the cocktail down on the table, no finesse with no interest to if we required anything else.. I asked my friend .. ‘Did I imagine that’. To which I hadn’t.. As each dish that was served coldly & abruptly I was not enjoying the experience at all. . Throughout - the attitude of the waitress was some what unnerving as with each encounter it had become more evident. ( She really didn’t like us) .. ? And without any qualms needed us to know - I understand there’s a waiter shortage, but are the staff employed at The Town house informed to the calibre of the establishment and the history and reputation it once held - As within one meal it’s ruined any desire to return. For either of us.. This was my second visit since lock down. And I feel, Sadly its my last , Having once been my go to, for lunch with friends . Since this new era, & new staff, it’s now lost it’s charm.. https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowUserReviews-g186338-d8712506-r815747176-Soho_House_Dean_Street-London_England.html#…
Visited here for the Fat Tony brunch event (pre-paid ticket) and the atmosphere was really great. Fat Tony (or Fat Gary as we kept calling him) was playing all of the tunes and the food/drinks were really nice. They had amazing dancers that really entertained us and asked us what we were celebrating which was really nice. One thing I found a bit odd was that when we arrived we were asked to give card details to set up a tab. We settled our bill at the end but the next day my friend received an extra £70 charge on her card. She disputed it immediately and they were able to refund it. But I just think it’s a bit strange to start the meal off in that way, as if we would do a runner later on (and even though we had pre-paid for a ticket to the event). But either way had a great time at the event.…
This place has sadly gone downhill. Don’t want to crucify them as I feel hotels are still waking up from the COVID slumber and trying to scale in terms fo staff. The “bigger” room (they use fairly arbitrary scaling for size) are much smaller than others in their sister hotels and the rooms themselves feee a little dated rather than charming. Had some friction with staff when we were checking out early which was resolved in the end but not after I had to be that guy and raise my voice which I didn’t particle like doing. Kettners and Redchurch Street Townhouse are better hotel options if you are looking to stay in London within this hotel brand. The restaurant downstairs is still good though.
A really good meal for family get together 8. Charming service with the lovely George being very patient and taking time explaining all the wine options despite a full busy restaurant. The food is expensive and good and when the Dover sole was not quite right it was replaced with the minimum of fuss. Loved the circular table which was very sociable and we had a great waitress who seemed to be flying around with octopus arms serving lots of different customers with a smile and a”no problem” attitude.
Booked a last minute table here on Sunday evening. Service was excellent in contrast to many places in London over last few months the where it has really gone downhill. Waiter was attentive and polite and really on too of things. Food was superb and atmosphere was great. Thanks for a nice evening.