The 12 Best Hotels in Shoreditch, London

Shoreditch is a London hotspot with plenty of great places to stay
Shoreditch is a London hotspot with plenty of great places to stay | © Richard Barnes / Alamy Stock Photo
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16 October 2020

From cocktails at the Book Club to flowers at the Columbia Road market, Shoreditch is a hotspot for hipsters and the heart of London’s underground arts scene. And with several high-profile hotels opening here in recent years, you can now stay in the area and skip the Central London crush.

Z Hotel Shoreditch

Chain Hotel, Hotel
3.6/5 (16 Reviews)
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From $224 Per night per room

Highly functional, the Z Hotel Shoreditch ditches the frills in favour of a space where everything has a purpose. Beds double as storage, while walls are turned into hanging space and TVs can be found above the bed so you can catch up on your favourite show from under the duvet. Located just steps from Old Street Station, this is a wonderful budget option that lets you save your pennies for the myriad incredible restaurants nearby. Padella, for example, is just a five-minute walk away – you can thank us later.

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The Curtain

Boutique Hotel, Suite Hotel
The Curtain, Shoreditch
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Ever wondered what it would be like to stay in one of those loft apartments your favourite sitcom characters always seem to inhabit? Well, now’s your chance to find out. This former warehouse features all the exposed brickwork and industrial floor-to-ceiling windows you could possibly want. Brass light fittings, velvet curtains and roll-top baths all speak of old New York glamour. The theme continues at Marcus Samuelsson’s internationally famous Red Rooster, where the menu pays homage to the streets of Harlem, where the original is a favourite of the Obamas. Take a dip in the rooftop pool, or have a Curtain gin cocktail in the Green Room. A stay at the Curtain, combining opulence and hedonism, is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity you won’t want to miss.

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Courthouse Hotel Shoreditch

Boutique Hotel, Independent Hotel, Business Hotel
4.4/5 (535 Reviews)
Courthouse Hotel Shoreditch
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From $285 Per night per room

Delivering a luxury boutique hotel experience since 2016, Courthouse Hotel Shoreditch flourishes on the site of an old courthouse where the notorious Kray twins once faced trial. With its quirky interior, the hotel retains some of the vestiges of the building’s former function: there’s the Judge & Jury fine-dining restaurant in what was previously a courtroom, or you can sip cocktails in one of five converted prison cells in the Jailhouse Bar.

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Batty Langley’s

Boutique Hotel, Independent Hotel, Bed and Breakfast
4.9/5 (355 Reviews)
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From $235 Per night per room

Combining the grandeur of a Georgian mansion with the convenience of a modern luxury hotel, this eccentric addition to Shoreditch is perfect for those seeking to experience the quirkier side of London. Named after an 18th-century interiors writer and landscape designer, Batty Langley’s features wood-panelled walls, heavy drape curtains and antique four-poster beds. The bathrooms, complete with restored period fittings such as vintage copper showers and cast-iron roll-top baths, are worth the stay alone. Take afternoon tea in the drawing room or breakfast in the walled garden, with a level of hospitality that’s second to none.

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Nobu Shoreditch

Suite Hotel, Spa Hotel
4.5/5 (543 Reviews)
Nobu Shoreditch
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Industrial simplicity meets understated elegance at Nobu Shoreditch, where Japanese minimalism and craftsmanship can be witnessed first-hand. Overseen by chef Nobu Matsuhisa, the in-house restaurant plies visitors with a variety of delicacies such as lobster wasabi pepper. Explore nearby Brick Lane and the Barbican before relaxing at the Nobu Spa. Sophistication is the name of the game here, and it attracts the most discerning of visitors.

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Montcalm Royal London House

Chain Hotel, Luxury
4.5/5 (953 Reviews)
Montcalm Royal London House
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From $205 Per night per room

In stark contrast to today’s hipster-strewn Shoreditch, this five-star hotel began life as the Royal Mail head office. Aviary, its tropical-meets-1920s rooftop bar, sets the scene with lush green chairs and leaf-patterned cushions – an apt setting for botanical cocktails served from the gold-accented bar. Rooms mix white leather and neutral tones, brought to life with pops of atomic tangerine, while essentials come with luxurious twists: rain showers in marble bathrooms, award-winning Elemis toiletries, Nespresso machines and so on. There’s plenty more opportunity for pampering at the fully equipped gym and spa where you can take a dip in the dreamy topaz pool.

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citizenM London Shoreditch

Budget Hotel
4.6/5 (988 Reviews)
The rooms at citizenM London Shoreditch are compact but functional
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From $123 Per night per room

An eclectic, Andy Warhol-inspired lobby awaits you inside the uniform exterior of citizenM: think Pop Art pillows, kaleidoscopic art, black leather chesterfield sofas and shelves lined with colourful curiosities. Rooms are equally quirky, with retro bucket chairs and ambient lighting (perfect for cosy movie nights in front of the tablet-controlled TV). Downstairs, the canteen caters to every whim – help yourself to a classic English or continental breakfast, or unwind in the evening with a local craft beer. The central location means you are brilliantly poised to explore the treasures of Shoreditch – check out the dynamic variety of street art that has given the area its creative edge.

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Cuckooz Hoxton

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Cuckooz Hoxton
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Straight out of 1990s Los Angeles, design-led Cuckooz puts a modern twist on Fresh Prince-style patterns with abstract confetti cabinets, paper plane-print cushions and polka-dot walls. Pastels and primary colours complement plant-filled rooms that range from standard to deluxe. A memorable stay is ensured with amenities like underfloor heating, plush Simba mattresses, Neom toiletries and a sleek Apple TV. Intent on making you feel at home in the city, the hotel also offers up some tasty welcome treats upon arrival, as well as neighbourhood guides so you can quickly familiarise yourself with the graffitied streets of nearby Shoreditch.

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  • nhow London

    Chain Hotel, Hotel
    4.7/5 (98 Reviews)
    NHow London
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    From $137 Per night per room

    The cloud-brushing exterior of nhow London gives the illusion of a disjointed Rubik’s Cube, with an interior to match. Its cavernous lobby is a multicoloured manifestation of a child’s dream, with its rocketing Big Ben, Banksy-style artwork and Instagram-worthy neon signage. Upstairs, rooms are quintessentially British, paying homage to monarchs on the walls and lighting the intimate space with bulldog lamps. The hotel also offers Dilmah tea, in true English fashion. Enjoy far-reaching city views from the emerald haven of the velvet-floored penthouse, while families can spread out in the expansive suites. In the evening, treat yourself to a meat-free meal at the eco-conscious Bell & Whistle restaurant.

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    Redchurch Townhouse

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    Sophisticated urban luxury is the name of the game in this brutalist 37-bedroom townhouse. French doors open onto a rustic open-plan reception area, with restaurant Cecconi’s in the back serving up delectable Italian dishes, such as wild mushroom pappardelle. On the upper floors, rooms are infused with elements of 1950s suburbia: bold upholstered armchairs and classic earthy tones blend with natural materials for a casual and cosy feel. Trendy vintage details also crop up in the form of Marshall radios and vanity tables – valuable assets when sprucing yourself up for a night out on the town.

    Hart Shoreditch Hotel London

    Hotel, Luxury
    4.7/5 (81 Reviews)
    Hart Shoreditch
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    From $130 Per night per room

    With its winding wrought-iron staircase and copper touches, this restored Georgian townhouse epitomises the industrial aesthetic of Shoreditch. On-site restaurant Barboun, done out in beige tones with lush plants, creates an idyllic setting for Instagram-worthy breakfast dishes such as shakshuka. Rooms are styled in muted greys and salmon pinks; luxurious suites come with a Nespresso machine, marbled rain shower and minibar. You can work off that shakshuka using the state-of-the-art gym facilities, or stretch your legs with a stroll around the neighbourhood. If you’re feeling restless or parched, swing by the Book Club for an evening of ping-pong and cocktails.

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    Boundary London

    Boutique Hotel, Suite Hotel
    4.4/5 (97 Reviews)
    The Boundary Project has three restaurants, two bars, a bakery and a deli
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    From $206 Per night per room

    Setting the tone with classic cinema-style signage over its front door, Boundary London lives up to its promise with an enchanting interior. The 20th-century-style rooms take inspiration from various designers and design movements, from bold geometric Bauhaus headboards and the natural palette of minimalist designer Terence Conran to the sprawling flora on the wallpaper of the expansive David Tang suite. Meanwhile, the rooftop is a dazzling wonderland canopied with a web of fairy lights. In winter, you can sink into the faux-fur lined seats for cheese fondue and a glass of their hot hazelnut-flavoured Snow Queen cocktail.

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    This article is an updated version of a story created by Bianca Barratt.

    These recommendations were updated on October 16, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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