Haymarket Hotel

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A bold step away from cookie-cutter minimalism, the Haymarket Hotel fuses contemporary design elements in a solid, classical setting in an ultra-central London location. The Haymarket's façade was designed by John Nash, the master architect who developed most of Regency London, including Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and the adjoining Haymarket Theatre.


Now extensively remodeled by Tim and Kit Kemp, London hoteliers extraordinaire, the remodeled Haymarket Hotel comprises 50 bedrooms and one exclusive townhouse property. The Haymarket's location could not be more central: on the corner of Suffolk Place and Haymarket, around the corner from Trafalgar Square.

In addition, the private townhouse has direct access to the hotel and all its services and facilities, offering luxury living on a large scale in a hotel context. All rooms feature wireless internet as well as granite and oak bathrooms with the highest level of techno-luxury (heated towel rails, anti-misting mirrors). Guests can also take advantage of the 18 metre swimming pool with bar and nightclub-worthy sound system, as well as the BRUMUS restaurant and bar.

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Haymarket Hotel
1 Suffolk Place
London SW1Y 4BP
United Kingdom

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