Located in the heart of the theatre district, the building that the Haymarket Hotel is housed in was designed by the architect of Regency London, John Nash. Alongside this prestigious history is a space full of contemporary design that spans an entire block of Piccadilly. In fact it’s so big that one of the ‘rooms’ available to rent is an entire town house.
The rooms themselves are designed in a contemporary English style, well laid out with a nod to designs from decades past. The guest areas downstairs vary room-by-room, and they are very adventurous in their look and feel. large sculptures made of metals and plastic, towering pictures with small beanbags below them, presumably to allow you to view them from up close, and a lavish library with fireplace and deep sofas, this hotel really pushes the boat out on luxurious design. The prices are not for the faint of heart, with rooms beginning at around the £300 mark, but if you can afford it then the Haymarket is one of the more trendy yet comfortable ways to spend a London night.