Wherever the Soho House comes, they create boutique hotel magic. In Barcelona, Istanbul and soon perhaps Amsterdam but London tops it all. In 1867 they established The Kettner’s Townhouse, a 33-room boutique hotel that comes with a champagne bar and restaurant, which was one of the first restaurants in London to serve French food. As a result, it often accompanied many famous visitors, such as Winston Churchill, Oscar Wilde and Margaret Thatcher.
In 2009 it was expanded by the Soho House hotel and the Dean Street Townhouse. Following the closure of the Katter’s Townhouse in 2016. But we’ve got good news because it has reopened and it’s a dream. Every room has gotten his own makeover “in a French boudoir style and features original Georgian timber floorboards and fireplaces, with heritage windows and vintage pieces.” The Champagne Bar is still there and more gorgeous than ever, making you feel like you’ve stepped straight into the 1920s.
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