About The London Edition
The London EDITION has all the hallmarks of the EDITION brand: authentic sophistication, extraordinary style and an exceptional level of service in a uniquely individual environment. Located just off of Oxford Street in the heart of London’s West End, The London EDITION is minutes away from Oxford Circus and Tottenham Court Road tube stations with easy access throughout London including airports, shops and key attractions.
The London EDITION’s 173 guest rooms and suites feature oak floors and wood-panelled walls in either dark or light finishes, modern work stations and tables cantilevered off the walls, oatmeal-upholstered tufted lounge chairs and luxury linens creating a cosy, cabin-like feel akin to a private yacht. With critically acclaimed Berners Tavern under the direction of Executive Chef Jason Atherton, two bars, an event space, meeting rooms, a fitness center and an elegant lobby, the hotel offers a dynamic social hub where guests and discerning locals can work, relax, and experience all the benefits of a home away from home.
- Monday: Open 24 hours
- Tuesday: Open 24 hours
- Wednesday: Open 24 hours
- Thursday: Open 24 hours
- Friday: Open 24 hours
- Saturday: Open 24 hours
- Sunday: Open 24 hours
Berners Tavern offers a contemporary British menu under the direction of London’s own Michelin starred Executive Chef Jason Atherton.
3 things to try when you’re there
– Sip on The London EDITION’s signature cocktail, served in its iconic peacock glass observing the lobby in the reflection of the mirrored orb that hangs from the ceiling.
– Dine at The London EDITION’s critically acclaimed restaurant, Berners Tavern where 211 specially-curated photographic portraits cover the walls.
– Concealed behind inconspicuous dark wooden doors, visit Punch room for an intimate aromatic bowl of punch in a nineteenth-century private member’s club inspired space.
You might not know but..
Behind the reception desk hangs a custom reproduction tapestry depicting one of Louis XV Gobelin Tapestries scenes dating from 1773. The original tapestry purchased in 1881 hangs in the Drapers Hall in London and was featured in a scene in the film The Kings Speech.