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Dean Street Townhouse - Review
Georgian London lives on in this hip Soho hangout with a roll-call of illustrious former guests. Artist William Hogarth once resided here, together with the Novello musical family, artist Lucien Freud and the infamous Gargoyle Club. With such supreme Soho credentials, Dean Street Townhouse not surprisingly crackles with a creative edge.
The building’s graceful 18th century architecture and painted wood panelling have been matched with hand painted Georgian wallpapers, vintage sofas, scented candles and some striking contemporary art.
Bedrooms come in sizes ranging from Broom Cupboard to Bigger, each individually designed with bespoke Egyptian cotton linens and authentic Georgian features. Bigger bedrooms also include antique style bathtubs – available on request in Mediums. Tinies – perfect for a recession-proof night away – are fine for those nights when you plan to be either under the covers or out on the town.
All rooms have big beds, piles of plump pillows and bathrooms stocked with trendy Cowshed Spa products, not to mention indispensables like toothpaste and razors. Techno touches include iPod docks, satellite TV, free wi-fi, DAB radios and a coffee maker – with scrumptious free cookies, too. Bear in mind that Soho doesn’t sleep till late, so don’t expect things to be pin-drop quiet at night.
There’s all-day dining (and plenty of buzz) in the Dean Street Townhouse dining room, with its retro chandeliers, clubby banquettes and bold artworks by Tracey Emin, Damien Hirst and others. Mingle with media types and the odd celeb in the sociable bar area, where bespoke playlists major on dusty British grooves.
Dean Street Townhouse’s chic quarters, friendly team and brilliant location bang in the middle of town makes it just the place for naughty nights away in one of London’s most decadent neighbourhoods. No wonder Soho sophisticates can’t get enough.
The Dean Street Townhouse was reviewed by Room for Romance