St Martins Lane has re-invented the hotel experience and reflects the "hotels as theatre" approach that Ian Schrager first created in New York more than 16 years ago. It has become firmly established as the place to stay for numerous celebrities and visitors.
Situated on the edge of Covent Garden, the hotel lies in a convienient location for the West End as well as the capital's many galleries, museums and shops.
The hotel boasts 204 rooms in all, including loft rooms and penthouse apartments with stunning views of Covent Garden. As well as video art installations featured in every bedroom, guests can personalise their stay with the in-room massage and spa services on offer.
The hotel looks to its highly acclaimed restaurant "Asia de Cuba" to satisfy the gastronomic needs of its clients. Overseen by Jeffrey Chodorow, the restuarant offers a fusion of Asian-Latino cuisine in characteristically modern surroundings.