Converted in up-to-the-minute boutique style from the imposing Banking Hall, which was built in 1856, Threadneedles is a fascinating combination of London past and London future. In the estimable view of the Hotelgenie, this is one of the very best hotels in The City of London.
In the heart of The City of London financial district, Threadneedles takes its name and address from one of London's most famous banking streets. But where once the area was all about high finance, it is now also home to increasing amounts of culture and after-hours entertainment. Within walking distance of the hotel are famous tourist attractions such as St. Paul's Cathedral, the Monument, the Tower of London, the Tate Modern and HMS Belfast. Threadneedles is also close to a number of Tube and overground rail stations such as Bank and Liverpool Street.
Rooms in Threadneedles have been decked out in a beautifully relaxed contemporary style, in keeping with the hotel's 'boutique' approach. Dramatically plain walls are adorned by abstract art, the beds are laid out in Egyptian cotton and duck down duvets and the bathrooms feature limestone, chrome and glass.
Elegant and chic in design, the hotel's restaurant, Bonds, serves up food from a menu with a modern take on Mediterranean cuisine. That relaxed, stylish atmosphere is continued in the bar.
Three meeting rooms of varying dimensions are festooned with state of the art equipment and facilities. There are also private dining rooms available for more intimate business events.
|Luxury Double||UKP 295|
|Deluxe Double||UKP 315|
|Executive Double||UKP 355|
1. The above rates are per room, per night and exclude breakfast and VAT (local tax) @ 17.5 per cent unless otherwise stated.
2. Prices are correct at the time of publishing subject to change without notice.
3. Early booking at The Threadneedles is strongly advised.
4. Cancellation Policy