|||||||||||Painted brick walls and armchairs upholstered in army blankets fill the lobby|The Hubbard & Bell restaurant is mid-century modern-inspired|The reception bar|Mustard-yellow banquette seats and Vitra Eames DSW chairs in the restaurant|The rooms are small but refined with crisp white linen and leather panelled headboards|A move away from generic room furniture|Bespoke wallpaper by Toby Triumph and Marcus James based on Holborn’s history|Signage for The Hoxton Hotel|A modernist black-and-white grid marquee over the entrance|The Grade II listed building previously acted as an HQ for both BT and instrument manufacturer George Kent||
03 Dec 2014

The Hoxton Hotel’s Holborn sibling

Words by Jenny Brewer

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