REVIEW: The Hospital Club – The Bedrooms.



The Hospital Club

‘The Hospital Club is a creative hub in the heart of London. Offering the creative community the environment and facilities it needs to create, connect and collaborate.’

We have recently become members and it has never failed us. I mean, we have a private cinema at our fingertips, two bars, daily events and gigs, a work hub (for when we pretend to work), access to superb food and now…15 exclusive bedrooms each with character and style.

The Hospital Club’s bedrooms are everything you would want in a hotel. You feel like you are in a premium country hotel rather than the most tourist-y part of London, plus you do not have to be a member to book (20% discount if you are).

Every part of the hotel has been created with the greatest attention to detail and has been designed by the extremely talented and passionate experts at Russell Sage Studios (who have also designed Dishoom, The Grain Store and The Zetter Townhouse). The corridors feature beautiful (yet eery) moulds of hospital equipment/skeletons.

The rooms vary in size and prices – £180 for a Small, £230 for a Medium, £360 for Large and £580 for the Suites. We were lucky enough to have stayed in the latter. And it was almost heartbreaking to leave.

Our suite had a seventies allure about it. You can definitely envision Austin Powers having a shagadelic party with lots of beautiful groovy chicks in there. The room consists of a huge crescent-shaped bright orange sofa, a cocktail cabinet (for you to be your own barman), an erotic mini bar (yes really), amazing lighting and quirky features throughout. Including plugs UNDER the carpet.

The bathroom makes you feel like you’re somewhere in the Cotswolds, never has a London hotel that we’ve stayed in (even the best ones) have got that right. The products are courtesy of REN and there is even a country-style free standing bath.

Even if you’re not a member, you will  have access to all areas of the club for the duration of your stay and we highly recommend checking out the restaurant on the 2nd floor.

If you want a country break (without the travel), a romantic getaway or something to brag to your friends about then you MUST stay at The Hospital Club overnight as it’s one of those places you have to experience. Before you die

The Hospital Club
24 Endell Street