Housed in the former Camden Town Hall Annex in London’s thriving King’s Cross neighborhood, the 1974 Brutalist building has been meticulously restored and sets the perfect stage for The Standard’s first hotel outside America. The Standard, London has 266 rooms in 42 unique styles ranging from Cosy Core rooms to terraced suites with outdoor bathtubs overlooking St Pancras station. The lobby lounge, with a carefully curated library, pays homage to the building’s original use, with a Sounds studio hosting weekly live music and talks. Executive Chef Adam Rawson’s street-facing bar, Double Standard, offers lunch, happy hour and casual drinking and dining, while his garden restaurant, Isla, features a seasonally-driven, coastal-inspired menu. Board the street level, exterior red lift directly to the 10th-floor where Chef Peter Sanchez-Iglesias’ forthcoming restaurant will showcase his live-fire cooking and the building’s 360-degree views of London.
The Hoxton is a series of open-house hotels inspired by the diversity and originality of the streets and scenes of London. With three locations across London including, Holborn, Shoreditch and the imminent opening of the Southwark Hoxton (close to Printworks ), whatever room size you chose, you can always expect the same Hox Perks. That’s a daily light breakfast bag drop delivered to your door, free wi-fi, and free calls to anywhere in the world. Your rip-off free minibar comes stocked with free water and fresh milk, and you can fill it yourself with beers and wines sold at supermarket prices at our front desk.