Covent Garden’s five-star hotel One Aldwych is an oasis of style and luxury with a prominent position in London’s West End.
The distinctive triangular building which houses the 5-star One Aldwych hotel was designed by Mewes and Davies—the architects responsible for The Ritz—and was initially home to The Morning Post newspaper.
Converted into a hotel in 1998, its tasteful contemporary interiors make the most of the beautifully proportioned, elegantly classical Edwardian architecture.
The hotel’s 105 rooms are spacious and stylish, decorated with an impressive collection of modern art.
Facilities include two restaurants, Indigo and Axis, the grand Lobby Bar (regularly voted one of London’s finest), a private cinema, a state-of-the art fitness centre with a beautiful chlorine-free pool and a spa offering Natura Bisse treatments.