1960's atmosphere at the White City House

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1960's atmosphere at the White City House

Situated in the former BBC head office, the perfect location and singular style of the White City House are the tokens of an unusual London stay.

Take up residence in this donut-shaped building, a true icon of London's cultural life in the heart of the White City neighbourhood. The former tenant is none other than the BBC, the famous British TV network, which had made it its home office since 1960. Four floors have now been devoted to Soho House's latest hotel. The 1960's-inspired 45 rooms are therefore rearranged offices that will give you an experience suffused with nostalgia. Wander the corridors, where dark vintage striped panelling will take you out to another time. Countless bars and restaurants will be open just for you, on your way to the tower's rooftop, where you will be able to take in the incredible views of the urban landscape, either from the swimming pool, or on a deckchair, book in hand. For an even more relaxing moment, favour certain areas of the hotel where mobile phones and laptops are banned. Log out and enjoy!

White City House
Television Centre
101 Wood Ln
White City
London W12 7FR

+44 20 7870 0000


Rooms: from 100 GBP