Smart Luxury in Central London
Located at 10 Carlisle Street, deep in the heart of London’s Soho district, The Nadler Soho offered stylish accommodations for our London stay in late May. A recipient of TripAdvisor’s 2019 Certificate of Excellence, the Nadler Soho blends classic luxury with the vibrancy of its surrounding locales and modern convenience. We were surrounded by art and culture from the moment we arrived, greeted at the front entrance by a towering statue of Selene, the goddess of moon and magic, representing sleep, by local artist Hew Locke.
Our room offered comfort and technology, equipped with a spacious bathroom with an oversized shower, and an interactive television with the ability to stream content directly from our mobile device. We even selected from their pillow menu, ensuring extra comfort for our stay. There was also a convenient bespoke kitchenette, along with a microwave, fridge, water filter, complimentary coffee and fair-trade tea.
We jump-started our mornings with fresh coffee, tea, and a delicious array of breakfast items. The breakfast was available for delivery to our room or in person at Scarlett Green, a two-minute walk from the hotel’s front entrance. Menu highlights included avocado toast on charcoal bread, spicy shakshuka eggs and toast, and fancy bacon roll with eggs, roti bread, and hollandaise. The hotel also filled our room’s fridge with a custom assortment of our favorite items.
Despite its comfort, we didn’t stay in our room for very long only because the Nadler Soho is surrounded by the vibrant culture of the Soho district and we were encouraged to fully enjoy it. We actually loved discounts and perks at a long list of local bars, innovative restaurants, high-end salons, luxury spa treatments, and tours. We wandered down Carnaby Street and London’s Chinatown, toured the British Museum as well as the Handel & Hendrix in London museum, and caught a performance at the Royal Opera House.
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Writer: Vanessa Ferrelli