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South Place Hotel voted amongst the Top 25 Hotels in the United Kingdom

The chic South Place Hotel has been named number 18 out of the UK’s top 25 hotels in Trip Advisor’s Travellers’ Choice Awards, a mere 16 months since opening. Winners were determined based on reviews and opinions of millions of TripAdvisor travellers around the globe.  

As the prestigious awards are based upon guest experiences, Bruce Robertson, General Manager of South Place Hotel remarks, “The entire South Place team is extremely proud to receive this accolade so soon after opening. It is particularly satisfying when recognised by guests as we endeavour to treat every visitor that walks through the door as an individual. Above all, we value our guests’ experiences which is why we consider this award such an enormous achievement.”

South Place Hotel in the City of London can claim a number of firsts: it is the first, purpose-built hotel to open in the Square Mile in 100 years; it is the only independent, luxury hotel in the City; and it is the first hotel from restaurateurs D&D London. Designed by Allies and Morrison, with interiors by Conran + Partners, the 80-bedroom hotel is one of the most stylish hotels in East London. It derives its inspiration from many of the things that make the capital buzz: cultural diversity, local neighbourhoods, understated wit and an easy sense of self to be “more meet than sleep”.

With a choice of two restaurants and three bars, guests are spoiled with culinary choice. Angler, the Michelin-starred restaurant atop the hotel, serves some of the finest seafood from across the British Isles, whilst Angler rooftop terrace is one of the most popular spots for al fresco eating and drinking in London. On the ground floor of the hotel, 3 South Place is open seven days a week for serving up British classics with a South Place twist, with DJs in the Bar most evenings and a late-night license.

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