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One Leicester Street


Leicester Street 1 WC2H 7BL London United Kingdom

Area: City & Soho / Mayfair

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Book online or call +39 041 8620400


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Set in a five-storey Georgian building, Leicester House offers sumptuous rooms. Located in the heart of bustling Chinatown, our friendly yet professional staff will provide you traditional hospitality at its best. With 14 guest rooms and 3 suites, Leicester House is your new stop-off when in London and the Hotel is surrounded by the vibrant areas of Chinatown and Soho. As you walk through the door, you may have noticed the three signs on the front of the building - they read LANGOUSTE, HUITRES & MOULES and hark back to when the building opened as Manzi's seafood restaurant in 1928. But the history of the building goes back further, Leicester House was originally a six story Georgian townhouse, the building was the Hotel du Commerce in the early 19th century, whose guests included Karl Marx and the Austrian composer Johann Strauss, who stayed at the hotel in 1838.

 

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Hotel Services

  • 24 hour front desk
  • Internet facilities
  • Wireless Internet Access in public areas
  • Air Conditioning
  • Laundry service
  • Elevator
  • Pool Bar

Room Features

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