A magnificent bronze statue of a woman symbolizing the Moon welcomes you to the hotel The Nadler Soho, in the heart of the homonymous district of London. Occupying a prominent position above the entrance, the female figure looks small Carlisle Street, near the Square Soho. As for the hotel, it is a family affair. The wife of the owner Robert Nadler, Clarissa, is responsible for the simple but effective design in all areas.
The cozy rooms are dominated by rich shades of chocolate, caramel and cream, while the four poster beds and fur blankets create a sense of relaxation and comfort. The decor is complemented perfectly by the black and white tables, creating the son of Clarissa, knotting harmony with the simple aesthetics. Some rooms have a kitchenette, allowing guests to cook under their own gousto.Sto hotel there are public areas, except the reception but offered a reservation at nearby restaurants Burger & Lobster, Polpo and Spuntino, but the club Milk & Honey the plus is the late checkout, at 12 noon.
By Nicole P.