One Aldwych


There is only one One Aldwych

One Aldwych is one of the very few hotels in London that can say it is truly independent. Everything has been created and curated for the delight of guests in this singular beautiful building, at the centre of London’s exciting neighbourhood – Covent Garden.

Stepping into the lobby is to step into a moment in history, dressed up in style. Built in 1905 as the home of the Morning Post newspaper, it still inspires spirited conversation and connection. Today, the luxuries and stylish flair of the contemporary suites and bedrooms sit easily with the stories of heritage and the influence of the arts. Warm, welcoming and a little unconventional, the interiors are fashioned as modern residences embellished with Art Nouveau flourishes and spirited English touches.

Come teatime there’s a choice between the magical world of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory or an elegant afternoon tea in Indigo. Under the watchful eye of Executive Chef Dominic Teague, Indigo has become a local favourite. The restaurant is informal, not stuffy, with a consistent focus on fabulous food and ingredients sourced from the best British producers. At the heart of the hotel is the Lobby Bar.

Those in need of rest and retreat will find it in the sanctuary of The Library or cocooned in the Health Club. Energy levels restored, there’s a large gym complete with the latest Peloton bike and a chlorine-free 18-metre swimming pool with underwater music.

From the beehives on the roof to filtering and bottling their own water on-site, sustainability at One Aldwych has always been a byword rather than a buzzword.