Positioned on St Martin’s Lane with unspoiled views of Trafalgar Square, Page8 will open in Autumn this year. This flagship London opening follows in quick succession from the brands first hotel launch, in Hong Kong in January 2019. Page Hotels aims to disrupt the upmarket hotel scene, by offering luxury lifestyle accommodation with style and sophistication, in central locations, catering to those who enjoy discovering new and exciting places, but with affordable luxury rates that will delight.
Situated at the south end of St. Martin’s Lane, metres away from Trafalgar Square and The National Gallery, Page8’s central location lends itself to the hotel group’s celebration of the urban explorer and those who enjoy learning about the city they are in, and what makes it tick. Whilst also offering weary explorers a sanctuary from the exciting buzz of city life, where they can relax and unwind in a creative, interior design-led atmosphere.
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Page8 will boast 138* rooms, with attention to detail evident from the moment you step over the threshold. Each piece of furniture and finish in the rooms has been meticulously chosen to be in-keeping with the hotel’s location and the brand as a whole. Natural light is key, with each room boasting large windows overlooking some of central London’s most iconic landmarks, including Trafalgar Square, the London Eye, the Colosseum theatre, National Gallery and even spanning across to Battersea Power Station.
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Page8 will also launch their website ‘Journal’ which will assist guests in actively leaving the hotel to explore the city.
At Page Hotels, their brand ethos is to connect people to people. The home of urban explorers – a place for like-minded explorers to meet and experience a side of the city’s hidden places. To help inspire their guests to travel, they curate the city’s urban explorers to act as the gateway to true local gems. These urban explorers are some of the cities’ most influential, yet understated chefs, photographers, gourmands, coffee lovers and explorers, all revealing their most secret, hidden treasures in the city, where to find the best coffee, where to take the best photos, how to experience the city and where to create the most memories.