Lost Property, St Paul’s, Curio Collection London
Today’s Reader review is from Andrew Beaumont, who has been a longtime TLFL subscriber and reader. If you’re interested to read more about The Lost Property St. Paul’s Hotel, then you can read another article about this hotel here.
As a Diamond Honors Member working in The City, I really wanted to see what this new hotel was like as hotels that are walkable from the office (The Gherkin) aren’t common. My go-to ‘local’ hotel was the DT Tower of London, so was eager to compare. I stayed not long after it opened.
I booked via the Hilton App on an ‘Honors semi-flex rate of 187 GBP. This was for a Queen Room.
Location-wise, it is next to St Paul’s (the closest tube as well) so very well located.
The hotel was surrounded by fencing when I got to it:
I didn’t eat in the restaurant at night but had breakfast, and although it was a buffet, there were nice little touches like flat mushrooms, individual coffee pots etc.
The hotel had many other nice touches, like the ‘lost’ person in reception (a mannequin) and a display charting some of the histories of Hilton.
Final point. The key cards were sustainable. Completely recyclable.