There's no longer any need to spoil the satisfied contentment you feel after a superb dinner in central London by battling your way home late at night; now you can relax over a long supper, maybe catch a movie or a show, and at the end of the evening simply glide upstairs to your guest room. Above the Michelin-starred One Leicester Street restaurant, helmed by Nobu and St John alumni Tom Harris, these rooms are among the best located in town. They're serene, with clean lines, no fuss and lots of style: gleaming white – on the walls, linens and bathrooms – with flashes of turquoise and black. King-size beds, flatscreen TVs, plush robes and free wi-fi are standard. Cheapest are the so-called post-supper rooms, which are tiny, with windows but no view – they might not suit anyone on an extended trip, but they’re comfortable all the same. The suite, which runs across the top floor and actually has three bedrooms, is more of an apartment, and great for a small group. As for the restaurant, it's one of the hottest tickets in town, serving a deliciously simple range of Modern British dishes focusing on home-cured meats and fresher than fresh fish – try the gurnard with cockles and sea purslane.


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