This luxury hotel has 116 rooms over six floors, and is notable for its unique history as a 19th-century courthouse, many original features of which have been retained. Prices are lower here than at other nearby luxury hotels, such as the Sanderson or the Langham, but the decor isn’t quite as cohesive, and aspects feel disjointed -- such as the Union Flag rug alongside Japanese statues in the lobby. However, the property makes use of interesting historic features in the restaurant and bar, and offers a private cinema, spa, and swimming pool. Rooms have minibars and marble bathrooms, but decor can be hit and miss, as some have been recently renovated, while others show wear and tear. The location is top-notch, right in the heart of central London, with every type of shopping, dining, and entertainment on the doorstep.