Hotel Preview: The Exhibitionist Hotel London

The Exhibitionist Hotel London advertises itself as “the next generation of design luxury boutique hotel”. True words, at least for the design. There are only few luxury hotels in the world that are so unique and stylish at the very same time. The Exhibitionist Hotel is definitely a great addition for South Kensington as well as the whole city.

The Exhibitionist Hotel in London is a hotel on the one hand and an art exhibition on the other hand. Several areas of the hotel feature upcoming artists, while the rooms are designed by well-known architects and designers from all over the world.

Lobby (Image Source: The Exhibitionist Hotel / theexhibitionisthotel.com)

Lobby (Image Source: The Exhibitionist Hotel / theexhibitionisthotel.com)

The boutique character of The Exhibitionist Hotel is vital pretty much everywhere. With only 37 rooms in a restored eighteenth century townhouse, one of London’s newest luxury hotels fits perfectly into the scheme of boutique. The first reviews of the place also mention the good and personalized service. The Exhibitionist Hotel in London may be the rising star in the city!

Bespoken rooms for every taste

Staying at The Exhibitionist Hotel in South Kensington is unquestionably a unique experience. From the reservation onward, guests of the new luxury hotel will have a truly special experience.

Deluxe Room (Image Source: The Exhibitionist Hotel / theexhibitionisthotel.com)

Deluxe Room (Image Source: The Exhibitionist Hotel / theexhibitionisthotel.com)

You may choose one of 37 individually designed rooms which are separated in five categories. Deluxe Rooms come with a size of only 15 square meters (161 square feet), but have a design which makes the room look way more spacious.

Luxury Room (Image Source: The Exhibitionist Hotel / theexhibitionisthotel.com)

Luxury Room (Image Source: The Exhibitionist Hotel / theexhibitionisthotel.com)

Guests of The Exhibitionist may also opt for a Luxury Room or one of the way more spacious suites of the hotel. Each and every room and suite features several complimentary items like mineral water and a little snack on arrival as well as high-quality linen and bathroom amenities.

Deluxe Room with Balcony (Image Source: The Exhibitionist Hotel / theexhibitionisthotel.com)

Deluxe Room with Balcony (Image Source: The Exhibitionist Hotel / theexhibitionisthotel.com)

Not to forget about included Wi-Fi in all areas of The Exhibitionist Hotel!

Dining in a very special atmosphere

The Exhibitionist Hotel is not like other hotels in London. There is no wide range of restaurants in the hotel, but there is an option to either enjoy any kind of meal in the privacy of your room.

Restaurant (Image Source: The Exhibitionist Hotel / theexhibitionisthotel.com)

Restaurant (Image Source: The Exhibitionist Hotel / theexhibitionisthotel.com)

The hotel’s restaurant also offers dining experiences from breakfast to dinner dessert in an outstanding atmosphere that guests won’t find anywhere else in the world. In addition, guests of The Exhibitionist Hotel may also enjoy a meal in the luxurious lounge that offers a more intimate atmosphere.

Bar (Image Source: The Exhibitionist Hotel / theexhibitionisthotel.com)

Bar (Image Source: The Exhibitionist Hotel / theexhibitionisthotel.com)

Last but not least, it’s worth a mention that the bar of The Exhibitionist Hotel does not only look stunning, but is also renowned for mixing great cocktails!

Enjoying art at The Exhibitionist Hotel

Usually, spending time at a luxury hotel means either enjoying a great drink, good food, the Spa area or the privacy of your room.

Splash Suite (Image Source: The Exhibitionist Hotel / theexhibitionisthotel.com)

Splash Suite (Image Source: The Exhibitionist Hotel / theexhibitionisthotel.com)

The Exhibitionist Hotel London offers another alternative: Guests of the hotel can enjoy up to eight art exhibitions at the same time – all situated in the hotel itself.

Penthouse Suite (Image Source: The Exhibitionist Hotel / theexhibitionisthotel.com)

Penthouse Suite (Image Source: The Exhibitionist Hotel / theexhibitionisthotel.com)

Also, guests may opt for an in-room Spa treatment or a personal shopping experience in London which is available by request. Other services of The Exhibitionist Hotel include a complimentary daily newspaper, concierge service and a Samsung Smart TV in every room.

Rooms from 180 Pounds per night

Art exhibitions are usually expensive. Due to that, The Exhibitionist Hotel may be a perfect fit for everyone who wants to enjoy art and a great hotel in London at the same time. With rates starting at 180 Pounds (~ 245 Euro / 270 US-Dollar), The Exhibitionist Hotel London is less expensive than other luxury hotels in the city. However, rates are way higher on weekdays.

Bathroom (Image Source: The Exhibitionist Hotel / theexhibitionisthotel.com)

Bathroom of a Splash Suite (Image Source: The Exhibitionist Hotel / theexhibitionisthotel.com)

Breakfast comes with an extra charge, but can also be booked in advance. Rates including continental breakfast start at 208 Pounds (~ 280 Euro / 315 US-Dollar) on weekends. The rates are quite fair compared to other hotels in London, but interested guests should be aware of the fact that the rooms are a little small even though the design is outstanding!

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5 Comments on “Hotel Preview: The Exhibitionist Hotel London

  1. I really like your blog! It’s very well structured and makes me a lot of fun while reading. Great review Moritz!

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