England, London – Dean Street Townhouse

In the heart of Soho, Dean Street Townhouse occupies numbers 69 and 70 Dean Street, a pair of Georgian residences built by carpenter John Meard in 1732-1735. Home to aristocratic families and, at one point, King Charles II’s mistress Nell Gwynne, the houses were located in Soho Fields, which gradually became a cosmopolitan centre, attracting sculptors, architects and artists, the painter William Hogarth among them. Soho House took possession of the keys to numbers 69 and 70 Dean Street in 2008 and opened Dean Street Townhouse the following year.

Location

Set in a Georgian townhouse built in the 1730s, this stately boutique hotel is a 6-minute walk from Leicester Square tube station and 9 minutes’ stroll from the National Gallery art museum.

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