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Peeking Inside A Room at Hotel Indigo Tower Hill London

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  Site Where: 142 Minories, London, United Kingdom
September 5, 2012 at 9:38 AM | by | ()

We’ve previously gone so far to say that we coveted the furniture in some of the rooms at Hotel Indigo enough to want it for our own apartment (that was in Shanghai, and public spaces do not disappoint either). So when we had a chance to peek into a room that relatives were staying in at Hotel Indigo Tower Hill London, we were eager to check out if it lived up to our expectations.

On the exterior and the public spaces we can be brief: they’re not particularly inspiring. Architecturally, the hotel is nothing to write home about, and the small lobby with its red-granite tiles feels a little clinical. A single elevator serves the 6 floors, which only have a total of 46 rooms.

The pictures above are of a King Room, which had decent space for London, and the brand’s signature hardwood floors. The brick wall behind the bed looks nice, but we’re pretty sure it’s fake, i.e. added to the room. Overall though, the furniture and art do move the space away from being interchangeable with just any other hotel room. Highlight of the bathroom was the rain shower.

Other positive points? Wifi is free, and there are complimentary guest passes for Virgin Active Tower Bridge (a proper tricked-out gym of the Virgin Group), so gym aficionados might want to consider that.

Hotel Indigo Tower Hill is one of three Indigo properties in London, with other locations close to Paddington station(northwest) and Earls Court(southwest).

A King Room with breakfast at Tower Hill runs for about £180(about $290).

[Photo: HotelChatter]

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