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  • Writer's pictureYoyo Ho

Page8 London, a Chic and Stylish Boutique for City Explorers


With outposts in Hong Kong and London, Page Hotels is a boutique hotel brand that welcomes as a "home for the urban explorer". Here, coffee lovers, creatives and city dwellers come together to bond in a buzzing hub. We check into the modern hotel, which is conveniently located just next to Trafalgar Square.

This article is also available to read in Chinese (HK).

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Prime location

Tucked away in the corner of Trafalgar Square, you are moments away from the city’s most celebrated attractions – a three minute walk to the National Gallery and a five minute stroll to Convent Garden. Theatres, a fantastic array of restaurants and bars (and even food halls), artsy cafés, indie boutiques and many more exciting ventures are all within walking distance. Commuting to other parts of the city has never been easier as you are well-connected to the Charing Cross tube station and multiple bus lanes.

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Despite being situated in a touristy location, the hotel doesn't feel busy, especially upon entering its lobby, which also houses their coffeehouse, Page Common. Drawing in different types of in-the-know customers, it features books in coffee, travel, art, design, photography and more, should guests choose to read, work or socialise.

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Spanning five floors, Page8 London boasts 138 rooms with six room types. We checked in to the Deluxe Double Room, designed by Willmott Dixon Interiors. The minimalist room features a crisp white and royal blue colour palette accented by bronze details, and the view peers over the city of London below. It features a king-sized bed, Marshall speakers, a mini bar and Co Bigelow amenities.

Photo: Yoyo Ho | CSP Times

Photo: Yoyo Ho | CSP Times

Photo: Yoyo Ho | CSP Times

Food and Drink

Guests can indulge in an all-day breakfast as an extra option for their stay (which we strongly recommend). Without the restricting breakfast hours of some traditional hotels, we gladly enjoyed our slow mornings and had a hearty brunch from the coffeehouse, which you can also be served in-room.

Nestled atop Page8 is an elevated Japanese restaurant and rooftop bar, Bisushima. Delicate Japanese plates are served alongside your favourite cocktails throughout the day. As the sun sets, head to their outdoor terrace for an unparalleled view of bustling London before you dance the night away with the resident DJ's soundtrack.

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Page8 is really the place to be if you breathe and live a cultured lifestyle. Flip over their journals or captivating reads during your relaxing stay and be inspired to explore the city through its comprehensive guides.


8 St. Martin’s Place, London, United Kingdom, WC2N 4JH | +44 203 879 9400


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