The 59-room Zetter hotel may have started off as a 19th century residential building and eventually turned into a five-storey warehouse, but it has since been totally transformed, by renowned restaurateurs Michael Banyan and Mark Sainsbury, into a very fine 59 room hotel that radiates style and modernity.
It also a features within its premises an excellent restaurant open to the public.
All this in Clerkenwell – one of London’s up an coming fashionable neighbourhoods. Young designers and artists have created a contemporary style with wallpaper panels, artwork, ceramics and furniture.
Bedrooms are fitted with the latest technology, including fast broadband through to interactive television, movie-on-demand and a 4,000-title library of free music tracks. Bathrooms display large Raindance showers and natural bath products from Elemis.
There are also 7 rooftop studios with private outdoor patios, mini-bar and floor to ceiling windows with swinging London as their backdrop. Twenty-four-hour room service and vending machines that dispense from champagne to cameras, on every floor. It’s also great for business trips as the Zetter provides excellent installations for meetings and conferences, complete with all the gadgetry needed.
The surrounding area is a microcosm of London in itself - good restaurants, pubs, galleries, theatres and all sorts of shops. And don’t forget the renowned Zetter restaurant mentioned earlier, with its Mediterranean style cuisine food and comprehensive international wine list, (open every day). It could be said the Zetter offers a price ratio of quality in a city of quite often irrational prices.
- Audio-visual services
- Central heating
- Meeting room
- Air conditioning
- Hair dryer
- Internet WiFi
- Mini bar
- Non smoking rooms
- Room for handicapped
- Room service