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Hoxton Hotel offers rooms by the hour

Published: 20/02/2009 - Filed under: News »

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Innovative London hotel The Hoxton is offering business travellers the chance to use its bedrooms as work rooms for just £19 between the hours of 10am and 4pm on weekdays.

Recognising the fact that many rooms are empty between these hours, the hotel has decided to put together a package allowing day trip visitors to London the ability to use the room’s facilities.

The offer includes:

  • free wifi
  • one hour of local phone calls
  • milk, tea and coffee
  • free TV
  • use of the bed and bathroom

Note that this offer can only be booked by via the hotel’s reservation line on +44 (0)207 550 1000, at least 24 hours prior to arrival.

The Hoxton is owned by co-founder of Pret a Manger, Sinclair Beecham. For a full review of the property, click here, and for more information visit hoxtonhotels.com.


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southen - 16/10/2012 12:15

I think nowadays it's a trend in hotel industry to sell rooms on hourly basis or day-use. I've read and seen some sites that offers hotels for a few hours like dayguest.com and dayuse.com.

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