10 OCTOBER 2011

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Article from BTNews 10 OCTOBER 2011

Z Hotels in the middle of Soho

Said to be the UK’s newest hotel group, Z Hotels, will launch today (10 October) a flagship property in the heart of London’s Soho.

With room rates starting from just £85, Z Hotels Soho is the first hotel to be designed with what the property calls the “Urbanite Stay”, short stay accommodation offering high quality at an affordable price in prime city centre locations.  All rooms feature the latest 40” LED High Definition TVs with all Sky Sports and Sky Movies available at no extra cost, power showers, i-docking stations, and free wi-fi throughout the hotel.  This first hotel is situated in Soho just off Cambridge Circus, essentially in the heart of the capital’s entertainment area.

The 85-room property is a conversion of 12 Georgian townhouses.  The Z Café will provide a pleasant oasis at any time of the day or night.

A number of further Z hotels are due to launch in central London this year and next. www.thezhotels.com

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