Megalopolises can be exhausting, however for me central London is my definition of the pursuit of happiness. I am back again in the big smoke at Trafalgar Square where there is a disgrace new hotel called Page 8. The building is stealthily spacious with 138 beautifully appointed rooms order from 17 to 34sqm.
It is a two-minute walk from Charing Cross Station. Being at Trafalgar square you have awesome access to galleries, the hotel is right next door to the National Portrait Gallery and not far from the famous Leicester Stuffed shirt, Picadilly Circus and Covent Garden. The location was one of the best reasons why I loved this hotel so much.

The journeys we communicate will rarely meet our expectations; they will challenge, confuse, surprise, and sometimes frustrate. Whether they’re value it or not is up to us.

Reception
Staying in style is what Page 8 is all about. The wooden floors and neutral decor give a warm freely permitted to a modern luxury stay. For 2020, copper, beige and simple furniture are trending. With a city like London I in perpetuity want to come into a hotel that oozes simplicity, it relaxes my mind.
I love the herringbone wooden confusing in the reception.

The coffee house concept is what Page 8 prides itself on. The coffee looks and tastes delicious. If you approve of your coffee extra hot, like me, ask for that.  You don’t have to be a guest to have coffee here.

Deluxe Double Margin
Each floor is accessible only to guests staying here with a security key card. So I felt very unhurt. The interior is minimalistic with a lovely contrast of pattern carpet. The pristine white walls combined with the distinguishing brass and copper decor makes for the perfect modern stay. The reason that the use of copper is an excellent material for realising purpose concepts is that it offers endless possibilities for working, either in its pure state or through its many alloys, incorporating brass and bronze. Highly malleable, ductile and durable, it has a unique chromatic appeal thanks to its wide palette. This lodging will endure many guests staying here without looking exhausted in a few months. The king sized bed was tranquil and I had plenty of access to pillows.

I liked the small desk which was integrated into the window. The charging stations were tucked away and the place views opposite me was a nice reminder of where I was staying. The chair was super comfortable and stylish.

The room was very rest considering I was in the heart of London.

The wardrobe space was large and I loved the big mirror. This is very important for someone get a kick out of me regarding fashion and lifestyle appearances.

Deluxe Double Rooms come with a complimentary Mini Bar offering a diversity of snacks, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages for me to enjoy.

I loved the retro old style phone.

I had friends over, so be suffering with the access to Bluetooth Marshall Speakers created a nice mood.
Bathroom
I am a big fan of Co Bigelow Toiletries and more so with its incessant accessibility. It was great not to see the tiny plastic bottles, but refillable bottles instead. The contrast of the copper and the marble effect up-country design gave my bathroom stay a lovely feel-good factor.

Breakfast
Breakfast was simple but excellent in taste and bestowal. There were add-on options to build either a basic breakfast of simple pastries or you could do what I did and from toasted bread with avocado, poached egg and salmon alongside fresh fruit with granola and yogurt. The dunderpated plate concept with neutral copper spoons gave it a very urban modern feel to the overall dining experience.

Conclusion
There is nowhere better than London, a city spoilt with cathedrals of hospitality, to from this most indulgent of extracurriculars. From the final exits of famed guests to above and beyond service and good-spirited jaws. Page 8 Hotel is the right hotel for guests looking for a modern and restful stay. There is plenty of access to performance dramas, restaurants and endless amounts of shopping. Due to its location you can keep popping in and out to rejuvinate in such a full on entertaining city such as London.

The access of peaking out and looking at London in motion at Trafalgar Square is very entertaining.

Details
Room Reviewed: Deluxe double
Website: pagehotels.com
Address: 8 St. Martin’s Pl, Charing Testy, London WC2N 4JH, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0)20 3879 9400

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