"Shake hands with hipsters from all over the world..."
- Ace Hotel is a collection of individual hotels with locations in Palm Springs, Panama, Downtown LA, Portland, New York, Seattle and London
- The Ace Hotel in London is an industrial Designhotel based in the hipster quarter Shoreditch
- surrounded by galleries, theaters, restaurants, it is located near Shoreditch Bricklane Market where you can find lots of design stuff and craft
- very stylish, spacious industrial furnished rooms with an overall concept in mind
- early 60ies lookalike Hoi Polloi restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner
The hotels design concept is a very functional but comfy one. It’s a nice mélange between vintage and very straight industrial furniture. A beautiful hip mixture of wood, steel, warming textiles and breathtaking papeterie.
The floor plans of the rooms are ample and the furniture is quiet and cautious. You won’t find facility that's not useful.
Shoreditch is, as mentioned above, a very hip hub, where you can find your favourite vinyl as well as handmade unique accessories like jewelry, bags, shirts. Or you are interested in vintage apparel. Afterwards plenty of restaurants with food from all over the world offer delicious diversified treat.
Visit the recycled containers at the boxpark and get an idea what is coming up next season.
In the evening follow the DJ lines or concerts in Ace Hotel itself or in one of the locations near the hotel (village underground/the arch, Xoyo, the Macbeth)
If you are a hipster you will enjoy Ace Hotel in many ways. Get in contact with the Shoreditch locals at every time of day and night in the hotel lobby. Use the hotel as a base for your business trip. London underground is easy to reach.
Even for families visiting London as tourists, we recommend Ace Hotel as your base as the rooms are not as tiny as in other hotels. We enjoyed our stay very much and will come back soon.
Ace Hotel: Ace Hotel London Shoreditch hangs its hat in London's most creative, engaged district. A hub for galleries, theatre and design, Shoreditch is home to the Brick Lane Market, landmark creatives and renegade artists from around the world. The neighbourhood's legacy includes theatres running banned 16th century plays, the debut of drag pioneer Hetty King and the first rumbles of industrialized craft in the Western Hemisphere.
Today, it's a place where art, design, culinary innovation, culture and tech gather and phosphoresce from the heat of collaboration, inspiration and a soft spot for the future.