A Restaurant-Turn-Hotel, The Zetter

The Zetter is a strange combination of restaurant and hotel, but it’s well worthy of a stay. The Zetter can be found with just a short taxi ride away from the St Pancras Eurostar terminal, making it particularly popular with travellers from continental Europe.

The establishment is actually made in a 19th century warehouse, but the overall design remains contemporary and clean. It’s an incredible fashionable restaurant and hotel, which was first opened as a restaurant in 2004. The restaurant element is centered around Mediterranean food, and in the hotel area, there are 59 rooms available including exposed brick rooms, some with furnishings from the 1970s and some rooms with vibrant colors everywhere. It’s a wacky, modern hotel that’s well worth a stay, wherever you might be visiting in London. Thanks to the Tube, you can stay pretty much anywhere you like and still get around London with total ease.