Enjoy a very British summer in the heart of London at the Treehouse Hotel

As part of our very British summer package at the Treehouse Hotel London, a lovely pack of welcome gifts awaited us in our room to help us make the most of our stay.

Luckily we only needed the hotel’s trademark umbrella as a parasol to protect us from the glorious July sunshine – but Sipsmith’s gin and tonics were just the ticket and the perfect way to toast our arrival in the heart of London.

And when I say heart, I really mean it. The Treehouse is in Langham Place and our room overlooked Broadcasting House, the art deco headquarters of the BBC – and perhaps it was no surprise that we spotted the strange famous face of the TV world in the bar on the roof of the hotel.

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An umbrella, books and Sipmsith G&Ts featured in the welcome pack

The Treehouse has a unique style and feel, which is charmingly curious, without ever feeling like forced madness for its own good.

Cuckoo clocks (although quiet so as not to disturb your sleep) and silver birch trunks punctuating the bathroom floors and ceiling, give the bedrooms a playful feel – without sacrificing any of the expected modern amenities like wi-fi. -free fi and big screen televisions.

The room also had lovely window seats, providing the perfect place to perch and watch the world go by.

But in London you never run out of things to do and the Treehouse is perfectly located for enjoying a bit of shopping on iconic streets like Oxford Street and Regents Street, as well as access to Shaftesbury Avenue and the theaters of the West End.

The nest

London’s Underground system also makes it a breeze to get around wherever your interests lie, from the London Eye and Buckingham Palace to the British Museum and Tate Modern.

At the Treehouse, you certainly don’t have to travel far to find fabulous food and drink. The hotel offers a trio of dining experiences, from Pizzeria Mozza on the ground floor, offering delicious Italian fayre (the olives al forno were superb) and Madera’s reinvented Mexican cuisine on the 15th floor, to The Nest – a rooftop bar and terrace with spectacular 360 degree views of the horizon.

The latter is the ultimate way to end your day watching the sun go down over spectacular London landmarks such as the BT Tower, London Eye, The Shard, Canary Wharf and Regent’s Park.

Treehouse rooms are clean, bright, modern, and quirky
The perfect place to relax after a day spent exploring the capital

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