Treehouse Hotel London
From the outside, Treehouse Hotel looks like any old London office block, but head inside, and you'll be met with a chic, whimsical interior that oozes class. It's a design-lovers dream with five floors of contemporary decor in a pared-back style. If you do choose to stay here, you'll also be a stone's throw from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street and Bond Street for excellent shopping and wining and dining (Hoppers, Flesh and Buns, Lina Stores, and more.)
At Treehouse Hotel, it's all about recreating that unforgettable feeling you get when you climb a tree as a child; expect wooden floors and bare concrete walls paired with vintage furniture and ample greenery. If the hotel's play on nostalgia wasn't enough to entice you in for a stay, the food and drink offerings might be.
The main restaurant, Madera, is the sibling of Los Angeles-based Toca Madera, a modern Mexican steakhouse focused on high-quality ingredients. You can expect a menu chock full of reimagined Mexican dishes made with organic ingredients where you can come and chow down on food and cocktails for breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. The best bit? The unparalleled views of London's epic skyline.