With room names such as Knickers, The Pin Up Parlour and the Nookii Room, you might be able to guess why the Hotel Pelirocco has been described as “Brighton’s sauciest stopover”.
The “dirty weekend” isn’t the only thing on the Pelirocco’s mind though. Its 19 themed rooms are centred around everything from art movements and music genres. With its very own bar and a games console in every room it is as far away from a seaside B&B than you can imagine.
With many an up-and-coming band playing and staying at the Pelirocco, you’ll be in the hippest hotel in the trendiest town in England.
Even the Rough Luxe Hotel itself isn’t sure what it is. Is it a luxurious flea pit, or a rough-looking high-end hotel. Either way, it’s a great place to stay if you’re looking for something a little more interesting in central London.
Whilst your room might not be the biggest, the décor not the most attractive and you may have to share a bathroom, you’ll notice your expensive bed linen, beautiful art of the walls and the highest quality service around.
This combination of debris and delight is what makes the Rough Luxe so unique and is exactly what its designer, Rabih Hage, wanted to achieve. So why not pay a visit to the nicest nasty hotel you’ll ever find.
When former fashion model, Danny Karne, became bored with the hotels in which he was staying, he got together with his sister, Noshi, and created his own. Now this hotel is anything but boring!
The Pavilion might be the most exciting hotel in London, and that’s really saying something. Its 30 themed rooms include the 70s styled Honky Tonk Afro, the tartan themed Highland Fling and, of course, Monochrome Marilyn, which combines Marilyn Monroe with metallic colours.
At this seriously chic hotel you’ll be treated like a rock star, and its not surprising, half the people staying there usually are.