W London Leicester Square London, United Kingdom

W London Leicester Square
London, United Kingdom

Style: Boutique/Design. Built: 2011. Rooms: 192.

In the heart of London's West End, W London - Leicester Square is steps from the capital's theatre and entertainment hub. Catch the latest movies at iconic cinemas like the Empire or Odeon or slip into a club for nightlife you’ll find nowhere else.

Dress to the nines for XYZ, a foodie's dream with seasonal cuisine while W Café has light fare for those who want Wi-Fi and something more laid back. As the lights go down, retreat to our lounge as the people watching here is a show of its own.

From our Cool Corner to a Spa Suite, each of our 192 rooms offers an escape that will transport you from the revelry outside to sweet dreams. Each room has plush pillow-top beds, terry robes, 350-thread count sheets and Bliss bath products.

Fitness Center
SWEAT® Fitness Center.
Banquets & Meetings
W London – Leicester Square presents 2,400 square feet of event space to engage and energize your meeting attendees.
Business Center
WIRED Business Center.
Fine Dining on Site
From the comforts of the cozy W Lounge with stylish spaces to mix and mingle, to savory bites at our signature restaurant and savory sips at our destination bar, our decadent indulgences dished in distinctive settings await your taste buds.
High Speed Internet
Wireless High Speed Internet Access.
Spa Facility

Hotel Address

W London Leicester Square
Leicester Square
10 Wardour Street
London , W1D 6QF
United Kingdom

Location Summary
Leicester Square is the perfect backdrop for an intimate gathering of friends to catch up on some conversation while sipping on cocktails or cappuccino at one of the local cafes. Located in the heart of London’s West End, street signs mark the territory "Theatreland." Star sightings are a common treat as premieres attract the glamorous to the world-renowned cinemas, some of which host near 2000 people. The London Film Festival amplifies the streets annually as the who's who of the big screen come out to play. On the weekend the area becomes a playground for the city’s bright young crowd. When they’re not mixing it up in the pubs and clubs they can be found in the center of it all, a park that’s surrounded by statues and floor mounted plaques featuring handprints of who’s hot, similar to Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.

W London - Leicester Square is just north of Trafalgar Square, an art lover’s dream that’s home to the National Gallery. A few skips east you’ll experience Regent Street and Carnaby Street where you’ll find the latest boutique shops and high-end brand outlets, guaranteeing that you bring home more than you left with.

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