The Nadler Hotel Soho is a brand new flagship hotel from Nadler Hotels – formerly base2stay – and is situated within the heart of Soho.
The brand new hotel comprises 78 rooms, a number of which include terraced courtyards or views of Soho Square, whilst the penthouse suite provides the perfect setting for guests wanting a longer stay.
The Nadler Hotel Soho opened in June 2013 and its debut coincided with the recent refurbishment of The Nadler Kensington. With a focus on service, The Nadler Hotel Soho offers genuine luxury; presenting four-star rooms, with a five-star service, at a three-star price.
Commenting on the new hotel, CEO Robert Nadler, said:
“Our aim isn’t just to give guests a city centre room, it is to give guests the city, and for this, there can be no better location in the world than Soho.
“Nadler Hotels is an evolution from the successful base2stay concept. All the core values and services remain the same though our new name better reflects the demands of the London and international market.
“Our guests can still expect city centre locations, interior designed, well planned rooms, discreet in-room mini-kitchens, Nespresso machines, high quality linen and free Wi-Fi, together with excellent service and what we believe to be a new level of integration with the local community.”
Work began on The Nadler Soho in 2011, transforming a former office space into an exquisite and very unique hotel experience. Blenhiem House Construction was the main contractor on the project, with work reaching completion in May 2013.
B&M Glazing Ltd, who specialise in internal glass and glazing, completed all of the mirror and bathroom glass work in the Nadler Soho Hotel project.
David Ayers, Managing Director of B&M Glazing Ltd, commented on the work for The Nadler Soho Hotel:
“It was great to work alongside Blenheim House Construction, and be involved in this project.”
Andrew Peart is the General Manager of The Nadler Soho Hotel and the new hotel marks Andrew’s first appointment with Nadler Hotels. Andrew has a wealth of experience within the hospitality industry having previously worked for the likes of Four Seasons, Hilton and The Savoy Group of Hotels.
Speaking to Premier Hospitality, Andrew Peart, said:
“The Nadler Soho Hotel is a rooms-only offering, meaning that we don’t have a bar or restaurant, instead our Local Ambassadors have built strong connections in our neighbourhood and advise our guests on the best places to go to for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This offers a truly interesting dynamic for the hotel.
“Our rooms are comfortable, expertly designed and include a mini-kitchen, ideal for guests wanting to bring a few snacks to the hotel. The hotel’s pricing is very transparent, with no hidden charges, so guests know exactly what they are getting when they book with us.”
“Our aim at The Nadler Hotel Soho is to provide guests with an excellent experience. We strive to give the best possible level of service and as we know the Soho area inside out we can direct our guests to the right destinations for them.”
The Naddler Hotel Soho offers guests a range of rooms, from the Soho Singles strong connections through to the Nadler Deluxe and the Carlisle Suite. In addition to a selection of stunning rooms, The Nadler Hotel Soho houses a flexible boardroom capable of accommodating up to eight people.
For more information on The Nadler Hotel Soho, please visit: www.thenadler.com.