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As with other hotels in the Z Hotel range, the idea here is to provide affordable and practical rooms for “urbanites”. Space is at a premium in central London, and this hotel takes the refreshing approach of accepting that, working with space instead of against it. The result is a room that is small, but where every inch has been optimized, from under-bed storage for your bags to the walk-in showers.
The Z Hotel Piccadilly has single rooms designed for one person traveling solo, with a correspondingly good price. There are also rooms with a Queen Bed for those who like a bit more room to sprawl. “Inside” rooms do not have windows (and so are cheaper) – you can pay a bit more for natural light, but you probably don’t need it if you plan to spend your days hitting the streets.
The Z Hotel Piccadilly benefits from a great location close to, you guessed it, Piccadilly Circus. It is also a stone’s throw from Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery, and the National Portrait Gallery. While the Soho location is closer to the dining, shopping, and gay nightlife of Soho, they are still just under 10 minutes away on foot from the Piccadilly hotel.
♥ Well-designed rooms with quality amenities for all budgets
♥ Excellent location for sightseeing and nightlife
♥ Larger than the Soho location, so easier to book