Welcome to Z City
Your stylish base in the historic centre of London, where finance and law meet entertainment
Nestled between the Royal Courts of Justice and the Temple Church built by the Knights Templar, this sleek hotel offers 113 bedrooms in the centre of the City, just a stroll away from the bars and restaurants of Aldwych and the Strand.
- City Thameslink 6 mins
- Temple 7 minutes
- Chancery Lane 7 minutes
- Blackfriars 10 mins
City at a glance
- St Paul’s Cathedral
- Classic river cruises
- Law Courts of London
- Traditional teashops on the Strand
- Temple Church
- Hatton Garden diamond district
- Somerset House
Step into your Z room and it all makes sense. Your home in the heart of town has been cleverly designed to give you everything you need. Sumptuous beds, beautiful linen, high-quality, en suite shower room, an HDTV with all the channels, and of course, wi-fi. With complimentary toiletries, plenty of hanging space, underbed storage and in-room tea & coffee making, this is compact luxury at its best.
- Crisp bed linen
- En suite
- Samsung HD TV with Sky
- Tea & Coffee
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Sleeps 1
Our single room has been individually designed for one style-conscious person.
- Single Bed
Z Inside Queen
- Sleeps 2
- no window
All the features of our standard bedroom, just with no curtains to draw.
- Queen Bed
- Sleeps 2
What more do two urbanites need, besides each other?
- Double Bed
- Sleeps 2
Named after the size of the bed, not the stateroom in Buckingham Palace.
- Queen Bed
- Sleeps 2
A queen room with specialist shower, lowered hand basin, grab rails and minimum 1.5m turning circle.
- Queen Bed
- Sleeps 4
Our 'why not bring the kids' room. Available for 2 adults and 2 children.
- Bunk Bed
Just behind the hotel sits the 12th-century round church built by the Knights Templar and made famous by Dan Brown’s novel, The Da Vinci Code.2 min - 398
The South Bank
Stroll across Waterloo Bridge to find the South Bank, a bustling riverside area that’s home to the Tate Modern, National Theatre and Southbank Centre.15 min - 398
A short walk from the hotel is buzzing Covent Garden, a car-free piazza with world-class shops, street performers and a huge indoor market.12 min - 397
St Paul’s Cathedral
St Paul’s and its famous dome has presided over the City for more than 300 years. Sir Christopher Wren’s masterpiece hosts concerts and tours.10 min - 398
Perfect venue to hold your business meeting, canape party or dinner and can create a bespoke menu to cater for your specific needs. Our venue is available for private hire on the weekends.3 min - 399
Italian restaurant with a menu of crowd-pleasing classics, that have been inspired by my travels and what’s in season. We are getting the finest meat, vegetables, herbs and fruits from here in the UK and Italia, full of delicious flavours2 min - 399
This New York-style brasserie has been the darling of Theatreland since 1977. Order the off-menu hamburger and spot the actors after curtain-down.10 min - 400
Spring, Somerset House
At Michelin-starred Spring, a seasonal pre-theatre menu champions sustainability. The setting is an elegant dining room within Somerset House.9 min - 401
The Old Bell Tavern
Boasting a long and proud history, The Old Bell Tavern has been a licensed tavern for more than 300 years. Built by Sir Christopher Wren, it housed his masons who were rebuilding St Bride's Church after the Great Fire.2 min - 398
Choose from more than 400 wines at this modern European wine merchant and brasserie, then head down to the crypts to buy a bottle to take home.6 min - 399
he Tipperary, in Fleet Street, has a fair claim to “oldest pub in London” status.1 min - 399
A favourite among journalists and barristers alike, offering fine wines and some tasty tapas and sharing boards. And right on our doorstep too.2 min - 399
Cannot rate this place highly enough. Absolutely amazing and 100% worth the money.
Hotel was absolutely gorgeous, had everything you could need in there, everything worked, everything was clean, staff were absolutely wonderful. Couldn't believe how amazing it was, especially considering how cheap it was. Absolutely fantastic. We didn't want to leave and will definitely be using this hotel again.
Surprisingly very good
Wasn’t sure when booking this hotel for £55 for a Friday night stay, the hotel of my choice has a swimming Paul but because covid 19 the pool was not available so I looked elsewhere and I was very pleased, the room was very small 3 meters x 3 meters max but it was clean, the bed was extremely comfortable as were the pillows and you got a kettle, hair dryer, bottle water and free sky TV and the location was great just opposite the court of justice, the staff on reception were very friendly and available 24 hours.
Very smart compact hotel in city centre
Have stayed here before. Honestly, I love it's location. The family do have a very limited floor space but I was aware of this and am happy to compromise in order to have a central location. Beds are comfortable and spotlessly clean. We pre-paid for breakfast, limited options but certainly cheaper than other options in the centre of London. Will most certainly continue to use Z Hotels when I visit London
Z Hotels are the way forward
It's a luxury hotel on a budget. The only compromise is the size of the rooms. Once you've tried one, you'll realise the benefits. The beds are comfortable and the bedding is excellent.
I'll be back for every business trip that I have to do!
Location, cleanliness, helpful staff, perfect room for what is needed! Great Café area adjoining! I can't fault it!
Too comfortable, making waking up a chore! :)