Welcome to Z Hotel Soho, London

Location is everything! Theatres, bars, restaurants all surround our Soho Hotel

This is where Z Hotels started back in 2011. From the outside you see classical architectural proportions, while inside there are 85 rooms arranged around a central courtyard. And what a location – sitting between the theatres and bookshops of Cambridge Circus and Charing Cross Road and vibrancy of Old Compton Street.

  1. Leicester Square 4 minutes
  2. Tottenham Court Road 5 mins
  3. Piccadilly Circus 7 minutes
  4. Charing Cross Station 8 minutes

Soho at a glance

  • World-class theatres
  • Original red-light district
  • Epicentre of the LGBT scene
  • City’s hottest nightlife
  • Affordable Chinatown
  • Glitzy Leicester Square
  • Inspiring National Gallery

Our Rooms

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
  • Aircon
  • Tea & Coffee
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
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    Z Single

    • Sleeps 1
    From £60

    Our single room has been individually designed for one, style-conscious person.

    • Single Bed
    • 8-9m2
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    Z Inside Double

    • Sleeps 2
    • no window
    From £70

    All the features of our standard bedroom, just with no curtains to draw. 

    • Double Bed
    • 9-10m2
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    Z Double

    • Sleeps 2
    From £90

    The perfect intimate space for two, or simply a little more space for one.

    • Double Bed
    • 9-10m2
  • Z Queen

    • Sleeps 2
    From £110

    A little bigger than our Z Double for some extra comfort.

    • Queen Bed
    • 10-12m2
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    Z Accessible

    • Sleeps 2
    From £90

    A queen room with specialist shower, lowered hand basin, grab rails and minimum 1.5m turning circle.

    • Double Bed
    • Wheelchair
    • 12-14m2
Where can I
in Soho?
  • China Town

    From bakeries to bars and restaurants to reflexology, today Chinatown is a thriving hub of Oriental wonder. Souvenir shops, health clinics, barbers, travel agents – it really does have everything. Lord Gerrard would be proud.

    2 min - 397
  • The Photographers’ Gallery

    Tucked behind Oxford Street, this gallery was the first of its kind and shows work by contemporary photographers from around the world. Free admission before 12 noon.

    11 min - 397
  • Soho Square

    Where drag queens rub sequins with Hare Krishna devotees, art students and office workers – Soho Square contains all the clashing diversity of Soho life.

    4 min - 397
  • Shaftesbury Avenue

    The heart of London’s West End, Shaftesbury Avenue is the place to experience the buzz of Theatreland and the delights of Chinatown.

    1 min - 397
  • Bob Bob Ricard

    Glamour, luxury and a ‘press for champagne’ button at every table. An English- and Russian-inspired menu is overseen by an award-winning chef.

    9 min - 401
  • Andrew Edmunds

    Set in an 18th-century townhouse, this atmospheric restaurant is a throwback to bohemian Soho. Great for pre-theatre dining or a romantic rendezvous.

    7 min - 399
  • BiBimBap

    This modern Korean canteen specialises in bibimbap, a rice dish with a choice of toppings including kimchi, meat and tofu, served in hot stone bowls.

    2 min - 398
  • Blacklock

    A modern take on a British chophouse, with cocktails served from a trolley. On Sunday, booking a table is essential.

    7 min - 399
  • The Vault

    Hidden behind a bookcase in Milroy’s, a high-end whisky shop, this basement venue is a cool table-service cocktail bar with a speakeasy vibe.

    3 min - 400
  • Dog and Duck

    A small but atmospheric Victorian pub where George Orwell toasted his literary success. Expect cask ales, vintage tiling and wood panelling.

    3 min - 399
  • Simmons

    A happy hour lasting from 3-8pm every day except Saturday ensures this cheerful drinking spot is always full of friendly faces.

    3 min - 398
  • Ronnie Scott's

    Ronnie Scott's is one of the oldest jazz clubs in the world. We opened in 1959 and since that time have featured most of the legendary and popular names in modern jazz and jazz fusion.

    1 min - 400

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Contact Information

  • Address

    17 Moor St
    W1D 5AP

  • Telephone

    +44 (0)20 3551 3701

  • Email