Welcome to Z Soho
Our charismatic bolt-hole in the beating heart of Theatreland
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.
- Leicester Square 4 minutes
- Tottenham Court Road 5 mins
- Piccadilly Circus 7 minutes
- 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
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 Double
- Sleeps 2
- no window
All the features of our standard double bedroom, with no curtains to draw.
- Double 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 double room with specialist shower, lowered hand basin, grab rails and minimum 1.5m turning circle.
- Double Bed
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
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
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
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
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
A modern take on a British chophouse, with cocktails served from a trolley. On Sunday, booking a table is essential.7 min - 399
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
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 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
One night in London
I stayed in this z hotel. It was reasonably priced for the centre of London. The room was small but modern and well designed with the short stay visitor in mind. The room was immaculately clean and the staff very friendly. I also enjoyed the complimentary cheese and wine. I would strongly recommend this place for anyone wanting or needing to spend a night or two the heart of London and the nightlife area which is on the doorstep
Location, Location, Location
We stayed here for 2 nights. The location is unbeatable, Tottenham Court Road, Shaftesbury Avenue, Chinatown, Theatreland and Oxford Street on your doorstep. The rooms are affordable because they are tiny. Room for a standard size double bed, a small table with kettle etc, a couple of hooks to hang your clothes on, storage for small bags under the bed, and a glass cubicle with toilet/basin/shower. The only downside for us was the glass cubicle. The en-suite was well designed and the shower fine, but the frosted glass wall gives full view of your room-mate washing, showering, and on the toilet. For a solo traveller, no problems. For a couple that may be an intimacy too far. Apart from that, the rooms are great. Reception were generally helpful and we left our bags here before and after checking in/out. There is free wine and cheese (delicious cheese) in the cafe from 5-8pm, and that fitted really nicely on the day we attended the two Harry Potter plays at the theatre next door. We didn't have the 'healthy' breakfast, but the hot breakfast is microwaved. As an alternative there are lots of places nearby serving good breakfasts.I would definitely stay here again
Great palce to stay
Definitely the way to stay close to theatres, Soho and Chinatown without breaking the bank. The rooms are very small but everything else is perfect. Comfortable bed with pristine linens. Spacious shower cubicle with plenty of hot water and sumptuous towels. Staff members were friendly and efficient
The Location was brilliant for us
We loved the quirkiness of the hotel and the service received was second to none. Will definitely be returning in the future.
There is nothing I didn't like, it was excellent value for money and kept to a high standard.