Lavish London boutique now easier to access for Aussie travellers

Set near Covent Garden, L'oscar London is a represented locally by Lea Seguier

L’oscar London is an exclusive luxury hotel and the newest addition to Michel Reybier Hospitality who are renowned for their La Réserve Hotels. The hotel is a previously-abandoned architectural gem and the former Headquarters of the Baptist Church which was fantastically-restored and re-imagined in all its Baroque glory by highly-esteemed French architect and designer Jacques Garcia.

Set near Covent Garden, L’oscar London is in an ideal location for experiencing the heart of the city, where guests can enjoy easy access to a range of luxury boutiques, restaurants and cultural hot spots including Theatreland, the British Museum and the Royal Opera House.

L'oscar London, streetfront

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The hotel features 39 bedrooms of which 18 are suites, each delightfully individual, with extravagant styling and a wealth of original detail. The hotel is also home to the decadent L’oscar Restaurant, the bustling heart of the hotel with its illuminated Onyx bar and The Baptist Bar locate in what was the Chapel of the Baptist Church, alongside other more unique function spaces for smaller and larger meetings and events.

The imagination and attention to detail in the décor creates a typically non-English and theatrical style with original Doulton fireplaces, crystal butterfly wing taps, a seven-storey chandelier and its signature glasses – rare hollow stemmed Champagne coupes.

Book your stay on the ‘Discover L’oscar London’ exclusive offer, available direct on the website from Superior Rooms up to a Suite and it includes complimentary breakfast for two, a room upgrade* and VIP amenities.

For Australian sales, contact Léa Seguier

* Room upgrade is based on a space available basis at check-in. 
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