The Rookery (London) Reviews
Description:Address: Peters Lane / Cowcross Street / London / England / Located in the heart of the business district. The Rookery ... more
The Rookery (London) ... is eloquently decorated to reflect the days gone by with beautiful antique furniture, stone-flagged floors, and open fires. All of the rooms are named after previous tenants who lived in the Rookery buildings over the last 250 years.
Newest Review: ... shopping and entertainment. Smithfield itself, whilst once very much a place to avoid unless you were there to trade (although what I wouldn't say!), is now a rather up and coming part of town with many refurbished flats, bars and eateries that would easily compete with the more obvious gastronomic haunts such as the South Bank wharfs, Soho and Mayfair. Add in the fact that the nearest ... more
Customer The Rookery (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 11/01/08 (Very useful, 119 readings)
Now it's not often I'm ahead of the game in terms of style and fashion but occasionally I do seem to get lucky and I have a couple of finds under my belt in order that I can truly say that "I did that before it was fashionable". The Rookery is one such find. Genuine, small boutique hotels are actually quite difficult to find in London. There are many hotels that claim to be different but, more often than not, they all boil down to the same, formulaic blandness that is the British (and now possibly Western-world) hotel. The Rookery is, genuinely, different. For starters it's not situated in a traditionally chi-chi part of town (at least ... Read the complete review
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