Not worth the 'Instagrammable' hype ⏤ save your money, which we wasted (during our honeymoon at that). We were pulled in by the website photos and that Luke Edward Hall designed the rooms, but the reality is far from chic. Quite surprising he'd lend his name to a forgettable hotel.
The property is located near two train stations, so there's a lot of transient people and neighborhood bustle. There was minimal staff present and the hotel energy felt a bit off; creepy and quiet.
The elevator is teeny tiny and sounds and feels like it's on its way out, so we chose to use the stairs except upon arrival and departure with our luggage. The hallways are extremely narrow with dim lighting.
Room quality is poor with marks on the walls, a stale and musty smell and zero soundproofing between rooms. Anytime our neighbor left the room we could hear the door open and shut and when water was turned on we could hear it running.
Staying at this hotel was such a bad experience, we booked another hotel (Kimpton St Honoré) within four hours of checking in. Although we paid for five nights and weren't going to get a refund, it wasn't worth trying to 'tough' it out. We mentioned to the front desk how our allergies started bothering us shortly after our arrival and we were told it wasn't the hotel's fault. Interesting given our allergies weren't a problem at any other point during our two-week trip, which included two countries and five hotels. Do not stay at this hotel or in the neighborhood