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The Zetter Hotel – Where To Find that Christmas Feeling

November 25, 2017

Hotels & SpasLifestyle | by Thomas Falkenstedt

We know, just as well as you, that finding a hotel in London is a pain in the behind, especially during Christmas. You want that lovely atmosphere, close to everything, but you just cannot find it. Well, sometimes it is worth the extra penny to get it all. With The Zetter Hotel, you are within walking distance of everything, and you will get world-class service.

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The Zetter Hotel is small with a big heart. The building is a converted Victorian warehouse and features fifty-nine unique bedrooms. On the ground floor, The Zetter Hotel offers two dramatic spaces side-by-side: the central Atrium alongside Club Zetter Wine Room & Kitchen. An independent hotel with pioneering eco-credentials, it has its own water source, which supplies the hotel with all of its water.

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Eco-conscious hoteliers, The Zetter Group use energy-saving technology and eco-friendly materials wherever possible. This approach includes water pumped from its own 1,500-foot bore hole beneath the building, which helps make the building self sustaining (flushing loos and cooling the building). We were proud to be able to experience such an interesting property that firmly sits within the sustainable movement.

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The Zetter Hotel is located in Clerkenwell, which is considered by many to be THE central London neighbourhood for design, architecture and media. Clerkenwell (or Farringdon to some) is ideally situated on the edge of the City. Or if preferred a ten-minute taxi ride away from both the East and West Ends. This is Londoner’s London and is perfect for those looking for a more authentic experience. You’ll also be surrounded by British history at The Zetter Hotel. It looks out onto the cobblestones of St John’s Square (with roots in the twelve century), right in the heart of this modern, buzzing locale.

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