REVIEW: The Green Rooms
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Cosy, vintage, young...Visiting London for a short stay but want a room in a buzzing hotel, where creatives are welcome and young people from all over the world meet?
Image courtesy of Green RoomsGreen Rooms can offer minimalistic simplicity entwined with vintage details, in the middle of a lively international neighbourhood.
Where is it?Green Rooms is conveniently located in the heart of Wood Green, North London, just opposite the Wood Green underground station. It’s a busy neighbourhood, where you can find international restaurants, a number of shops and a shopping centre just five minutes away from the hotel - perfect for your shorter or longer stay.
StyleThe hotel combines vintage simplicity with bold artist works, serving as a background to the exhibitors' works, which you can find all around the place.
Image courtesy of Green RoomsWhen you enter you'll feel as if you’ve visited a contemporary gallery - many artists’ works can be found across the different floors. We definitely recommend dedicating an hour to just walking around the hotel, exploring the art. The rooms are cosy and minimalistic, with the old bones of the building showing in the original wood flooring. This style is complemented by simple vintage furniture and bespoke lightning by the interior label Folk.
Image courtesy of Green RoomsIn the en-suite rooms, you’ll find a modern bathroom with a shower cabin and enough space to stretch your legs after a long day.
Food and DrinkEach individual room comes with its own kettle and a selection of tea, coffee and milk, to make your morning a little bit easier.
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Image courtesy of Green RoomsGreen Rooms have a variety of options suitable for all kinds of travellers' budgets - you can’t go wrong with a standard room, which has a three-quarter bed. Go for a corner room, if you want a king-size bed and more space. If you want your own bathroom you’d be better off upgrading to en-suite, which is a similar size to the corner room.
Image courtesy of Green RoomsIf you’re visiting for longer or with your family, or simply want your own art space, the Studio Apartments will suit best. It includes a mezzanine, double beds and a workspace area plus an en-suite bathroom. Studio 2 even has a small kitchenette. If you want to meet new people or just need a bed for the night, Green Rooms offer two dormitories located on the first floor. There is an allocated storage space for each guest, so no need to worry where you’d put your belongings.
Best forArtists looking for an affordable stay in London. Green Rooms offer an Artist discount, subject to providing proof of portfolio. Or just young people, staying for a few nights.
How to get there?The Wood Green Underground station is across the road, only about half an hour away from Victoria Underground and Coach Stations.
Rooms can be booked directly via their website using below voucher codes:
Voucher Code* STUDY15
- Standard Room - £56 single / £74 double occupancy
- Corner Room - £62 single / £80 double occupancy
- En-suite Room - £74 single / £92 double occupancy
- Studio - £98 single/double occupancy
- Dormitory - £19
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