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Charlotte Street Hotel

15-17 Charlotte Street London W1T 1RJ
+44 (0)20 7806 2000

  • Oscar bar area showing comfy blue and burgundy seating, a large bar at the end and windows to the left.
  • A bedroom with multi coloured headboard, yellow valance and pink and grey cushions on the bed. At the bottom a black and white sofa sits with a cushion matching the bed's headboard. A mannequin is in the far right corner next to a window and bedside chest.
  • The stunning Drawing Room lounge with 2 green and beige striped sofas and 3 comfortable chairs sitting in front of the large fireplace. A window streams light in from the rear and art pieces and ornaments decorate the room.

    Combine a stay at the stylish Charlotte Street Hotel with a trip to the iconic British Museum and tickets to see the Citi exhibition I Object: Ian Hislop's search for dissent.

    Private Eye Editor Ian Hislop (Have I Got News For You) has hand-picked a range of intriguing objects that explore the idea of dissent, subversion and satire. A huge variety of objects are on display in the exhibition – from graffiti on a Babylonian brick to a banknote with hidden rude words. See what tales these objects tell – sometimes deadly serious, often humorous, always with conviction. Unlock the messages and symbols these people used, and get closer to understanding them.

    On arrival at the hotel, join us in Oscar Bar & Restaurant for a special welcome cocktail inspired by the exhibition. Explore the iconic British Museum, just a short stroll from the hotel, before returning to relax in your spacious guest room individually designed by Kit Kemp. The next day, enjoy an English breakfast in the restaurant. 

    The British Museum: I Object Package starts from £325 and includes:
    Two tickets to ‘I Object' exhibition at The British Museum
    Two specially created cocktails 
    Full English breakfast for two
    Complimentary WiFi

    Available until 20th January 2019.

    For reservations, please book online above or contact the hotel directly:
    T: 020 7980 1011

    For more information on the I Object exhibition please click here.