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Whether you come in search of smoky jazz bars or happening LGBTQ spots, world-class cocktail lounges with accomplished mixologists, Theatreland shows or hedonistic nightclubs that throb until the early hours, Soho has you covered. And while that means that hotels near Soho London are in demand all year round, there's still a chance to get some bargains in certain seasons. Late winter, early spring and autumn are the best if you're looking to save some pounds, while Christmas and the midsummer tend to be the priciest times of all.

What are the top hotels in Soho?

The Piccadilly London West End starts the cream of Soho's hotel scene rolling with its 67 guestrooms of contemporary-chic styling. Expect coffee hues and noir colours throughout, not to mention a full fitness centre and business amenities. Its 5 stars mark the Hotel Café Royal out from the crowd. They are thoroughly deserved – just check out those grand hallways adorned with stained-glass windows, that luxurious indoor pool and that panoramic rooftop terrace overlooking Piccadilly Circus. The Ham Yard Hotel also has 5 stars, along with leafy roof gardens and chic bar spaces to match.

Where are the best areas for hotels in Soho?

If you really want to feel the beating pulse of Soho, then there's no substitute for the area around Old Compton Street. It's a conglomeration of lively pubs and bars, interlaced with neon-lit clubs and high-class cocktail lounges. A more refined side of the district extends out from Piccadilly Circus. A peppering of famous theatres and live music venues makes it popular with arty types. Then there's the sector of north-west Soho, where everything from American BBQ shacks to Japanese miso eateries herald a hub of London's foodie scene.

What are hotels like in Soho?

Soho isn't just for the party-goers. You only need to look at the hotels near Soho London to see that. With more 4- and 5-star ratings between them than you can shake a ticket to a West End show at, they manage to pack in luxurious features like indoor pools, Far East-inspired spa facilities, gyms and panoramic rooftop terraces. Other places in the area include home rentals with several bedrooms and self-catering kitchens. They are better suited to budget-conscious travellers and those hitting the West End as a family.

How much do hotels typically cost in Soho?

Brace yourselves because Soho is certainly among the more expensive areas to stay in central London. With such style on the menu, it's easy to see why, too. Hotels around the pulsing blocks of Old Compton Street range from £76 a night to £220 a night. Meanwhile, the lowest rates in the places near Piccadilly Circus hover around £100 a night and soar to nearly £400 a night for the 5-star deluxe options. Hotels in north-west Soho can be even more, commanding rates of between £150 and £1,150 a night.

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