Last week we attended a breakfast and introduction to THE most stunning boutique hotel, Batty Langley’s.
Batty Langley’s is situated in Spitalfields, a short walk from both Moorgate and Liverpool street stations, and is named after Batty Langley whom published popular handbooks from 1696 – 1741 on English Garden Design.
Finished to impeccable detail, every room feels like you have taken a step back to a Georgian aristocrats private bedroom. It feels so comfortable but beautiful. In every room we were in awe of all the perfectly placed artwork and tapestry pieces. Each of its 29 rooms have their own names because according to its owners “we name our rooms because we don’t believe in numbering our guests” and my favourite was the one with the toilet hidden behind a bookshelf where pushing the book, opened the door to a toilet that was literally a throne.
The hotel has a handful of private areas that can be used for meetings and private lunches and I would use one of its snugs for a small meeting or, as a space for a working lunch with a twist. Delegates from overseas would love this hotel. I could also see it as a great place for a book reading or small group round-table.
You really need to see this hotel for yourself. The Hotel is currently running breakfast introductions to the hotel. You can register here.
Batty Langley’s – 12 Folgate Street, Spitalfields, London E1 6BX.