As NYFW commences today, it’s time to start planning for the big London line-up which will take place from 18th-22nd September. For the past six years LFW has been held at the spectacular Somerset House, however for the 62nd edition, the BFC show space and Designer Showrooms will move to Brewer Street. A whole host of designers including Holly Fulton, David Koma and Peter Pilotto will showcase their new collections to a global audience in the heart of Soho. We’ve selected some of the best places to stay, within easy reach of the venue.

Ham Yard Hotel

The Ham Yard Hotel features an urban village theme complete with independent boutiques, a 1950’s style bowling alley, cinema, spa and well equipped gym. All the rooms are individually designed with unique and contemporary furnishings. The roof top terrace boasts stunning views across London. It’s the perfect place to get the night started with a cocktail before heading out to the fashion week parties.

Distance from Brewer Street Car Park: 4 minute walk

The Ham Yard HotelDean Street Townhouse

Just a stone’s throw from the main venue, the Dean Street Townhouse is perfect for those looking to relax in between shows in the comfort of their room. This four storey Georgian townhouse boasts historic charm alongside modern amenities. A free standing soaking tub awaits after a hectic day.

Distance from Brewer Street Car Park: 4 minute walk

Dean Street TownhouseHotel Café Royal

This five star retreat stays true to its former heritage restored with an opulent and glamorous design. Guests and clients of London Fashion Week will receive temporary membership to The Club at Café Royal. This exclusive restaurant and bar is a place for guests to pursue their creative vocations, network or simply relax. Guests will also have use of the Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre and will receive personalised LFW treats in their room.

Distance from Brewer Street Car Park: 5 minute walk

Hotel Cafe RoyalW London

The W London can be found in bustling Leicester Square. Modern suites include a complimentary designer wardrobe service. You’ll be looking your best with a range of handpicked must-have designer pieces brought straight to your room. As night falls, head to The Wyld Bar on the 7th floor. It’s the place to be seen, where you’re likely to party alongside fashion royalty and glamorous celebs.

Distance from Brewer Street Car Park: 6 minute walk

W HotelThe Soho Hotel

This former multi storey car park has been lovingly styled by famed designer and hotelier, Kit Kemp. Suites are impressively spacious with floor-to-ceiling windows and a contemporary English design. Guests can look their best for that big event with a specialist beauty treatment room. You can enjoy a full body massage, facial or manicure. The Soho Hotel is also conveniently located, close to the off-schedule show space at Freemasons Hall. The Fashion Scout venue is a great place to spot some up and coming talent.

Distance from Brewer Street Car Park: 6 minute walk

The Soho HotelSt Martins Lane

The recently remodelled St Martins Lane is a boutique hotel boasting high concept design and theatrical spaces. Special garden rooms feature a private patio, floor-to-ceiling windows and interactive light displays. The not-so secret cocktail bar, Blind Spot has long been a favourite amongst the fashion community. Guests can also enjoy an exceptional meal of Latin-Asian fusion cuisine at Asia de Cuba.

Distance from Brewer Street Car Park: 10 minute walk

St MartinsCharlotte Street Hotel

Situated north of Soho, in the media district, the Charlotte Street Hotel is surrounded by some of London’s best bar’s and restaurants. Guests can also enjoy an exceptional afternoon tea experience in the relaxing drawing room. A wellness centre provides therapies utilising specialist skincare provider, Temple Spa.

Distance from Brewer Street Car Park: 11 minute walk

Charlotte Street HotelClaridges

This fashion hot spot is a favourite amongst many designers and models with past guests including Paul Smith, Cara Delvingne and Marc Jaocbs. The five star star Claridges has also hosted LFW events in previous years, so you can expect an impromptu exhibition or star studded after party. For some relaxation, the luxury spa offers a variety of treatments and beauty therapies.

Distance from Brewer Street Car Park: 15 minute walk

ClaridgesChristian Davies

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