London’s Hospital club is a members only creative facility that was expanded to include hotel rooms as well. It now has 15 rooms that are available to both members and non-members.
The location offers a full music and TV studio, a screening room, four bars and lounges, a restaurant and a variety of meeting rooms.
The Hospital was once St. Paul’s Hospital, and after that closed it was given a new life by Microsoft founder Paul Allen and Eurythmics musician Dave Stewart in 2004 with the intention to make a space for people to “Create. Connect. Collaborate.”
Now that it has grown to be a hotel as well, the hotel rooms were created out of former dressing rooms or TV office studios.
The hotel is located near the Covent Garden Market and is popular with creatives who want to stay connected with other creatives while they travel.