The Courthouse Hotel Kempinski is situated in what was once the largest magistrates court in London, and has played host to luminaries such as Oscar Wilde, John Lennon and Mick Jagger.
Now a fine dining restaurant, the old "Courtroom Number 1" retains all original features, as do the private drinking booths in The Bar, converted from 1840s prison cells.
With 112 well-appointed rooms and suites the Courthouse Hotel offers a wide range of to suit all tastes and needs.
Additional features include: spa, pool and gym, private cinema, roof terrace, event space for up to 250 people, three restaurants and The Bar.
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