Individual, eclectic, unusual, refreshingly different and well thought out......a Cuban Mexican fantasy in Camberwell.
Fiona Duncan -
Once inside… I feel like I'm on holiday…
It’s Decked out like a Mexican casita with bright colour-washes, arched doorways and busy tiles.
Sally Shalam - The Guardian
The hotel is delightfully idiosyncratic. The reception desk is fashioned from an altar. The corridors are decorated with madonnas and votive candles….a hotel unlike any other in the capital.
Martin Fletcher - The Times
Now you can live out your ranchero fantasies on a London Underground Zone 2 travelcard..-Church Street Hotel in Camberwell-couldn't be more Mexican if it had a man in a sombrero sucking a cheroot.
Joanne O'Connor - The Observer
Walking beneath the stained-glass scene of hovering angels above this hotel’s front door is to enter a world of Latin simpatico..
Jerrod Kummer - The National UAE
The Church Street Hotel - an enticing blend of Mexicana and Louis XIV, five star boutique - yness.
Take a Shot of Mexican washed down with a slug of Cuba, what have you got? Only the coolest boutique hotel in Town.
Zoe Walker -
South London Press
The Church Street Hotel blends flavours of Cuba, Spain and California..the resulting mood is charmingly romantic.
Shannon Denny - Living South Magazine
Bags of Character and Passion
Paul Dietrich - Sleeper hotel design Magazine
La tête eblouié de couleurs, on feulette un roman mystique de Garcia Lorca.
Paull Henry Bizon - Hôtel et Lodge Magazine