Limehouse Library Hotel London

A new idea

More than just a hotel

London’s Limehouse Library Hotel seamlessly blends history with modernity, offering guests a chic and culturally rich stay near the city center. With 75 rooms across six floors, including singles, doubles, family rooms, and suites, there’s something for everyone. Each room, inspired by notable writers or historical figures, boasts en-suite bathrooms, exposed beams, and tranquil views of Limehouse. Whether you’re traveling with family, seeking a romantic getaway, or adventuring alone, our unique hotel awaits your arrival. 

LIMEHOUSE LIBRARY HOTEL LONDON

discover our uniquely themed rooms and luxury suites

Accommodation

Superior Single Room

Single Bed 90x120cm

1 Person

Area 12 - 20m²

No Living Room

Superior Double Room

Double or Twin Beds

2 Persons

Area 15 - 20m²

No Living Room

Additional Benefits

Our Guests' Comments

SS
07:10 29 May 24
located is limehouse, which is not the greatest area... located close to the DLR to get you in and out of the city is pretty handy, very close to Canary Wharf and the Isle of dogs, but nice to run along the Thames in the morning..beds are a bit too hard for my liking, unfortunately no mattress toppers, I did provide spare duvets to put over the top of the bed to make it softer.Staff are very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was very good, it's quite an eclectic hotel, loads of ornaments and trinkets throughout, which grew on me.I would stay here again.
Westferry Cars LondonWestferry Cars London
14:19 28 May 24
Will HandsWill Hands
11:51 26 May 24
Stayed for a few days for MCM Comic Con in May 2024. Brilliant location that’s only a few minutes walk from the DLR.Hotel itself is gorgeous, the aesthetic is incredibly inviting and interesting with the antique models and toys displayed in the main lobby and foyer. The bar, which we didn’t use, was very pretty also and fit into the general aesthetic. I really cannot stress how beautiful this hotel is.Staff were really lovely and friendly, check in was straightforward, we were even guided to our room. Shout out to the really nice staff member who burnt sage and had a nice conversation with my partner and I!Every room is themed after an author and you get to learn more about that author throughout your stay which is a really fun and unique touch.Rooms have all basic necessities, ours had a double bed, a tv which you could connect your phone to via chrome-cast that was useful. Also featured was an optional mini bar, a shower with toilet+sink as well as a hairdryer.Upon checking out, the lady at the counter gave us a business card and said next time we book, if we mention that we stayed here before they may even possibly give us a discount. Really great gesture, these guys know how to impress their customers. Top stuff - we will 100% be staying again next time we’re visiting for comic con.
HayleyA24HayleyA24
11:51 26 May 24
Really lovely and special hotel, we will be back. The staff are very friendly and helpful, it’s incredibly clean and beautifully decorated. Every room is decorated in the theme of a specific well known figure - we were in the Freud room which was beautiful and simple, and well appointed. The communal areas are gorgeous - the rooftop bar is particularly special. There are beautiful plants that are very well looked after! Check out is late which was a nice treat.A few things that I saw in reviews that I was worried about weren’t a problem at all in the end-- couldn’t hear the DLR from our room besides a very low noise every now and again, but I don’t know if at the other end of the hotel it is different- air con was not noisy at all- tv volume is fine- £100 deposit is just a pre authorisation and is returned in 5-7 daysThe only other point to note is that you need photo ID which my partner forgot but they were happy just to accept mine!
andrew cheastyandrew cheasty
09:54 22 May 24
Really nicely themed hotel ( it won't be to everyone's taste). Brilliant breakfast, very helpful and polite staff
0800andy0800andy
09:43 28 Apr 24
Thank you for a great stay at the Limehouse Library, as the website and previous reviews say, a lovely slice of luxury just off the hustle and bustle of the city. Very handy for shows at the Troxy! I enjoyed the relaxation and calm of the Turkish bath and Sauna before the show, and a very lovely breakfast in the morning, before having to sadly check out! Thanks again.
E.M. BlakeE.M. Blake
17:17 20 Apr 24
Gorgeous place. I've only been for a drink. They prefer if you call ahead rather than showing up. Service is lovely. The art on the wall and decor is amazing. I feel like I'm on holiday when I come here.
Morgan d'ArcyMorgan d'Arcy
10:04 18 Apr 24
Stayed here while attending a conference event in ExCel.Beautiful interior and design, wonderful aromas of sage and the eastern style decor transport you to other environs.Rooms were spacious, comfortable and nicely decorated (each themed after a different author or philosopher)Staff were wonderful and very helpful.Excellent value for money.
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Room Character Stories

Charlotte Brontë

Charlotte Brontë 1816 – 1855 The eldest of the Brontë sisters, all of whom were writers.  A novelist who shook...

Aziz Nesin

Aziz Nesin 1915 – 1995 The Nasreddin Hodja (the famous 13th-century satirist) of the modern age.  A grand master of...

Nâzım Hikmet

Nâzım Hikmet 1902-1963 ‘Blue Eyed Giant.’ The poet. Millions of Nâzıms exist. And the more he is read, the more...

Charlotte Brontë

Charlotte Brontë 1816 – 1855 The eldest of the Brontë sisters, all of whom were writers.  A novelist who shook...

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