Review: Page8 Hotel, London

Last weekend we were given the opportunity to review the newly opened Page8 Hotel on St.Martins lane.

Aimed at urban explorers, Page 8 is the second opening from Page Hotel, with their first hotel residing in Hong Kong. Page8 is conveniently located opposite Trafalgar Square and The National Portrait Gallery – who Page8 have partnered with to offer guests a combined stay and cultural package (more details below).


From the moment we stepped foot off the busy London streets into Page8, we instantly felt elevated and inspired by the reception area, come relaxed coffee and reading area.

In their own words, Page8 is a space to connect people and travellers, to share their stories about travel, coffee, arts and photography in the artisanal coffeehouse, Page Common. Weary explorers can relax and unwind in a creative, interior design-led atmosphere, enjoying fine coffee, craft beers, well-chosen wines and speciality dishes.


On arrival, we were offered a hot welcome beverage from Page8’s coffee shop & restaurant, Page Common. Coffee connoisseurs – the staff see coffee as art-form and create fresh, home blended drip coffee ideal for any customer who requires a pick me up at check-in time.

The literacy theme was consistent throughout, with shelves and tables adorned with books, Suitcase and travel magazines, which extended to the bedroom, with the latest issue of Monocle, Harpers Bazaar and GQ waiting on the bed eagerly to be read from cover to back.


The bedrooms were large, with crisp white linen, floor to ceiling marble bathrooms inclusive of C.O. Bigelow products and beautifully packaged toothbrushes, toothpaste, vanity kits etc. The minibar was fully stocked and complimentary, with a choice of prosecco, wines, craft beer and Coca-Cola, as well as Page Common’s hand drip coffee bags and English breakfast tea.

The breakfast menu at Page Common is healthy and flavoursome, offering dishes such as salmon, crushed avocado and sourdough, pastries and cream cheese on sourdough with figs. Eggs are also on the menu, as in my eyes breakfast isn’t breakfasted without eggs and coffee!


As mentioned, Page 8 are currently offering the following combined package in partnership with The National Portrait Gallery from £220:

  • 2 Complimentary Tickets for the David Hockney: Drawing from Life Exhibition.
    (Applicable to all room types)
  • 15% discount at the National Portrait Gallery Retail Shop
  • 10% discount at the Portrait Café and Portrait Restaurant & Bar – one of London’s most desirable dining venues offering breath-taking views of the Trafalgar Square and the London Eye.

Find out more on Page 8’s booking page: or pop-in next time your walking by for a minute of zen away from the crowds or one of the best coffees in London!

8 St. Martin’s Place, London WC2N 4JH

Please note: This was a complimentary review experience. 

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