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The Mandrake Hotel

Lofty shrub-inspired lodgings planted in the West End

This ebullient hotel is stationed in the heart of London's West End, and takes its name from the plant famous throughout medicine and mythology. The botanical inspiration doesn't end there however – its design is also influenced by the mighty shrub. The striking colours and artwork set this pad apart from its peers.

 

Thirty bedrooms, three suites and a penthouse accommodate guests in an exceptional retreat. Four floors are linked by walkways running through a central outdoor courtyard, and the botanic theme is accentuated by this space with its verdant oasis of jasmine and passion flowers.

 

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