Dean Street Townhouse
69-71 Dean Street, London, W1D 3SE
39 Guest Rooms 1 Meeting Room 14Meeting Capacity
In the heart of Soho, Dean Street Townhouse occupies numbers 69 and 70 Dean Street, a pair of Georgian residences built by carpenter John Meard in 1732-1735. Home to aristocratic families and, at one point, King Charles II’s mistress Nell Gwynne, the houses were located in Soho Fields, which gradually became a cosmopolitan centre, attracting sculptors, architects and artists, the painter William Hogarth among them.
- Tottenham Court Road Underground
- Leicester Square Underground
- Piccadilly Circus Underground
|Function Room||Size in SQ/M|