Iconic, grand and brimming with class, The Warrington Hotel is a lush location in the heart of Maida Vale.
Built in 1857, The Warrington has been restored to its former glory, making way for original features such as mosaic floors, stained glass windows, pillared portico, art nouveau friezes and a stunning marble fireplace.
Brimming with history and a notably colourful past, The Warrington was not only once under ownership by the Church of England, rumour has it that the venue was an upmarket brothel too. The word 'randy'? That also is presumed to have originated here thanks to its close proximity to Randolph Crescent.
The hotel has recently added 5 stunning rooms, each having been individually designed and decorated with the finest products and furnished with hand-picked items. Not only is it the perfect place to lay your head, The Warrington is primed for an amazing atmosphere, beer with friends and a private dinner in the Billiard Room alike.
- Pub , Event Space
- Chatting and Drinking , Drinking and Eating , After work drinks
- West London, Maida Vale
- Happily Affordable ££
- Taking Bookings
- No Door Charge
- 18 For Alcohol
- Background Music
- No queues normally
The Warrington Hotel, 93, Warrington Crescent, W9 1EH
Maida Vale (Tube)
|1st Floor Function Room||Private Room||80||120||-||-||-|
|1st Floor “The Billiard Room”||Private Room||12||20||-||-||-|
|The Public Bar||Private Room||0||60||-||-||-|