The boutique hotel in London's Covent Garden has recently completed a renovation, 15 years after first opening.
Work included revitalising the in-house restaurant, Asia de Cuba, and launching a new late-night cocktail lounge, Blind Spot, designed by Tim Andreas of Banjo Ad Inc. Jason Kalisman of Morgans Hotel Group, which operates the hotels, said: "From its inception, St Martins Lane was utterly original, and we are confident that this relaunch will preserve and expand on the hotel's legacy and define what British luxury is for the next generation to come."
Asia de Cuba
Facilities Flat-screen TV, USB charging stations near the bed, media hub with high-current USB charging and HDMI video and music-playing capabilities
Executive chef Louis Pous
Cocktail consultant Andrew Loudon
Typical Blind Spot cocktails Camellia (black tea vodka with Chambord, Aperol, lemon and raspberries); and Ora Negra (Palo Cortado sherry with orange blossom water and Perrier-Jouët)
Typical Asia de Cuba dishes Red snapper ceviche with Thai chilli, red onion, cilantro and plantains (£12); Fire and Ice shrimp with watermelon, cucumber, napa cabbage, sesame and crispy wonton (£16); and swordfish with vegetable escabeche, yuca dumplings, bok choy and spicy shrimp coconut curry broth (£29)
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