Radio Times Online

Published: 21 January 2014

“There are very few chances in life to go to sleep and wake up in a location that is so iconic, you feel like you live in a postcard – The Trafalgar allows that opportunity”
“The Trafalgar is a boutique hotel with a capital “B”. Every inch of the premises has been intricately designed and decorated to offer class and modernity at the heart of your experience..”

Wedding Ideas Magazine

Published: January 2014

“Everything about this hotel is slick, chic and stylish.”
“A must visit if you want a glamorous day.”

Wedding Magazine

Published: February 2014

“You couldn’t get much more city-centre than this location on the corner of Trafalgar Square, but while you’ll feel the buzz looking out of the window at the London scene,
you’ll easily forget the world outside as you find bright, spacious rooms with high ceilings and cool, contemporary decor..” “But don’t miss out on the buzzing Rockwell Bar where you can order cocktails as you take in the art installations, or the sheer delight of Vista rooftop bar where you’ll sip on Champagne and take in city views. Unforgettable romance.” “Best for: Style in the city.”

Mail Online

Published: 12/09/2013

At Vista, one of central London’s largest roof top bars, guests can enjoy a suitably stylish tipple while overlooking Nelson’s Column and soaking up panoramic views of some of London’s most iconic landmarks


Published: August 2013

On the southside of Trafalgar Square, this smart city hotel’s stunning Vista bar has one of the most special views over London…

Published: 25/07/2013

There’s no doubt that Vista boasts one of the very best views of London, given its central location on top of The Trafalgar Hotel. Calm amongst the chaos of the capital, the smooth monochrome furnishings and soft music woo visitors before they’ve even had a chance to drink in their surroundings


Published: 19/07/2013

Top 10 summer cocktails in London. As temperatures continue to saunter around 30C in the capital stay cool with this summer’s best city cocktails. 1. Vista, The Trafalgar Hotel, SW1 Decadent rooftop bar overlooking Trafalgar Square, go for the Movista: Apleton Estate VX rum, cherry wine and fresh lime juice, served long, topped up with soda and complimented with fresh mint and lemon thyme – £12.

The Sun

Published: 13/07/2013

The hotel is definitely suited for bright young things; the lights are low, the lifts are dark with a diamante effect and the general mood is very hip.” “It’s perfectly placed for a day out in town and you’re minutes away from some of London’s best-loved tourist spots.

Published: 13/04/2013

High above the hubbub that is Trafalgar Square is the newly refurbished Vista bar at The Trafalgar Hotel. It’s a stylish maze of shrubbery and chic seating, and come sunset the whole of London is illuminated

Evening Standard

Published: 21/03/2013

It looks like coffee, it is served like coffee, yet the latest drink to arrive in London is not, in fact, a new type of coffee – its tea. It’s made using South African rooibos – red bush – tea and tastes sweet or bitter depending on how you drink it. The Trafalgar Hotel off Trafalgar Square has just launched its menu of Roispresso, drinks made with red bush tea blended with different flavours including chamomile, mint or goji, then brewed in seven ways – from macchiato and espresso to latte and cappuccino…Overall, mint is my favourite; I could imagine drinking the espresso shot after a filling dinner while the iced tea version – sweetened with two spoonfuls of coconut sugar and served in a tall glass – is like a cocktail.