Ace Hotel London Shoreditch Est. 2013

100 Shoreditch High St, London E1, United Kingdom

book a room
GBP 189 - GBP 659 avg. room rate
Calling all creatives! Host a shindig in Shoreditch with all the exquisite details you've come to expect.
Making its home in the Shoreditch neighborhood of London among artists and craftsmen, bring your mates to mingle with the masses at Hoi Polloi and boogie the night away at the magnificent Miranda. A hub for galleries, theater and design, Shoreditch is home to the Brick Lane Market, landmark creatives and renegade artists from around the world.
The Lowdown
Type
Art Gallery
Bar / Club / Lounge
Boutique Hotel
Cafe / Coffee House
Hotel / Resort / Spa
Views
Skyline
Street
Style
Bohemian
Casual
Classic
Contemporary
Modern
BEST type of CELEBRATIONS
Anniversary / Engagement Party
Bachelor / Bachelorette Party
Birthday Party
Corporate Event
Dinner Party
Group Getaway
Rehearsal Dinner / Welcome Reception
Social Event
Wedding Reception

Venue Setting

This neighbourhood is our favourite part of London. The vibe is open, innovative, productive and adventurous. Walkable, bike-able and let’s-get-lost-able, Shoreditch is the open-air version of what we aim for each Ace Hotel to be: a place you never want to leave. The vintage shopping on Brick Lane is unparalleled, and Shoreditch is known worldwide as a mecca for street artists like Banksy, Eine, Kid Acne and Conor Harrington to name a few. Along Redchurch Street you can buy the best stuffed jalapeño of your life. You can find handmade leather goods on Calvert, and David Adjaye’s Dirty House is a few blocks away on Chance Street. Vietnamese on Kingsland Road is the best, there’s no better place to get bubble and squeak than Rivington Street and locally-brewed craft beer flows like water in our neighbourhood pubs. By the time you think you’ve seen it all there will be something new, and you can start getting to know Shoreditch all over again, like meeting up with an old friend. Originally a suburb outside of the City of London, Shoreditch was the place where culture, arts and outsiders banned by the city's fathers could find a home and thrive. Archaeologists recently discovered here the foundations of The Theatre where Shakespeare’s first plays were performed, too. The brick-making trade in the area dates back to medieval times. Textile and furniture manufacture also thrived here, centering around the Old Spitalfield’s Market and the timber yards at the west bank of the River Lea. Today’s Shoreditch contains echoes of its industrial and artisanal past in the form of cottage industries and studios where craftspersons specialize in niche and handmade goods – for as long as anyone can remember, it’s been a place for making things.
Fees
(Prices listed here are estimates only & are subject to change)
Price Range

Does this include catering fees?

No

Insurance

Additional Insurance Is Not Required To Host An Event Here

Capacity

Seated
150
Buffet
N/A
Standing
150
Celebrations Hosted Here Since
2013
Curfew
No Curfew
Venue Spaces
Indoor Venue Space Only
Catering
Client Must Use The Catering Provided By The Venue
Alcohol
Music
Indoors Only
Smoking
Non-smoking Venue
Accommodations
We have 255 rooms and 3 deluxe London-view suites.
Amenities
  • A/V Equipment
  • Wifi
  • Dining Tables
Venue Features
The Scene:
Ace Hotel London Shoreditch hangs its hat in London’s most creative and engaged district. A hub for galleries, theaters and fashion, Shoreditch is home to the Brick Lane Market and an open canvas for street artists from around the world. We’ve brought a landmark restaurant, our very favorite florist, dispensers of the finest fresh pressed juices and coffee, and DJs and artists from all over the world under one roof — and the mix is pure magic.
Design:
We've incorporated a wide range of design influences — reflective of the cosmopolitan yet historic character of the surroundings — from the clean Modernism of the Bauhaus to UK punk, to the bold graphic style of the early 20th century Vorticist movement. The context and history of the area as a traditional center of industry and old-world craft was also a driving force behind our approach to exterior and interior design. It's one of our most rewarding projects to date, re-establishing 100 Shoreditch High's place as a vital, engaged participant in a neighborhood rife with complex heritage, good ideas and inimitable culture. And our basement bar Miranda is said to possess an empyreal glow.
Standout Venue Features:
We’ve got a sound selection of food and drinks on site to sate your appetites, including our lobby café Bulldog Edition (@bulldogedition), the celestial Miranda bar downstairs, our farm-to-street juice kitchen Lovage and our celebrated English modernist brasserie Hoi Polloi. Hoi Polloi has breakfast from 07:00 and supper until 01:00 plus 24-hour room service if you'd rather stay in. We have events nearly every night of the week, including NTS Radio DJs, talks, independent film screenings, parties and live bands. Find out what’s going on while you’re here by visiting acehotel.com/calendar/london or by calling the front desk.
Extra Perks:
Ace Hotel London’s enormous seventh floor event space — over 6,000 sq. ft. total — offers panoramic views of London, five versatile meeting rooms in adaptable sizes, plus a full rooftop bar and terrace. Each room features state-of-the-art teleconferencing systems, WiFi and multi-zone audio and portable projection screens, digital projectors with Mac and PC inputs or flatscreen TVs. We offer full-service catering from our on-site Michelin-starred restaurant Hoi Polloi. All guests of our 7th floor event spaces have access to our bird's-eye bar and terrace that takes over the whole of our 1243 square foot rooftop. It's decked out with furnishings by Michael Marriott, a first-of-its-kind lighting installation by Fabien Cappello and panoramic views of Shoreditch, the Gherkin and the City of London. It makes an impression.
Awards & Notables “The industry’s hippest hotel.” — Entrepreneur "Best hotel with a nightlife" — Paper #1 Best Hotel — Casa Brutus (Japan) London Evening Standard, "Life is Suite" August 2014 Asiana Magazine "London's Design Scene" September 2014 T Magazine "Check In: A First Look at the New Ace Hotel in Shoreditch, London" June 2013 Esquire "Ace! A New Hotel Brings Seattle Cool to the UK" September 2013 Condé Nast Traveller "Word of Mouth" September 2013 Condé Mast Traveller "The Hot List 2014: Our Pick of the Best New Hotels in the World" May 2013 Food & Wine UK "London: A Dynamic Food Scene Gets Even Better" May 2013 Travel & Leisure "The Best New Hotels- The Urban Trendsetters" February 2013
Celebration Locations
100 Room:
Our faithful 100 Room is a 600 square foot space that's great for business meetings, private receptions, social gatherings, dinners or whatever else you need an expansive room for. Like all of our 7th Floor events spaces, it's hooked up with state-of-the-art teleconferencing systems, WiFi and multi-zone audio.
- View: While you're up on the 7th Floor, you'll have access to our bird's-eye bar and terrace that takes over the whole of our 1243 square foot rooftop. It's decked out with furnishings by Michael Marriott, a first-of-its-kind lighting installation by Fabien Cap
- Max Capacity: 70
Miranda:
The modern redesign of our basement bar is an optimal room for public events and private parties alike. Great sound system, casual, dim and fun.
- Max Capacity: 130
7th Floor Event Spaces:
Ace Hotel London’s enormous seventh floor event space — over 6,000 sq. ft. total — offers panoramic views of London, five versatile meeting rooms in adaptable sizes, plus a full rooftop bar and terrace.
- View: Panoramic views of Shoreditch
- Max Capacity: 580
Eats & Drinks
Food, Restaurants, Cafes, Bars & Lounges
Food, Restaurants, Cafes:
Hoi Polloi Pablo Flack and David Waddington of Bistrotheque have partnered with Ace to create Hoi Polloi, an English modernist brasserie. It is a dynamic space, as ideal for three square meals as it is for daytimes spent working on a laptop, evening drinks or spot of late night supper. Hoi Polloi takes a super-seasonal approach to English produce, with an understated use of ingredients that may only be in season for a short time. When Bistrotheque opened in 2004, Flack and Waddington “reinvented eating out to suit the style and energy of a new generation”, according to Kate Spicer, Sunday Times Style. Two years later they further established their names in the international dining scene with the launch of their first temporary restaurant, The Reindeer. This was followed by two award-winning short-term restaurant installations — FLASH at the Royal Academy, and Studio East Dining at Westfield Stratford City. In 2012, Pablo and David opened Shrimpy’s Deluxe Dinette & Terrace in a disused Filling Station; a critically acclaimed two- year project as part of the Kings Cross regeneration. BULLDOG EDITION Square Mile Coffee Roasters will be collaborating with Ace to open a lobby café. Square Mile Coffee Roasters will also supply the beans that will be served in the café. Square Mile Coffee Roasters started as a wholesaler of specialty coffee beans to cafés that serve serious coffee lovers. Founded by James Hoffmann, a World Barista Champion, and Anette Moldvaer, a World Cup Tasters Champion, the Square Mile team brings a near-obsessive, passionate attention to detail to their search for the very best beans. LOVAGE Lovage is a seasonal farm-to-street elixir and treat stand rooted in the essentials of British folk medicine and based on the idea that wellness comes from nature. The award-winning Kitty Travers has collaborated with Ace Hotel to create ice creams, sorbets and granitas for Hoi Polloi and Lovage.
Bars & Lounges:
Miranda Miranda is our celestial basement bar, with up-and-coming and established local and international DJs and live music nightly. Lobby We've got a different DJ nearly every night of the week in the lobby. Our friends, some hailing from independent record labels, some just independent, spin good music til late. The Lobby Bar The lobby bar offers an inclusive and low-key spot to enjoy a drink with friends, or settle in for a long afternoon working on a laptop. The furniture was designed by local artist Max Lamb, and there's plenty of space around to gather with a group, check out an exhibit in the gallery space, or put on your headphones and get to work. Menu and cocktails designed by Hoi Polloi.
VENDOR VERIFIED TIPS

Our verified and highly qualified Vendors that have hosted, designed, photographed, coordinated an event here would love to give you a few tips for your event here. We allow for Vendors reviews and tips, but do not allow any negative comments. If we receive 3 verified negative reviews the venue will be removed.


HAVE YOU BEEN A VENDOR AT THIS VENUE?
PLEASE TELL US ALL ABOUT IT

THIS VENUE DOES NOT HAVE ANY REPORTS AT THIS TIME.

Check back again soon!

No videos found

  • Available
  • Partially Booked
  • Booked
All Venues featured here are members of The Venue Report and fill out their own profiles.