Decadence by Design

A lavish boutique hotel set near Covent Garden.
L'oscar is a turn-of-the-century architectural gem, now extravagantly
restored by world-leading decorateur, Jacques Garcia.


Top 50 Best Boutique Hotels UK 2022
100 Best British Hotels in London
The Times and Sunday Times Travel Awards
Europe's Leading New Boutique Hotel 2019
World Travel Awards

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Mother's Day Champagne Brunch

This Sunday, 19th March L'oscar Restaurant is combining the best of both worlds, bringing together breakfast and lunch in a delicious harmony with free-flowing Champagne for 90 minutes.

Prioritising excellent design, food, and service, L'oscar London is sure to guarantee a memorable day for your main lady. If mum has the taste for the finer things in life, then she'll undoubtedly be impressed.

11:30 - 16:00

£49.00 choice of three courses
£89.00 choice of three courses and free-flowing Champagne

Mother's Day Brunch Menu


Devoted to the Divine

The hotel has been created from a Baroque-style, grade II* listed former church in Holborn, a grand literary hub, and the centre of a thriving mix of bars, shops and restaurants that forms part of the city’s coolest high-end district.

Imagination and attention to detail is woven into the fabric of L’oscar, from the sumptuously-decorated bedrooms, velvet and leather interiors, exquisitely-unique champagne coupes, crystal butterfly wing taps and seven-storey chandelier.

Playfully Indulgent

L’oscar is conceived with the belief that a hotel is a theatre: a stage where performances of the utmost quality are played out and every detail is considered for the enjoyment of you, our guest.

We’ll offer you a red-carpet welcome with unprecedented levels of service and an exhilarating dining experience where opulence and temptation combine.

Within A Whisper Of Theatreland

Uniquely sophisticated, the hotel sits in the heart of historic Bloomsbury on London’s Southampton Row, within a whisper of the City, Theatreland, Soho, and the West End.

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Reassuringly central, yet hidden from the bustle of capital streets, in the centre of literary London.