Broadwick Soho, an independent luxury hotel in London\u2019s West End, has officially opened its doors.\u00a0\r\n\r\nThe 57-room site includes nine Suites and one Penthouse, and is overseen by general manager, David Monson.\r\n\r\nBroadwick Soho\u2019s townhouse aesthetic was created by interior designer Martin Brudnizki, who used a range of inspirations, from the Jazz Age to Italy, with a \u201cdash of English eccentricity\u201d.\r\n\r\nThere is a range of restaurants and bars within Broadwick Soho. Dear Jackie, the hotel\u2019s flagship lower-ground restaurant, serves classic Italian cuisine, while Bar Jackie is a street-level caf\u00e9 that serves coffee and cocktails to both guests and the public.\u00a0\r\n\r\nThe resident-only lounge, The Nook, \u201coffers a relaxing escape just moments from Soho\u2019s hustle, with a fireplace and vinyl player for guests to enjoy\u201d. Meanwhile, the hotel\u2019s rooftop dining bar and terrace, Flute, offers views across the city. In addition there is an eighth-floor private dining room with floor to ceiling windows.\r\n\r\nAll 57 rooms feature bespoke furniture and individually selected artworks, with high-quality finishes throughout, and are equipped complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi and \u201cstate-of-the-art\u201d in-room entertainment. They also feature large windows, herringbone floors and tassel-trimmed furniture.\r\n\r\nThe bathrooms provide marble wash-tops, walk-in rain-showers and sustainable luxury amenities by Ortigia, and some suites also feature free-standing bathtubs.