The property, inspired by Oscar Wilde, is the first Jacques Garcia designed hotel in London and opened its doors in September 2018. The Grade II-listed building, a former headquarters of the Baptist church, has undergone a grand conversion into a new 39-bedroom hotel that has been “restored and re-imagined.
The hotel picked up the award at as gala ceremony in Madeira, which the hotel said was attended by some of the “biggest names in the travel industry”.
Michael Voight, general manager of L’oscar Hotel London, said: “We are delighted to have received the award of Europe’s Leading New Boutique Hotel 2019 presented during the World Travel Awards last week. The team is thrilled and L’oscar is going from strength to strength.”