A Curious Group of Hotels membership
'Get Curious' showcases the events and happenings around our properties in regular newsletters and blogs. Most excitingly, a Get Curious membership gives you exclusive access to offers and perks including 10% off and free room upgrades across our hotels. Based in the cultural hotspots of Paris, Amsterdam, London and Brighton the locations of our hotels are rich in heritage, history and culture. Each of our hotels are unique, with impeccable design and friendly, approachable service.
The smallest five star hotel in Paris, L'Hotel has been a secret hideaway over the past two centuries. With quintessential French charm and glamour, L'Hotel is nestled in the heart of the Left Bank, amidst the cultural riches, bohemian soul, and high fashion of St Germain-des-Prés.
Oscar Wilde’s last home, and the heart of Parisian society in the swinging sixties, it has been remodelled by renowned designer Jacques Garcia. It is home to Wilde's lounge, a chic cocktail bar with live music every Thursday.
Canal House, Amsterdam
Located in the heart of the Jordaan, the cultural centre of Amsterdam, Canal House is a 23 bedroom boutique hotel located on the Keizergracht and comprised of seventeenth century merchants' houses.
Centred in 21st century Amsterdam, the design is glamorous, contemporary, and comfortable but recalls the rich history of the building and the surrounding area. With a large garden, Garden House and Summer House for private gatherings, Bar, and Great Room, there are plenty of spaces to drink, relax, and celebrate.
Portobello Hotel, London
Located on a quiet street in the centre of West London’s Notting Hill, famed for its eclectic spirit and eccentric charm, The Portobello Hotel is the stylish combination of two converted neo-classical mansions with 21 bedrooms. One of London’s most well-known boutique hotels, it was founded in 1971 and ever since has been THE hotel for those in the know from the world of music, show business, and fashion. It has hosted many famous faces over the years.