Where to chill other then Starbucks?

Whether you’re a freelancer, student, avid reader, people watcher, yummy mummy or coffee addict chances are at some point, Starbucks has been your hangout spot of choice. The selection of beverages, is as much a draw as the obligatory Instagram pic opportunity. In London free wifi and available plug sockets in a relaxed and social environment are at a premium, so with that in mind here are our pick of the best chill spaces in and around London.

1.Ace Hotel

A hotel might not seem like the first choice, for a place to work or chill but the Ace Hotel have changed all that. With strong wifi and comfy seating, you’ll feel at home here, making it a perfect spot to plug in and zone out.

100 Shoreditch High St, London E1 6JQ

2.Hoxton Hotel

With 24/7 access, a variety of study like rooms and quirky interior you’ll enjoy doing whatever’s on your agenda here. Head for the relaxing sofas by the windows for power points and feel like a guest for none of the cost.

81 Great Eastern St, London EC2A 3HU

3.Waterstones

With 2 coffee shops, a bar, restaurant and books galore, what better place to get your head down then a bookshop.  Seating over 5 floors and a bustling vibe, you’ll feel more than focused on achieving chill level 100.

203 – 206 Piccadilly, St. James’s, London W1J 9HD

4.Google Campus

Why not register to use Google’s campus? Its free, open to 6pm and could provide some decent network opportunities if that interests you. If not, just enjoy a small piece of the Google experience on an entire floor dedicated to free working.

5 Bonhill St, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 4BX

Where’s your chill place of choice?

 

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