Here's a selection of press reviews and editorial from over the years...
"This quiet collection of self-catering apartments off Regent Street may have grown-up, understated decor but they are stocked with every child accoutrement from bibs to baby monitors."
March 2013View PDF
"For those who want an understated alternative to big hotels, the 12 serviced apartment suites of No.5 Maddox Street offer uncommonly rarefied and discreet luxury. Even those with homes in London may want to sample these delights for a night’s stay as a treat now and then."
Autumn/Winter 2012View PDF
'Live like a local. Among London's best assets. The biggest perk? You'll forget you're a paying guest.'
April 2012View PDF
'The doorway of No.5 is unmarked and there are just 12 suites, each with one, two or three bedrooms and their own private living rooms and kitchens.'
February 2012View PDF
'No.5 Maddox Street features boutique-like trappings in an unmarked building - the perfect recipe for incognito bachelor-style living.'
August 2010View PDF
December 2009View PDF
'Attention has been paid to every detail to make the elegant Asian-stye suites feel peaceful and serene. Many hotels offer the promise of a surrogate home but No.5 delivers.'
April 2008View PDF
‘This place is a true rarity, an alternative hotel. You can rent one of its suites by the day, the week, or the month and make the most of this sanctuary a stone's throw from New Bond Street.'
'Each suite is an inner city sanctuary, with soothing organic colours and natural materials.'
September 1999View PDF
‘No.5 Maddox St., London's latest high buzz hotel, which combines the luxury and service of a hotel with the privacy and space of an apartment. There may be no place like home, but this place comes pretty close’
August 1999View PDF
‘Add bamboo floors, faux-sable bed throws, and kimonos in place of terry robes, and you've got No.5 Maddox, located on the Soho edge of Mayfair’
‘No.5 Maddox Street has been an instant hit’
May 1999View PDF
'Think of it as your own personal pied-a-terre. The atmosphere is more like that of an exclusive apartment building than a posh Mayfair hotel.'
April 1999View PDF
‘it is edgy, urban and wantonly international in outlook’
April 1999View PDF
‘With complimentary welcome tray on arrival, you may be sorely tempted to take cocooning to its limit and for once, waive room service’
January / February 1999
'If over-attentive staff and lobby socialising horrify you then No.5 Maddox St may be your dream hotel.'
December 1998View PDF