Free high-speed internet access, cinema, CD/DVD player, flatscreen TV, Frette linen, iPod dock, Kit Kemp's range of Rik Rak bath products, valet service.
Rock stars opt for the sprawling Terrace Suite, with its views over Soho’s rooftops, but we love the deluxe rooms on the fifth floor.
Hangover remedies; with cocktails this good on tap and amid so many late-night bars, you'd be mad not to take full advantage.
Families are welcomed. Extra beds are available (£66 per night).
Families are welcomed.
Babies and up – children of all ages welcomed.
The two-bedroom apartments have a fully equipped kitchen. All rooms have minibars where you can store milk. Children up to three years old can stay for free in their parents' bed; extra beds are £40 a night.
There are DVD players in every room, and a good selection of child-friendly DVDs to borrow at no extra charge. If you have a lot of kids (or are feeling extravagant), a private screening room is available to hire for £250 an hour. The hotel is filled with striking works of art – children adore the oversized cat sculpture in the lobby created by Fernando Botero.
Rates exclude breakfast (£21.50 for a full English).
Children are welcome in the restaurant for all meals, which will be provided at half price and half the portion size. The Soho hotel can also provide milk and baby food.
This can be arranged for a £10 booking fee; give 24 hours' notice if possible. It costs £9.50 an hour from Monday to Friday, and £11 on Saturdays and Sundays, plus the sitter's transport costs.
No need to pack
High chairs and cots are provided.
Older children might get a kick out of playing spot-the-celeb: everyone from P Diddy to Friends star David Schwimmer has checked in.