A HOTEL INSPIRED
BY THE FABRIC
OF SE1

Occupying an awe-inspiring building that dates from 1905, when it served as the Tower Bridge Magistrates Court, The Dixon is a new hotel that captures all the culture, creativity and variety of SE1, the world’s most cultural postcode.

Named after John Dixon Butler, the Grade II-listed building’s original Edwardian architect, The Dixon is steeped in history but inspired by the contemporary character and culture of its vibrant neighbourhood. Its 193 rooms and suites, lounges and restaurant enjoy an edgy, eclectic design aesthetic and a boutique vibe.

With an award-winning combination of authentic design, carefully-curated amenities and smart technology, The Dixon is one-of-a-kind in its locality.

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Eat

The Dixon has a passion for provenance. We source the freshest ingredients to give our menus the most delicious flavours – all from producers we know and love. Whether you choose our Courtroom Bar, the chic bustling café or stylish restaurant at Provisioners, every taste is a delight to discover.

Drink

No one understands the gin in your tonic better than a Dixon bartender. From artisan coffee brews roasted within our very own restaurant, to hip cocktails, our drinks menu is carefully curated to bring you an exclusive twist on old classics. We even use locally produced spirits and liqueurs, bringing you authentic flavours in the heart of SE1.

Inspire

Inspired by its authentic bond with history and its locality, The Dixon has a wealth of stories about London old and new – and loves to tell them. Our artwork has been curated specifically to help tell these stories, all influenced by the fabrics of SE1.

ROOMS ENRICHED
BY ART & DESIGN

The hotel holds 193 stylish rooms, with tactile materials, surprising bursts of colour and finely-crafted details, effortlessly complementing the authentic original features. This place exudes style and charisma, from top to toe.

Our rooms

What's on

Southbank Centre

January 25th- March 31st 2019

Southbank Centre Food Market

Bringing some of the best street food to London.

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Southwark Playhouse

March 14th - April 13th

The Rubenstein Kiss

Ruby Bentall stars in a tale of conspiracy and betrayal in the Cold War.

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Unicron Theatre

March 21st - April 28th

The Show In Which Hopefully Nothing Happens

An absurd masterpiece of hope, humour and failure.

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National Theatre

March 12th - April 27th 2019

Downstate

A fiery and provocative new play from Bruce Norris.

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Southwark Playhouse

May 15th - June 8th 2019

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

The world premiere of this brand new musical based on the short story.

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The Tate Modern

Until July 2019

Artist Rooms: Jenny Holzer

Discover the powerful work of the American artist Jenny Holzer.

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