’63’ is a bijou bed and breakfast hotel in the heart of London
The hotel’s address is 63 Bayswater Road, hence the affectionate abbreviation ’63’. A Victorian building, it has been owned by Soroptimist International, Great Britain and Ireland since 1948.
Number 63 is a commercial entity in its own right. Facilities include 16 rooms all with en suite facilities, a bar and meeting rooms. A notable feature is its Italianate leaded bay window which was designed and installed by William Arthur Smith Benson, a major name in the Arts and Crafts Movement. The hotel is located opposite Kensington Gardens. Guests – whether or not Soroptimists – are welcome to stay in this hidden gem.
Shareholders are Soroptimists, as are the members of the management team. Regions and clubs, as well as individual Soroptimists, can hold shares.
Income is used to run and maintain No.63. Supporters can contribute to 63’s funds by joining the 500 Club and 2000 Club, A percentage of members’ subscriptions are returned as prize money at the monthly draws. If you have a general query contact our Region’s representative for ’63’.