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New Hotels in London 2016

 
 
 
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InterContinental London - The O2
InterContinental London - The O2
InterContinental London - The O2
Park Plaza London Park Royal
Park Plaza London Waterloo
Park Plaza London Waterloo
citizenM Tower Hill
citizenM Tower Hill
citizenM Tower Hill
Montcalm Royal London House - City Of London
Mimi's Soho Open December 2016
 

 

The first European Nobu Hotel opens in Shoreditch the former Port of London Authority HQ is turned into a luxury hotel in 2016.

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InterContinental London - The O2

Officially open 26th January 2016

1 Waterview Drive, London, SE10 0TW

Tube: North Greenwich Station

 
 

InterContinental London The O2 is the closest hotel to the domed entertainment venue, making it the ideal spot to stay for those visiting concerts and events. The 19-storey, 453-room hotel houses one of Europe's largest single event spaces - an impressive pillar-free ballroom - which can hold up to 3,000 guests. Rooms are contemporarily designed, with granite bathrooms, walk-in showers and floor-to-ceiling windows. Although the hotel welcomed its first guests in December, it officially launches at the end of January 2016 with the spa, ballroom, and an additional 19 meeting rooms ready for use.

 
 
 

Courthouse Hotel Shoreditch

Open 1st May 2016

335-337 Old Street, Hoxton, London, EC1V 9LL

Tube: Old Street Station

 
 

If you didn't already know (the name gives you a clue), the Courthouse Hotel Shoreditch reveals its former life through the VIP booths in the bar - where prison cells are for cocktails, rather than spending a night in the slammer. The Old Magistrates Court and Police Station, a beautiful Grade II listed Edwardian building located in the heart of Shoreditch opposite the old Shoreditch Town Hall, has been converted into a 5 star boutique hotel complete with bowling alley, screening room, basement pool and a rooftop bar. The hotel has 128 guest rooms, a mix of new rooms and restoration of existing spaces, suites and function areas. The building, originally housing two court rooms and run as a courthouse for almost a century from 1903 until 1996, now has a restaurant, three bars including the one on the roof, event spaces roomy enough for up to 800 people, mini cinema and two lane bowling alley as well a working hub - that's bound to go down well with the remote workers of Shoreditch.

 
 
 

citizenM Tower Hill

Open July 2016

38-40 Trinity Square, City, London, EC3N 4DJ

Tube: Tower Hill Station , Aldgate Station

 
 

The nine storey citizenM Tower Hill hotel, a collection of 370 bedrooms over eight floors above the exit hall of the Tower Hill London Underground Station, is the flagship of the hotel group which specialises in stylish, affordable accommodation. Cleverly, the citizenM makes the most of its location - o verlooking the world heritage site of the Tower of London , the hotel has the remains of an ancient Roman wall running past it - with the Cloud Bar offering above-ground views of the site. The design is appealing, combining the latest technology with site specific art: the atrium at Tower Hill features a stunning kinetic art installation designed by the Amsterdam based duo Studio Drift and an interactive digital installation by Dominic Harris while Julian Opie has also been commissioned to create a piece for the hotel. The ground floor cafe and gallery and bar is for residents and locals alike, and a SocietyM business club on the eighth and ninth levels cater for business travellers. Further London hotels from the group include citizenM St Paul's, near St Paul's Cathedral , and citizenM Bankside close to Tate Modern .

 
 
 

Park Plaza London Waterloo

Opens 2016

Hercules House, 6 Hercules Road, South Bank, London, SE1 7DU

Tube: Lambeth North Station

 
 

Hercules House, a tired and dated 1960s government office building - best known as the home of the now-defunct Central Office of Information - is given a complete makeover and transformed into the 494 bedroom Park Plaza London Waterloo. Up to £80 million in funding has been secured by Park Plaza parent company PPHE Hotel Group to develop the hotel in Waterloo. ESA architects have stripped the nine-storey office building back to its concrete frame and, with the addition of a five-storey extension, created a 494-room hotel. Additional facilities include a swimming pool, spa and on-site dining. The company's London hotels include Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London, Park Plaza Riverbank London and Park Plaza Victoria to be joined by Park Plaza Park Royal and art'otel battersea, expected to open in 2019.

 
 
 

Sheraton Grand London Park Lane

Fully reopening in October 2016

1 Piccadilly, London, W1J 7BX

Tube: Green Park Station , Hyde Park Corner Station

 
 

This Art Deco hotel opposite Green Park on Piccadilly has been given a multi-million pound renovation which has put 'grand' into its name - and appearance - making it the Sheraton Grand London Park Lane Hotel . Once a well-known haunt of the Bright Young Things of 1920s Mayfair, t he 303-bedroom luxury hotel, which has the Italian Mercante restaurant within it, first opened in 1927 and has welcomed many celebrities and VIPs throughout its 90-year history. Not just famous for its clientele, the Park Lane hotel was also the location where much of the classic film 101 Dalmatians was set. In honour of the original four legged stars, the hotel has appointed a modern day Pongo and Perdy pair - the official mascots of the hotel.

 
 
 
 

The Montcalm Royal London House

October 2016

22-25 Finsbury Square, City, London, EC2A 1DX

Tube: Old Street Station , Moorgate Station

 
 

A £15 million upgrade of Royal London House, a listed building on the north side of Finsbury Square, has converted what was once an underused and dated office building into the Montcalm Royal London House. The 256-room five star hotel includes the Burdock bar and Aviary rooftop restaurant run by Tom and Ed Martin's ETM Group. While the 2,000 square foot bar offers guest craft ales, cocktails and bar food, at breakfast, lunch and dinner, the rooftop restaurant is the place to go for sundown cocktails with city views from the south-facing terrace. Two of the ninth floor suites, each with their own terrace, are also available for private events. Hotel guests can rest and work out at the spa and gym and there's a banqueting suite on the lower ground level. The Montcalm also owns The Montcalm at The Brewery London City with the London City Suites By Montcalm nearby, and The Montcalm London Marble Arch with The Marble Arch By Montcalm London just a stone's throw away. With the opening of this hotel and the M by Montcalm Shoreditch Tech City which welcomed its first guests in May 2015 the hotel group is making its presence known within The City of London.

 
 
 

Moxy: Stratford, Royal Docks & Heathrow

Stratford: Summer, Royal Docks: Autumn, Heathrow: Winter 2016

 

Moxy, Marriott's hotels for tech-savvy young travellers - a brand 'defined by attitude rather than affordability' - plans to open 11 new hotels across Europe by the end of 2016, three of which will be in London. The first of these is the 8 storey 279 bedroom Moxy London Stratford at Great Eastern Street next to Westfield and adjacent to the Olympic Park opening in summer 2016. It will be followed by Moxy London Royal Docks, close to the ExCel Exhibition Areas and Canary Wharf in autumn 2016. Finally, Moxy London Heathrow Airport opens in winter 2016. Having a go at redesigning the traditional economy experience, Moxy Hotels feature vibrant lobby spaces, 24/7 self-service grab and go, ample plug-ins for personal devices and free Wi-Fi.

 
 
 

Park Plaza London Park Royal

Opens late winter 2016

628 Western Avenue, London, W3 0TA

Tube: Park Royal Station

 
 

The 15 million pound Park Plaza London Park Royal on Western Avenue, Park Royal, in west London, the conversion of a former office building into a 212-room hotel is expected to open in 2016. Occupying a two-acre site opposite Park Royal underground station, the 6,750 square metre hotel offers four star accommodation over six storeys. On the ground floor there's a bar, restaurant, gym and conference facilities while rooms above have been designed and built off site before being stacked together to form the building. The scheme also includes a four storey office building and a 5,000 square metre data centre. Park Plaza Hotels currently have six hotels in London and this new hotel, added to another two under development - Park Plaza London Waterloo and the group's first UK art'otel, in Battersea, scheduled to open in 2019 - will bring the total to eight.

 
 
 

Mimi's Soho Hotel

Open December 2016

56-57 Frith Street, London, W1D 3JG

Tube: Tottenham Court Road Station , Leicester Square Station, Piccadilly Circus Station

 
 

Bringing luxury to 'compact living', the 58-room Mimi's Soho adds luxe touches like under-floor heating and marble bathrooms to the smallest of its rooms - even the Tiny Single (measuring seven metres squared) has Frette linen, in-room entertainment and dimmable lighting. Set across six floors, the new-build hotel is hidden behind an original Victorian facade. Interior design has been created by KDesign, a regular collaborator with owner Lutz Strangemann, previously working on the Monbijou Hotel in Berlin, one of four hotels owned by his Land Union Group. All rooms, no matter what size, are intelligently designed with luxurious materials and high-end finishes - think marble bathrooms, mosaic glass and oak floors. On the ground floor Henson's Bar & Social is a wonderfully intimate space for a cocktail bar, with a drinks list curated by in-house mixologist Adrien, previously at the Experimental Cocktail Club.

 
 
 
 
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