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New Hotels in London 2019

 
 
 
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Hard Rock Hotel London
Hard Rock Hotel London
Vintry & Mercer
The Dixon
The Dixon
The Dixon
The Biltmore, Mayfair
Open on 4th February 2019
The Stratford Hotel
Great Scotland Yard Hotel
Great Scotland Yard Hotel cocktail bar
Great Scotland Yard Hotel
Great Scotland Yard Hotel grand function room
Treehouse London
Mama London
Mama London
Mama London
The Hoxton Southwark
Inhabit Southwick Street
Inhabit Southwick Street
Inhabit Southwick Street
The Stratford Hotel
The Stratford Hotel
Treehouse London
Treehouse London
Treehouse London
 

 

The Hard Rock Hotel comes to London in 2019, The Stratford opens within the Manhattan Loft Gardens tower and the original Scotland Yard HQ is transformed into a luxury hotel.

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The Dixon

Open January 2019 (pre-open December 2018)

211 Tooley Street, London, SE1 2JY

Tube: London Bridge Station

 
 

After pre-opening in December 2018, The Dixon hotel officially launched in January 2019. Formerly the home of the Old Tower Bridge Magistrates Court, the Autograph Collection Hotel transforms this historic building into a traditional boutique hotel offering 193 individually styled rooms and suites. Named after John Dixon Butler - the architect who originally constructed the Tooley Street building in 1905 - the hotel mixes old and new. The 193 rooms, including nine suites, present an artful mix of heritage design - simple brickwork, tall windows and modern furniture - and modern art. Old cell keys have been recreated into artwork while pieces of furniture reclaimed from the old courthouse have been repurposed. This echo of the building's past as a courtroom continues into the Provisioners restaurant, run by leading restaurateur Clive Watson (Riding House Cafe).

 
 
 

Vintry & Mercer Hotel

Open 4th February 2019

19-20 Garlick Hill, London, EC4V 2AU

Tube: Mansion House Station , Cannon Street Station, Bank Station, St. Paul's Station

 
 

Among the livery halls, guilds and narrow streets of the City, you'll find Vintry & Mercer, a hotel with 92 rooms and suites, a roof terrace, all-day restaurant, underground speakeasy and its own fitness studio. Taking inspiration from the historic trading guilds of the area, plush velvet curtains, bespoke fabrics and leather door handles to the rooms are a nod to the merchant taylors who used to trade their wares on the nearby streets. The name comes from the historic trading guilds of the area. Vintry references the wine merchants while Mercer recalls the textile sellers who specialised in fine silks and damasks. Mediterranean dishes are served in Vintry Kitchen on the ground floor, while sustainably sourced meat and fish from the British Isles are a speciality at Mercer Roof Terrace with views overlooking the dome of St Paul's Cathedral. Hidden away beneath is Do Not Disturb, a discreet, late night underground speakeasy cocktail bar taking inspiration from the clandestine bars of 1920s New York.

 
 
 

The Nadler Covent Garden

Open on 4th February 2019

51 Bedford Street, London, WC2R 0PZ

Tube: Charing Cross Station , Embankment Underground Station, Covent Garden Station, Leicester Square Station

 
 

Spread over six floors and offering views over the Strand, The Nadler Covent Garden is a 57-room hotel with stylish and thoughtfully designed rooms, housed within a beautifully restored Edwardian building. A short walk from Charing Cross and Covent Garden stations, the hotel offers little extras like a 'fridge fill' service where you can have a bottle of Champagne (or any other items) placed ready in the in-room mini kitchen fridge. The communal lounge area is a comfortable place to enjoy a drink before heading out to the nearby restaurants, bars, shops and theatres. Some of the building's original features have been expertly restored, offset by fabrics from the Isle of Bute and Paul Smith lamps. Many rooms come with their own balcony and some with a private terrace while all are equipped with ultra-fast Wi-Fi, comfy pocket-sprung beds, interactive TVs, desks and a mini kitchen with Nespresso coffee machine. The fifth property in the Nadler Hotels group, you can find sister hotels in Kensington, Victoria and Soho.

 
 
 

Hard Rock Hotel London

Open 30th April 2019

Great Cumberland Place, London, W1H 7DL

Tube: Marble Arch Station

 
 

How apt that a place once frequented by guitar legend Jimi Hendrix will become the Hard Rock Hotel London. A conversion of the existing Cumberland Hotel, and a short walk from the Hard Rock Cafe, the hotel will, not surprisingly, turn up the rock n roll factor with live music events by both local and international musicians. Guests arriving at the 900-room Hard Rock Hotel, which is at Marble Arch and so benefits from those panoramic views over Hyde Park, will walk into at a vast, welcoming lobby lounge - a place that's made for cocktails and live music. As you'd expect from the Hard Rock, a brand which has made its name with this sort of thing, there'll be curated memorabilia on displayed in the hotel and a memorabilia vault, housing some of Hard Rock's 80,000 or so historical pieces. An on-site Hard Rock Cafe and a Rock Shop, a restaurant and speakeasy bar plus free unlimited Wi-Fi complete the package. A hotel in the spirit of Hendrix.

 
 
 

The Stratford Hotel

Open May 2019

20-22 International Way, Olympic Park, London, E20 1GQ

Tube: Stratford Station

 
 

The Manhattan Loft Corporation, the firm which introduced loft living to the UK in 1992 and more recently gave the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel its remarkable makeover, is behind The Stratford, a stylish 150-room hotel which occupies the seven lower levels of the 42 storey Statford Skyscraper. The mixed used development comes with three 'sky gardens', one on the 7th floor, a second on the 35th and a third on the 36th floor ensuring that residents are never more than 9 stories from an outdoor space. Above the hotel is a 34 storey residential tower and hotel and residents share the use of communal spaces including the lobby, leisure facilities, swimming pool, spa facilities, meeting and conference spaces as well as an external roof garden that overlooks the Olympic Park. The site sits to the immediate north of Stratford International rail station and the Docklands Light Railway giving excellent transport links. The striking double-cantilevered tower has been designed by architects SOM (Skidmore Owings and Merrill) in partnership with Harry Handelsman, legendary founder of the Manhattan Loft Corporation. The Sunday Times Style magazine says, "if anyone can rekindle our love of tall buildings, it's Handelsman."

 
 
 
 

The Standard, London

Open in July 2019

Argyle Street, London, WC1H 8EQ

Tube: King's Cross Station

 
 

Taking a Brutalist building in King's Cross and turning it into a £20 million five star boutique hotel with 266 bedrooms, The Standard, London is the first hotel from the well known boutique chain outside America. The former council office block, originally built in the 1970s as an annexe to Camden Town Hall, sits directly opposite St Pancras Renaissance Hotel. The whole building has been upgraded, overseen by Shawn Hausman Design, but the biggest change is to the top floors. An external lift whisks guests from the ground up to the 10th floor where there's a destination rooftop restaurant run by critically acclaimed chef Peter Sanchez-Iglesias whose restaurants in Bristol - Casamia and Paco Tapas - are both Michelin starred. Adam Rawson is in charge of the ground floor restaurant which has both indoor and outdoor seating areas and sits alongside Double Standard, the ground floor bar which faces onto Euston Road.

 
 
 

The Hoxton Southwark

Open Monday 2nd September 2019

32-40 Blackfriars Road, South Bank, London, SE1 8PB

Tube: Southwark Station

 
 

When they opened their first hotel in Shoreditch in 2006, The Hoxton paved the way for design-led budget hotels, showing disbelievers that you didn't have to pay for expensive mini-bars, and rip-off rates for phone calls or internet access. Its success has led to a third hotel in London, a 192-bedroom property on Blackfriars Road in Southwark, which is expected to open in September 2019, joining existing Hoxton hotels in Shoreditch and Holborn. Occupying the lower six floors of a 14-storey building, Soho House - who already run The Hoxton Grill at the Hoxton Shoreditch and Chicken Shop and Hubbard & Bell at Hoxton Holborn - will operate a restaurant on the ground floor and a bar at the top. "It's conquered east and central London and now Hoxton is poised to take the south" ran an Evening Standard headline when planning permission was granted in 2015. Where The Hoxton goes, the hipsters follow.

 
 
 

Mama London

Open Monday 2nd September 2019

419-437 Hackney Road, London, E2 8PP

Tube: Bethnal Green Underground Station

 
 

From the Trigano family (co-founder of Club Med) and designer Philippe Starck, Mama Shelter sets up hotels in lesser-known, 'out of the way' neighbourhoods in big cities. Step forward Mama London , a 195-room hotel a short walk from both Cambridge Heath and Bethnal Green stations. As you'd expect with the Starck name, the emphasis on style with cutting-edge design by French designer Dion & Arles. All of the 195 rooms come with king size beds, 5-star linen and complimentary films, entertainment and WiFi while downstairs there are Japanese-style karaoke rooms, decked out with pinball machines, retro video games, and classic 50s-style microphones. The ground floor living area leads to the 100-cover restaurant which includes an island bar and outdoor courtyard with a retractable glass roof for cocktails al fresco. For tongue in cheek design touches look to the twists on lace doilies, coloured macrame, bright Liberty prints and a graffiti chalkboard ceiling. Brunch is a big deal at other Mama properties so settle in at weekends for leisurely late breakfast accompanied by live music.

 
 
 

The Biltmore, Mayfair

Open September 2019

44 Grosvenor Square, London, W1K 2HP

Tube: Bond Street Station

 
 

The Millennium Hotel in Mayfair, closed in July 2018, reopens in September 2019 as The Biltmore , the first European property from Hilton's LXR brand. The 50 million pound renovation project has been overseen by designers Goddard Littlefair, who previously worked on the Gleneagles Hotel and Hans' Bar & Grill in 11 Cadogan Gardens, creating a luxury hotel with a 257 rooms and 51 suites, many with views over Grosvenor Square. Luxury is the guiding principle for this hotel close to Bond Street with culinary concepts headed by internationally renowned chefs. The hotel also has an impressive 500 square metre ballroom, with capacity for up to 700 guests, as well as an all-year round alfresco terrace, an exclusive cocktail bar and a large gymtech fitness suite.

 
 
 

Inhabit Southwick Street

Open mid-September 2019

25-27 Southwick Street, London, W2 1JQ

Tube: Paddington Station , Edgware Road Station

 
 

Making mindfulness central to your stay, Inhabit Hotel, housed within six townhouses on Southwick Street in Paddington. Partnering with Yeotown - responsible for London's first "mindfulness cafe" - the 90-room hotel offers healthy food for body and soul with a cafe and meditation pod. Destress with guided meditations created by Yeotown founder Mercedes Sieff. This mantra extends to the hotel's library which is filled with inspiring and thought-provoking reads. Inside each of the 89 bedrooms - "Skandi influences with quintessentially British design and a nod to Eastern flair" - are those little extras that make your stay special, from stylish ceramic pieces to bespoke artwork as well as plenty of plants. In your room are the creature comforts of modern day living - Wi-Fi, heating/air con, REN toiletries and a hairdryer and if you subscribe to their newsletter you get "a moment of calm, delivered straight to your inbox".

 
 
 
 

The Prince Akatoki

Hotel open in September 2019 | Restaurant and bar open October 2019

50 Great Cumberland Place, London, W1H 7FD

Tube: Marble Arch Station

 
 

A new combined brand from StayWell and The Prince Hotels Inc - one of Japan's leading hotel and leisure companies - The Prince Akatoki will arrive in London in 2019. Taking over The Arch London in Marylebone, the new five-star luxury property will be the first hotel from the new brand and will 'reflect the visual elements synonymous with Japan and the signature experiences that are unique to Japanese hospitality'. There will also be a strong focus on mindfulness, service, tranquillity and aesthetic.

 
 
 

Treehouse London

Open November 2019

14-15 Langham Place, London, W1B 2QS

Tube: Oxford Circus Station

 
 

Making its debut in Marylebone, Treehouse Hotels is the latest project from Barry Sternlicht, founder of Starwood Capital Group and creator of W Hotels who turned Hotel Russell into The Principal. On Portland Place, opposite the BBC Headquarters, the 95-room Treehouse Hotel is playful, rustic and nostalgic with cuckoo clocks and sloth soft toys among the design touches. L.A. hotspot Toca Madera run the high-end Mexican restaurant and there's a "truly sensational rooftop lounge and bar" called The Nest with a tandem swing, DJs and 360-degree views of the central London skyline. Backyard, the coffee/wine bar that meets you on entry, feels like an actual treehouse with exposed wood and branches. While reclaimed wood and exposed rafters give the hotel a wild and woody looks, it also takes an eco-conscious approach to recycling and sourcing everything from the sheets to the toiletries. The Starwood Capital Group boss hopes to fill a gap in the market with this hotel which, "revels in the fun of it all and doesn't take itself too seriously". Little brother to Starwood's luxury 1 Hotel brand, Treehouse is "more torn jeans and t-shirts".

 
 
 

Great Scotland Yard Hotel

Open Monday 9th December 2019

3-5 Great Scotland Yard, Westminster, London, SW1A 2HW

Tube: Charing Cross Station , Embankment Underground Station

 
 

The original Scotland Yard, home to the police HQ from 1829 until 1890, has been transformed into a luxury hotel where the most expensive rooms cost 10,000 a night. Behind the red brick Edwardian facade lies a 236 room, 110 million hotel with The Yard - By Robin Gill and Forty Elephants as the hub of the hotel, open all day and serving everything from barista-served coffee to cocktails. Luxury design touches reference the building's police and military past - note the use of shields, emblems and historic details etched into glass and metalwork. The grand seven-storey building was used during investigations into Jack The Ripper and, most recently, by the Ministry of Defence but has also featured in 'Atonement', the 2007 film starring Keira Knightley. London developer Galliard Group worked with EPR Architects to create a sensitive conversion, adding new attic storeys and maintaining the attractions of the original building. Hand crafted marble, stone, wood, leathers and crystal - the glass sculpture in the main cocktail bar by LASVIT is particularly eye catching - create a sense of opulence and luxury befitting one of the capital's most expensive hotels.

 
 
 
 
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