London already offers a huge range of accommodation options for event organisers. And with a wave of famous hotel brands and new independent openings, the range is hard to beat. Contact us to find the right hotel for your delegates.
What's New in London Autumn 2017
New hotels for 2017 and beyond
Citizen M Tower of London
Citizen M Tower of London hotel offers 370 bedrooms over eight floors above Tower Hill London Underground Station. A ground floor café and gallery, bar, living room spaces and a Society M business club on the eighth and ninth levels complete the package.
Four Seasons Trinity Square
The former Port of London Authority building has been redeveloped as one of the most exclusive addresses in London. With 98 guestrooms and suites, the site at Ten Trinity Square will also include 41 private residences.
The NY Hotel Giant is starting its 20-hotel portfolio with a 30-storey iconic building on Shoreditch High Street, opening at the end of 2018. At the heart of the Highgate scheme is a 200 bedroom luxury hotel which will include 100,000 sq. ft. of office space as well as retail and leisure spaces, and a sky lounge.
Manhattan Loft Gardens Design Hotel
Opening in 2017, a high quality design hotel concept into this progressive new building marks an exciting new chapter for the growing creative community that is London’s East End. Residents will have access to premium hotel facilities and services including a gym, spa, restaurants, cafes and bars.
The Great Scotland Yard
Lulu Group International has agreed a £110m deal to open a five star, super luxury hotel in the Great Scotland yard building in 2017. Watch this space for more details.
Leman Locke Hotel
Locke is a design-led aparthotel for those who want to challenge the status quo, and experience the unique and authentic. Designed for travellers for whom a bed and shower in a shoebox isn’t enough, Locke immerses you in its neighbourhood’s culture through spaces that connect you to a community of like-minded travellers.
Hard Rock Hotel London
A conversion of the existing Cumberland Hotel, once frequent host to guitar legend Jimi Hendrix, the upcoming Hard Rock Hotel London will be ideally situated in one of the city's most sought after locations, directly on Hyde Park. Offering panoramic views over the park, the 900-room hotel is scheduled for completion in summer 2018.
Lalit London Hotel
Lalit London hotel will open in 2017, has 70 rooms within the historic red brick exterior. The grade-II listed building, previously a school which dates back to the late 1800s, has been redeveloped as part of the One Tower Bridge development which adjoins it - a small green space separates the old from the new.
Montcalm Royal London House
Located within the former Royal Mail head office, the Montcalm Royal delivers five star luxury to Finsbury Square. Subtle mid-century styling complete with twenty first century technology, the Royal London House by Montcalm Royal offers 256 rooms and suites.
The Peninsula London
The Peninsula London is a proposed 190-room hotel on Hyde Park Corner, one of London’s most celebrated addresses. The Peninsula London is planned to cater for both hotel guests and local customers. In addition to guestrooms and spa, the hotel will have shops, bars, restaurants and a ballroom.
Art'otel London Shoreditch and Battersea Power Station
The plan is to develop a stunning 18-storey, 350 bedroom contemporary new hotel. In addition, a modern top-floor restaurant and bar as well as a relaxing spa open to guests will form part of the hotel’s offering. There will also be a publicly accessible arts centre, which will include an art gallery, space for video artists and photographic studios. The Art'otel Battersea is expected to open in 2019, in one of the new buildings set around the historic Grade II listed Battersea Power Station. The 160 bedroom lifestyle hotel will boast a rooftop pool and bar, a signature restaurant and a gallery.
Good Hotel introduces Premium Hospitality with a Cause to the London hotel scene. The property is a floating platform, located right on the water in Newham's Royal Docks. The hotel has 148 bedrooms and meeting rooms from smaller to larger sizes. The Living Room is the place where good food and drinks are served and where there is plenty of space to get some work done at the communal tables.
The Ned Hotel
The Grade I listed former Midland Bank headquarters in the City of London becomes a new flagship 5-star hotel from the Soho House group in spring 2017. Former offices on the upper floors, become 252 suites, restaurants and a rooftop bar with landscaped terraces, health spa and gym. The vast Ned hotel also includes event spaces and a private members' club featuring a rooftop space with swimming pool and an underground bar in what used to be the safety deposit vault.
Robert De Niro has just been given the go-ahead to open his first hotel in London (his third after New York and the Philippines). The hotel is going to be located in Covent Garden, a triangular block, the Wellington. Expect it to be pretty big - the plans submitted to Westminster promise 83 bedrooms, a luxury spa and swimming pool, two restaurants, a deli/café and a members’ club. Opening in 2019.
Dorsett City London
Dorsett Hospitality International is to open its second London property next year, £15 million is being spent on the 13-storey city hotel. The hotel is located next to Aldgate Underground station overlooking the 18th century St Botolph Church. Dorsett City will feature 275 rooms, as well as two restaurants, a bar and 1,600 square feet of meeting space.
The Curtain Hotel
Think Soho House with a New York accent, The Curtain scores high in the rock 'n' roll stakes! A roof top swimming pool, private screening room and The Red Rooster restaurant, an offshoot of Marcus Samuelsson's Harlem restaurant, signal The Curtain is a corner of cool Manhattan in Shoreditch. The hotel will feature 120 guest rooms, including six suites, lounge, spa, and more than 6,000 square feet of meeting and event space including a ballroom and screening room. The hotel will also have a private member’s club.