London's hotel scene is enjoying a great surge of new venues. From daring, artistic new creations, to impeccably refurbished historic sites, there is a new London hotel perfect for your next stay, event or meeting. Contact us to find the right hotel for your delegates.
A selection of new hotels in London
After an extensive refurbishment, YTL Hotels recently reopened The Academy, a collection of five townhouses, and a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World collection. The hotel has 50 guest rooms and includes several food and drink options, including The Courtyard, where guests can sample the hotel’s afternoon tea.
Drawing on the legacy of the greats who stayed here in decades past – and an inspiration to those who are yet to write their own story – the Hard Rock Hotel London stands alone as a haven for music lovers and cultural explorers everywhere. Situated on the corner of Oxford Street and Park Lane – the hotel puts guests just steps away from the very best England’s capital has to offer.
In a six-storey glass structure within the One Blackfriars development, Bankside Hotel offers a sleek and modern hub close to Blackfriars Bridge. The hotel has a focus on arts and crafts, with a curated arts collection displayed across the 161 rooms and communal areas, and it also features a space permanently dedicated to crafts.
The Stratford is a 145-room design hotel with interiors by Space Copenhagen, the design duo behind the legendary NOMA. The rooms feature serene pastel tones, natural timbers and elegant stone bathrooms fusing Scandinavian style with old-world opulence. From the magnificent triple-height lobby to the grand fireplace, The Stratford is a hotel that does things differently.
Set in London’s Leicester square, The Londoner is a new boutique hotel on a super scale and the first of its kind. As a pioneering hotel, The Londoner embraces the energy of the West End through its masterful architecture and design, sophisticated social spaces and its collection of distinctive restaurants and lounges. Opens in 2020.