Best Hotels in London for 2021 | Escapes

Best Hotels in London for 2021 | Escapes
We’re big fans of staying in our own town, having a cheeky night out, or finding a cheap, cheerful joint when the family is in town. And even if you don’t stay, London hotels are increasingly home to the best restaurants in the city. Here are London’s most exciting hotel openings for 2021, including a West End monster, a Chelsea townhouse, and another hotel in Stratford. Get them on your list when the lockdown ends.

NoMad London

NoMad officially crosses the pond as the hotel, which has outposts in New York, Las Vegas and Los Angeles, opens in Covent Garden. The hotel will take over the Bow Street Magistrates Court and Police Station, transforming the space into 91 rooms, taking inspiration from the architecture and original design features. The original courtroom will be transformed into a private event space, there will also be an on-site museum with rotating exhibits that touch on the history of the Metropolitan Police, and the hotel will also house the first NoMad lounge. Opening: February 2021

thenomadhotel.com


Pan Pacific

All this construction work in front of Liverpool Street station is for Pan Pacific London, the first European hotel of the Singaporean group. And all is well with 237 rooms and suites (the 18th-floor Signature Suite will have an epic view of The Gherkin), a ballroom for 370 people, an indoor pool, spa, and fitness center. Opening: spring 2021

panpacific.com


Selina camden

Selina, known for her design-focused properties for nomads and remote workers, is opening her fifth UK location across the street from The Roundhouse in Camden this spring, making it the perfect spot to hit the hay after a concert. The hotel will feature 30 guest rooms, social spaces for working and relaxing, and the on-site Powerplant vegan restaurant. Opening: spring 2021

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The Londoner Hotel

The Londoner

When the Londoner finally opens its doors, that will probably be the best reason to head to Leicester Square, with 350 rooms, 35 suites and a six-story mega basement featuring two Odeon cinemas, a luxury spa and a ballroom. . It’s essentially the largest basement in London and that means they can pack it all up and still only have eight stories above ground, which means it won’t dominate the rest of Leicester Square – which probably would have sounded a little strange. There will also be a rooftop bar and a whopping six restaurants, including a Japanese lounge bar with a rooftop terrace and a fire pit and tavern on the ground floor, which will host unplugged music performances daily. Opening: April 2021

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The portico

The Stratford only opened in 2019, but hotel openings for E20 continue to arrive. Hilton are the latest group to move in with The Gantry, with another addition to their Curio collection, and Ardmore, who made The Ned and Corinthia London, is in charge of the construction. The 18-story building will feature 290 rooms, a restaurant on the first floor and a sky bar upstairs for the mandatory views of the Olympic Park. Opening: summer 2021

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Castle Denmark

Denmark Street is known for its connection to music – the Rollings Stones recorded their debut album there, the Sex Pistols lived on the streets – and now a new hotel inspired by this musical story is coming to the streets in 2021. rooms and apartments spread across 16 buildings, the interiors referencing everything from vintage gothic to punk to psychedelia. And in true rock & roll spirit, the signature rooms will have maxi-bars, not minibars, so you can party properly. Opening: summer 2021

chateaudenmark.com


Beaverbrook Townhouse

The Surrey-based country hotel Beaverbrook arrives in the city, taking over two Georgian townhouses on Sloane Street. Each of the 14 suites, designed by Nicola Harding, will be named after London’s theaters, and there will also be a 60-seat Japanese restaurant inspired by The great wave Hokusai artist also on site. Opening: summer 2021

beaverbrook.co.uk


The Broadwick Soho

The Broadwick Soho is the first hotel of architect and designer Martin Brudnizki (he did the likes of Annabel and Sexy Fish) who described it as “your eccentric godmother’s Soho townhouse”, so don’t expect not to a minimalism here. Along with 57 rooms, many of which will have private balconies overlooking the streets of Soho, the hotel will have an Italian restaurant and rooftop terrace and cocktail bar, with the founders of Randall & Aubin overseeing food and drink. Opening: September 2021

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