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New London hotel openings - the most interesting hotels coming soon to London

London's hotel scene is a barometer of the city's health. Judging by what's coming our way, it's in rosy health with all manner of hotels with interesting bars and restaurants you'll want to know about.

Beaverbrook Town House

Beaverbrook Town House

Sloane Street, London SW1

The team behind the London outpost of the luxury Surrey country estate have spent £25m doing up two Georgian townhouses opposite Cadogan Gardens on Sloane Street. The 14 bedroom boutique hotel’s key attraction sounds like the Japanese restaurant and bar with an interior inspired by 19th-century woodblock print artist Hokusai.

When: Summer 2021

Follow them on Instagram: @beaverbrooktownhouse

 

The Londoner

The Londoner

38 Leicester Square, West End, London WC2H 7DX

This huge hotel complex not only encompasses a new Odeon cinema but loads of food and drink options too. There’s a main Mediterranean restaurant and a ‘gastro tavern’ on the ground floor showcasing live music and a lobby bar. But we predict it’s the eighth-floor rooftop bar that’ll be the big draw with a firepit and contemporary Japanese menu. 

When: Late summer 2021

Follow them on Instagram: @thelondoner

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Pan Pacific London

Pan Pacific London

80 Houndsditch, London, EC3A 7AB

Part of the City’s Bishopsgate Plaza development, Pan Pacific London is going to be the first European opening for the ultra-luxe Singaporean hotel group. Straits Kitchen is all about the dishes of multicultural Singapore. Then there's the bar Ginger Lily which boasts the largest list of by-the-glass fizz in the City of London. Cunningly, they've also secured top patisserie chef and TV star Cherish Finden for their afternoon tea offering in The Orchid Lounge. Finally, there’s going to be a Tom Dixon designed bar in adjoining Devonshire House which will open later in Autumn, plus a further destination restaurant - details of which are still to be revealed.

When: Late summer 2021

Follow them on Instagram: @panpacificlondon

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The Broadwick Soho

The Broadwick Soho

18-24 Broadwick St, Soho, London W1F 8HS

This Soho hotel on the corner of Broadwick and Berwick will be designed by top London restaurant designer Martin Brudnizki. On the ground floor there’ll be an all day trattoria from the folk behind Randall and Aubin, along with a roof terrace cocktail bar.

When: 2022

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The Owo

The OWO

Whitehall, London SW1A 2EU

The first Raffles hotel in London is taking over the iconic Old War Office building on Whitehall. The Grade II* listed building’s refurb will, on finishing, contain nine restaurants and bars.

When: 2022

Follow them on Instagram: @theowo.london

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Admiralty Arch Waldorf Astoria

Admiralty Arch Waldorf Astoria

The Mall, London SW1A 2WH

This multi-million pound Waldorf Astoria venture couldn’t be in a better location. Tourists and Londoners alike will want to book into the hotel's main restaurant with views directly down The Mall towards Buckingham Palace. There’s also going to be a roof terrace restaurant too.

When: 2023

Follow them on Instagram: @admiraltyarch

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The Chancery Rosewood

The Chancery Rosewood

30 Grosvenor Square, London W1A 2LQ

Rosewood’s second London hotel will take over the old US Embassy building on Grosvenor Square. It’s a little too early to tell what’s planned on the food and drink side of things, but we’re told there will be a variety of casual and formal restaurants and bars.

When: 2024

More about The Chancery Rosewood

 

Also coming soon...

Chateau Denmark (Summer 2021) - Ex-Firmdale boss Carrie Wicks is to spearhead the launch of a new hotel this summer this year, inspired by the birthplace of the British music scene.

The Audley (Autumn 2022) - Artfarm, the art and hospitality company behind the well-reviewed Roth Bar & Grill in Bruton, have taken on this Mayfair establishment. They recently brought in Fortnum’s former CEO Ewan Venters, with plans to turn it into a restaurant with rooms.

 

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