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London Exciting New Luxury Hotels

The recent time plus Brexit is likely to lead to a huge but temporary decrease in the number of visitors to London (22 million in 2019). Nevertheless, several interesting new hotels have just opened, it turned out that the British capital still has a huge attraction. In addition, many of these hotels have a unique design, as well as restaurants and bars, which will undoubtedly be as popular as accommodation. Here are the eight most luxurious:

NoMad London (opens in November 2020)

In this building on Bowe Street, which once housed London’s first professional police force, twins Cray Emmeline and Christabel Pankhurst, Oscar Wilde and General Pinochet walked through their doors. Now it will receive demanding guests as an upscale hotel, which will appreciate the velvety and soft oak interiors, as well as the beautiful fireplace. The rooms at the Nomad London Hotel are so sophisticated that one would expect Wilde to turn up every moment with a joke as cheeky as the bathroom fixtures.

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The Londoner (May 2021)

I watched the construction of this building with interest. The London Grand Hotel is located in an enviable location around the corner of London’s famous Leicester Square and offers 350 rooms, 35 suites and a variety of restaurants and bars. The hotel has five conference rooms and attracts business people who want to combine work and pleasure. The simple design of the halls will make you feel at home even on the grayest days of London, and some offer stunning views of the city.

Stop: The integrated Odeon movie that connects the hotel with famous premieres in Leicester Square.

Mondrian Shoreditch, London (Spring 2021)

Shoreditch is one of those places that I just don’t have. People seem to think that it’s fun – playing mini-golf in a dirty basement full of noisy city workers and paying huge sums for a hot rum with cola. If this is your good deal, then the redevelopment of the London Mondrian Shoreditch Hotel (once upon a time there was a Rideau Hotel) may not be suitable for you, because, unlike this basement, it is not dirty at all in Mondrian Shoreditch. Located in an elegant brick building with large windows, it will recreate the popular Southbank Cellier party bar. It looks like the exact opposite of Shordich’s dirtiest places and will certainly bring a certain chic to the area.

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Pan Pacific London (Spring 2021)

Another building that I saw from the ground is Pan Pacific London. How to stand out from the huge skyscrapers of the City of London? Build a 43-story marvel with bronze and fill it with the Asian luxury that Pan Pacific does best. Are the rooms spacious? Yes. Does the incredible view that you expect from a building of this height open up to you (even if it is the lower half)? Yes. Would I like to stay in one of the Pan-Pacific Suites? Yes, yes, YES! I’m particularly excited about “Wellness Stock,” which includes a spa and an infinity pool overlooking London.

Mandarin Oriental Mayfair (Spring 2021)

A bar on the roof! A luxurious spa! Five stars! Oh, Mandarin Oriental, you know how to put a tick. Lucky London will open its second Mandarin Oriental Hotel – the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Mayfair, although the location in Mayfair will be somewhat muted, unlike the Grand Hotel in Hyde Park. Well, even outside the interior, where you can find luxurious rooms and a spa with a 25-meter swimming pool.

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Stay for: the luxurious amenities of Mandarin Oriental, without the hustle and bustle of Knightsbridge.

Westin London City (August 2021)

The Westin London City Hotel is conveniently located on the banks of the River Thames and is quite glazed from the outside and offers a view of the Globe Theatre on the other bank. Inside you will find cozy rooms in a natural style and a spa area with a swimming pool. The restaurant is sure to keep people away from its panoramic views, and I can’t wait to reserve a table by the window and watch the water flow.

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