London’s vibrant hospitality scene is in a constant state of evolution, with each passing year ushering in exciting new additions to the city’s collection of hotels. As we look forward to 2024, we’re thrilled to share with you six highly anticipated hotel openings that promise to redefine luxury, artistry, and relaxation. These properties are set to become iconic destinations, each offering a unique and unforgettable experience. Let’s explore them in detail:

1. The Emory London – A Luxurious Haven in Knightsbridge

Arriving in spring 2024, The Emory London is the latest masterpiece from the prestigious Maybourne Hotel Group. Nestled in the heart of Knightsbridge, this exclusive all-suite property is poised to redefine luxury. What sets it apart is its striking ‘sails’ structure, an architectural marvel soaring above the treetops of Hyde Park. With 60 meticulously designed suites spread over nine floors and a dedicated wellness space, The Emory promises unparalleled comfort.

But that’s not all. The Emory’s rooftop is a true gem, offering sweeping views exclusively for hotel guests. To elevate the culinary experience, renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten will introduce his acclaimed ABC concept, emphasizing fresh, local, and conscious cuisine. This marks his London debut, bringing a touch of Manhattan’s culinary magic to the city.

2. Mandarin Oriental Mayfair – Elegance Meets Modernity

The long-awaited sibling of the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park is set to open its doors in early 2024 on the prestigious Hanover Square. With 50 elegantly appointed rooms and suites meticulously designed by the UK-based Studio Indigo, Mandarin Oriental Mayfair is destined to be an emblem of elegance and modernity.

Dining here promises to be a memorable experience, as award-winning chef Akira Back introduces his first namesake restaurant in the UK, accompanied by the A Bar Lounge concept. But it’s not just about exquisite cuisine; the hotel also boasts a spa with an indoor 25-meter swimming pool, a sauna, a vitality pool, a relaxation room, and bespoke treatments.

Adding a touch of culture to your stay, artworks by local British artists adorn the public spaces. Mandarin Oriental Mayfair aims to be a sanctuary where timeless elegance and modern luxury converge.

3. art’otel London Hoxton – Where Art and Hospitality Unite

In March 2024, art’otel London Hoxton, the second property from the art-inspired brand, is set to captivate art enthusiasts and travelers alike. This remarkable hotel features 357 rooms, including 48 luxurious suites, a destination bar, a top-notch restaurant, and terraces offering breathtaking 360° panoramic views of the city.

What truly sets art’otel London Hoxton apart is its commitment to art and culture. As part of the brand’s ethos, the hotel will host a rotating calendar of exhibitions and cultural events, immersing guests in the vibrant art scene of London. The Signature Artist, D*Face, a globally recognized British contemporary street artist rooted in east London, brings an authentic touch to the hotel’s artistic ambiance.

4. Six Senses London – A Sanctuary in the Heart of Bayswater

Making its UK debut in the former Whiteleys shopping center in Bayswater, Six Senses London is set to redefine the concept of urban sanctuary. Offering 110 guest rooms and suites, along with 14 branded residences, Six Senses London provides a haven for those seeking refined indulgence.

Guests can unwind in the cozy lobby bar, savor all-day dining in the restaurant with an open kitchen, or relax in the courtyard seating area. The Six Senses Spa, reminiscent of an old-fashioned London underground station, features an indoor swimming pool, the Alchemy Bar, and a relaxation room with awe-inspiring vaulted ceilings. This property promises to be an oasis of calm amidst the bustling city.

5. The Newman – Fitzrovia’s Hidden Gem

In winter 2024, Fitzrovia will welcome The Newman, the inaugural property from Kinsfolk & Co. This boutique gem features 81 thoughtfully designed rooms, suites, and apartments, each offering a unique charm.

On the rooftop, a signature suite with a private terrace awaits, and when booked as a whole, it provides exclusive use of the floor, including the four-bedroom suite. The culinary offerings are equally enticing, with a European brasserie seating 120 guests, a lower ground cocktail bar, and two private event and dining rooms.

A spa occupying one floor of the building invites guests to indulge in hot and cold experience cabins, a salt therapy room, a hydrotherapy pool, treatment rooms, a meditation studio, and a well-equipped gym. The Newman promises to be a haven of tranquility in the heart of Fitzrovia.

6. Park Hyatt London River Thames – Riverside Luxury

Late next year, the Park Hyatt London River Thames will open its doors within R&F UK’s Nine Elms development on the picturesque south bank of the river. This 203-room hotel promises a luxurious retreat, with a spa offering an indoor pool, nail studio, relaxation lounges, fitness room, and yoga studio.

Culinary enthusiasts can look forward to an all-day restaurant, Asian cuisine delights, and a wine bar. The hotel also offers versatile meeting facilities, including a grand ballroom accommodating up to 1000 guests. Guests can relax in the signature art-filled Park Hyatt Living Room, ensuring their stay is both memorable and rejuvenating.

In conclusion, London’s hotel landscape is poised for an exciting transformation in 2024, with these six exceptional properties leading the way. Whether you seek opulence, artistry, relaxation, or urban charm, these new establishments promise unforgettable experiences for all who visit. Stay tuned for these exciting openings, and make your next visit to London truly exceptional!