1. The Peninsula London

The architecture and design of the completed hotel will reflect the distinctive heritage and grandeur of Belgravia. A stately entrance and colonnaded courtyard lobby will greet arriving guests, as will 190 exquisitely styled guest rooms and suites. In addition, 25 exclusive luxury residences are for sale, which offer an oasis of serenity in the heart of the city, where residents can enjoy the luxury of Peninsula hotel services while also having their own dedicated facilities. Destination restaurants will tempt visitors to taste new dishes and savour familiar fare; The Peninsula Spa will provide revitalising wellness and beauty treatments; and a grand ballroom will play host to London’s most glamourous events.

The Peninsula London also features a one-storey shopping arcade, with a total of nine retail shops providing over 1,100 sq m shopping spaces to all discerning style seekers. The Peninsula Arcades around the globe house many international luxury brands, offering exquisite luxury shopping with unparalleled hotel experiences.

2. Mandarin Oriental Mayfair

Opening Spring 2023, Mandarin Oriental Mayfair, London is the latest hotel to join the Group’s acclaimed collection of award-winning properties and will offer a unique taste of urban luxury in the heart of London.

Situated on Hanover Square, Mayfair’s oldest square, recently re-born, the hotel will provide a calming, discreet sanctuary for hotel guests while delivering a contemporary and vibrant atmosphere in the public spaces where the Mayfair community – a crossroads for the world of fashion, media, art and business – will gather to experience the brand’s legendary service.

3. 1 Hotel

1 Hotels will debut its UK brand flagship hotel in the heart of Mayfair. Overlooking Green Park, 1 Hotel Mayfair’s eco-conscious, modern design will echo its nature-inspired mission, by bringing the outdoors in.

1 Hotel Mayfair will feature 181 rooms, including 52 suites. The interiors have been designed with sustainable elements and practices throughout using natural materials from the British Isles including reclaimed wood from West Sussex, Yorkshire stone and Welsh slate.

1 Hotel Mayfair’s restaurant and garden terrace by two Michelin Star Chef Tom Sellers will be grounded in a deep respect for seasonal, organic, and locally sourced ingredients.

4. The Broadwick

Slated for launch in late 2022, Broadwick Soho is a 57 room hotel, home to a Sicilian inspired restaurant and terrace, rooftop lounge, intimate dining room and speakeasy bar. Designed by Martin Brudnizki, the refreshingly original property will offer impeccable personalised service in opulent yet cosy surroundings, inspired by the spirit of Soho.

Broadwick Soho is Martin Brudnizki’s first London hotel project. Hailed for his style blending modernity and authenticity, Brudnizki’s approach is a perfect match for the neighbourhood, where the creative, eclectic and exhilarating atmosphere is as emblematic as a warm welcome. Together with the Broadwick Soho team, Brudnizki has created a design concept inspired by Soho’s natural grit and glamour and describes the hotel as ‘seventies hedonistic disco pop, meets your eccentric godmother’s townhouse.’

5. Raffles London at The OWO

Raffles Hotels & Resorts and Hinduja Group have announced that Raffles London at The OWO will debut in late 2022. The former Old War Office on Whitehall has undergone a “monumental” transformation to create 120 rooms and suites, 85  branded residences and 11 restaurants and bars. Located at one of London’s most historically significant addresses, the U.K.’s first Raffles hotel will have an extensive wellness space and will be home to a rooftop restaurant and bar with views across Whitehall, The Mall and on to Buckingham Palace.

Key suites at Raffles London will be situated in the building’s most storied rooms—formerly offices of influential political and military leaders including John Profumo, David Lloyd George and Winston Churchill. Some of the most sought-after suites will be located in the building’s corner turrets, from which guests will enjoy views over Horse Guards and the 57 acres of St. James’s Park. The Old War Office inspired Ian Fleming to write the famous James Bond series after working as key liaison officer between the War Office and Britain’s Naval Intelligence Service. The building went on to feature in various Bond films, including “Skyfall,” “Spectre,” “License to Kill,” “A View to a Kill,” “Octopussy,” and, most recently, “No Time To Die”.

6. Art’otel Battersea

Come on down to Electric Boulevard and step into the vibrant art’otel London Battersea Power Station. You won’t find anything cliché here. Inspiring, surreal and playful, the bold colours, original ideas and unique art created by Signature Artist, Jaime Hayon, shape the design of our stylish bedrooms, suites and lobby. Coming soon, our 15th floor restaurant JOIA, offers flavours of Portugal and Iberian spiced dishes, whilst you  take in breathtaking views of the famous Battersea Power Station chimneys.

With jaw-dropping views of Battersea Power Station and beyond, our heated infinity pool (coming soon) on the 16th floor will be the place to be! Soak up the rays, people watch, grab yourself a cocktail at one of the best rooftop bars in London and take in the 360 degree views across the city.

7. Ruby Zoe

Influenced by cultures from the West Indies and beyond, Notting Hill is one of London’s most vibrant neighbourhoods. From the pastel shades of Portobello Road to the annual Carnival parade, there’s colour and character around every corner.

Drawing inspiration from island life, the bar at Zoe is a blend of bold shades, warm textures and sun-bleached surfaces. You may even spot a steelpan or two, alongside speakers that give carnival its extra oomph. Outside, we’re proud to be showcasing a new work by British-Trinidadian visual artist Zak Ové, inspired by the traditions, flair and freedom of carnival and masquerade.

Upstairs, Zoe’s rooms are all styled with Lean Luxury touches, including a big, comfy bed, aromatherapy Ruby Care products, and soft, fluffy towels. There’s also a Marshall amp to give your calypso beats a boost. Notting Hill Gate station is a three-minute walk away, from where the main sights are a short hop by tube.

8. Sun Street

Sun Street is a brand new 5-star hotel on the borderline of Shoreditch and the City of London. The mix of traditional Georgian frontage and vibrantly elegant interiors, the classical original buildings and the contemporary wing, reflect this position at the intersection of two contrasting areas of the capital.

While Shoreditch is characterised by hipsters, dotcom entrepreneurs, vintage shops, craft beers and cosmopolitan cuisine, the City of London oozes tradition from every bank, livery company, pinstripe suit and champagne bar.

Inside this oasis of tranquility in the heart of London, you’ll find a labyrinth of chic, comfortable Bar, Club Room, Library, and Orangery, a fabulous 40-cover restaurant serving Modern British cuisine, with intimate spaces and a wine list to die for, and a glorious Sun Terrace reserved for residents and members.