A new luxury hotel set in a restored Georgian
terrace dating back to the early 1800s will open in the City of
London in 2020.
Forming part of the
One Crown Place mixed-use development in EC2,
Bespoke Hotels has been appointed to operate 41 bedrooms at the
property in Sun Street, under the management of AlloyMtd and CBRE.
Launching in early 2020 with premier double rooms
starting from Ł295 per night, the hotel will span five floors across
six Georgian townhouses.
With ambitions to join a select group of
five-star hotels in the city, the hotel will combine a 100-cover
destination restaurant and bar alongside a private members’ club.
Each of the six townhouses has a unique
personality and the ground floor communal areas are interlinked by
a series of rooms, including a public-facing deli, social café,
art gallery in the lobby with a reception parlour for a relaxed
check-in, a club lounge with a bar and an adjoining library room.
The hotel, the name of which will be unveiled later
this year, will sit alongside One Crown Place’s striking
terracotta-clad residential towers containing 246 luxury
apartments and 140,000 sq ft of premium office space.
spaces and apartments at One Crown Place have been designed by
Bowler James Brindley and Sophie Ashby’s Studio Ashby.
Ashby has designed the development’s nine penthouses, which
launched late last year. Residential sales of the South Tower will
be released to the public on 1 March 2018.
Designed by London and New York-based KPF
Architects, One Crown Place will occupy a prime position nestled between Old Street, Shoreditch,
and the City itself, just a stone’s throw from Liverpool Street