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New Hotels 2018

Built a century ago with its great tower and a grand Portland stone rotunda, the existing structure of Ten Trinity Square has been comprehensively and meticulously restored.
Ten Trinity Square is Grade II listed and located next to the Tower of London World Heritage Site.
The hotel has 100 rooms, restaurants, bars and a spa. It also provides all the luxury resources for impeccable services to each residence.

Planned to open in 2018, a high quality design hotel concept into this progressive new building marks an exciting chapter for the growing creative community that is London’s East End. The Manhattan Loft Corporation is behind the stylish Manhattan Loft Gardens Design Hotel. The 150 room hotel occupies the seven lower levels of Manhattan Loft Gardens, a mixed used development with three 'sky gardens', ensuring that residents are not far from an outdoor space. Premium hotel facilities and services will include a gym, spa, restaurants, cafes and bars.

Purpose built to a contemporary aesthetic, The Whitechapel stands on the original grounds of a textile manufacturing company once owned by five brothers. Inspired by the site’s industrial past, the hotel has referenced specific iconic elements, which are woven into the fabric of the hotel design. There are a total of 37 bedrooms available at The Whitechapel, an exclusive Penthouse Suite and a further four boutique-style One Bedroom Apartments that offer the perfect lifestyle experience with a luxury designer touch.

The original Scotland Yard headquarters is being transformed into a luxury hotel. The Edwardian, Grade II listed site, which was home to Scotland Yard, becomes a £100 million hotel. The new hotel will have 236 rooms, a grand entrance foyer, winter garden lounge, restaurant, bar and a 120 seat main conference room. The historic address, which was rebuilt in 1910, was where investigations into the likes of Jack The Ripper were centred. Undergoing a sensitive conversion it will maintain the principle elements of the original building. Once construction has been completed it will become one of the capital's most expensive hotels.

The plan is to develop a stunning 18storey, 350 bedroom contemporary new hotel. In addition, a modern top floor restaurant and bar as well as a relaxing spa open to guests will form part of the hotel’s offering. There will also be a publicly accessible arts centre, which will include an art gallery, space for video artists and photographic studios.

The Peninsula London is a proposed 190 room hotel on Hyde Park Corner, one of London’s most celebrated addresses.
The Peninsula London is planned to cater for both hotel guests and local customers. In addition to guestrooms and spa, the hotel will have shops, bars, restaurants and a ballroom.
A grand pedestrian entrance on Grosvenor Place will be accessed from a colonnade linking to an internal ‘Palazzo-style’ courtyard.

The Trafalgar Square hotel is currently undergoing a major upgrade, becoming part of the Curio Collection by Hilton. Named the Trafalgar St. James, a hotel with an enviable location overlooking the worldfamous Trafalgar Square, the very heart of London. The crowning glory, 'The Rooftop', is transformed into a year round rooftop hotspot, featuring a larger space, a Mediterranean style lounge, dining areas and a private glasshouse available to hire. The hotel's 131 rooms, including 14 suites and two signature suites, offer a chic, urban vibe.

Part of a rapidly expanding Munich based chain, this design oriented hotel on the eastern edge of the City offers a whopping 291 rooms over 15 floors. But with its simple layout and friendly bar area, it has the feel of a much smaller hotel. The wow factor is apparent immediately on entering, as guests pass through a modern lounge area lit by stylish candelabras on their way to the reception desk. Rooms are small but striking, with a do not try this at home colour scheme of dark chocolate, aquamarine and off whites. Rooms on the upper floors facing west offer nighttime views of the City in all its vertiginous glory. Ultramodern bathrooms and comfortable beds inject a shot of luxury.

A conversion of the existing Cumberland Hotel, once frequent host to guitar legend Jimi Hendrix, the upcoming Hard Rock Hotel London will be ideally situated in one of the city’s most sought after locations, opposite Hyde Park. Offering panoramic views over the park, the 900 room hotel is scheduled for completion in summer 2018.