New London hotels

New London hotels

If you are planning a trip to London then you may want to discover the new London hotels opening in 2024. Hot on the heels of such grand hotels unveilings as Raffles at the OWO and The Peninsula last year are London’s newsest 5 start hotels.

London was the 2nd most visited city in the world losing out to Istanbul at number one. London was just ahead of Dubai who placed third. 18.8 millions visitors came to London last year which was a whopping 17% increase on 2022. No surprise that there are even more new London hotels opening imminently. Let’s see what is in store for the capital.

Here we take a look at new London hotels opening over the next calendar year.

The Emory, Old Barrack Yard, Belgravia, SW1X 7NP

The Emory is one of the most exciting new London hotels opening soon. An exclusive all suite hotel. From the owners of Claridge’s, The Connaught and The Maybourne Riveria in Monaco this hotel will overlook Hyde Park. A stones throw from it’s cousin The Berkley, this hotel will be the jewel in Knightsbridge’s crown of hotels. The royal borough is already an embarrassment of riches when it comes to exceptional hotels and The Emory looks set to fit right in. An impressive sail inspired structure that will house sixty suites over nine floors. A new landmark for London. The interiors have been expertly designed by established interior designer Andre Fu. Fu fuses European and Asian influences to create traditional yet modern sleek interiors. He has designed for The Emory’s sister hotels globally. Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten will bring his ABC restaurant to The Emory.

If you want to stay in style then make a reservation at The Emory. One of the most comfortable new London hotels opening in 2024.

Mandarin Oriental, 22 Hanover Square, Mayfair, W1S 1JP

Now taking bookings, the long awaited Mandarin Oriental, Mayfair will fling open it’s shiny doors this June. It’s big sister; The Mandarin Oriental, Hyde Park has long been a much loved luxury residence since 1889. No small feat in London’s ferociously fiercely competitive hotel industry.

New London hotels do not get more exciting than this. A five minute walk from Oxford Street in beautiful Mayfair, The Mandarin Oriental, Mayfair takes opulence to the next level. Hand painted wallpaper, red marble, gold and bronze accents compliment the famous 530 thread minimum sheets and sumptuous textiles in every suite. The Mandarin Oriental even sell a whole host of linens, throws, candles and even beds. So you can recreate your very own stylish sanctuary at home. The Mandarin Oriental, Mayfair boasts a 25 metre swimming pool, luxurious spa, fifty hotel rooms and suites, 75 private residences as well as an Akira Back restaurant and bar.

Akira Back, the much celebrated Korean Chef. He has almost twenty restaurants globally with more to come is finally coming to London. The Mandarin Oriental, Mayfair will house three Akira Back concepts. The restaurant is a triple height masterpiece in design. All day dining, serving bento boxes for lunch and sharing platers of an evening. The second eatery, named Dosa meaning “master” in Korean is the fine dining element of Akira Back’s offering. Korean dishes prepared with French techniques set to impress. The first Dosa opened in Seoul back in 2018 won Akira Back a Michelin star.

With a fantastic central location, stylish accommodation, a Michelin star chef and a heavenly spa The Mandarin Oriental, Mayfair is certainly one of the most impressive new London hotels of 2024.

Art’otel Hoxton, 1-3 Rivington Street, EC2A 3DT

The Art’otel Battersea was one of the most hotly anticipated new London hotels of 2023. This year the Art’otel is opening in Hoxton. Placing an importance on art and design along with a warm welcome this hotel is set to attract creatives.

Art’otel will host exhibitions in it’s very own gallery as well as a sixty seat audatorium. The location of this fresh and sleek hotel could not be better. After all, Art’otel Hoxton is on the same street that Tramshed once stood and housed Damien Hirst’s famous formaldehyde “cock and bull” cow. Whilst Tramshed closed it’s door a few years back, fear not because the Art’otel are known for great restaurants. Joia at Art’otel Battersea has become a destination itself. The Brush Cafe is a play on Europe’s grand cafes and the British greasy spoon. All day dining featuring everything from veal schnitzel to vanilla cream cakes with live music and plenty of cocktails.

Whether you find yourself at the Art’otel for work or pleasure you can make time to enjoy the indoor pool and spa. The state of the art gym (get it, Art’otel, state of the art?!) has a stunning view of the London skyline. The rooms are all sleek as one would expect; muted greys contrasting against pitch black furnishings jazzed up with Union Jack prints and cushions. Effortlessly cool rather than flamboyant but still makes one Art’otel Hoxton a fantastic addition to new London hotels.

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