After eight years and a ￡500 million investment, The Londoner, the world’s first super boutique hotel, opens its doors in September 2021. A new landmark for Leicester Square, The Londoner is shaping the legacy of the West End, offering a luxury urban resort in the heart of the city’s film and entertainment district.
The latest project by Edwardian Hotels London, The Londoner is a feat of design, architecture and engineering. Sensitively integrated into this 50 x 50 metre plot the hotel is spread over 16 floors. The Londoner features 350 guest rooms, suites and a tower penthouse with panoramic views, two private screening rooms, a mix of six concept eateries - including bars and a magnificent copper clad tavern complete with microbrewery, alfresco dining on the ground floor and a contemporary Japanese lounge bar with a rooftop terrace and fire pit - plus an expansive ballroom suited for any occasion, a variety of meeting spaces including The Retreat for wellbeing. Every room and area throughout the hotel is curated with world class contemporary art.
Designed in collaboration with world-renowned architectural designers Yabu Pushelberg, and structural architects Woods Bagot, the opening of The Londoner marks a pivotal moment in the return and scale of global hospitality.
The Londoner, Leicester Square has a variety of striking bathrooms in each of its suites. The hotel uses materials and finishes of exceptional quality including hand crafted Japanese tiles in a sophisticated palette including striking blue (giving a passing nod to the exterior’s sculptural electric blue tiled fa?ade) whilst other bathrooms use marble and stone to maximum effect. Each lavish space combines contemporary interior design and offers the highest level of luxury with the latest technical innovations from TOTO, where luxury WASHLET? is featured in every single bathroom throughout the hotel, offering guests the ultimate in hygiene and comfort.
The Residence, a 24-hour guest-only member’s style club has a distinct interior, complete with murals and contemporary art, features a row of GL 2.0 WASHLET? offering a new standard of comfort and cleanliness. The dramatic emerald-colored space with complementary tonal green marble flooring and lacquer doors, designed for functionality as much as spectacle, can be found nestled on the Ground Mezzanine. Throughout The Londoner TOTO luxury WASHLET? are available in public areas for all visitors to the hotel to experience.
|Hotel Operator||Architect / Interior Designer||City||Opening Year|
|EDWARDIAN HOTELS||-||London, UK||2021|