New Hotels In London In September 2021
As the Covid-19 pandemic is expected to be announced as endemic, and we’re forced to accept the situation in our daily lives, there’s no denying that many of us are antsy to start travelling again. On the flip side, we know that many hotels and establishments are eager to accept guests and patrons again. This can be seen in the number of new hotels in London opening in September, alongside pre-existing ones also reopening. Here are some we have excitedly shortlisted should we be able to travel to London soon.
Pan Pacific London
Just the name Pan Pacific conjures images of luxury, tranquility and the ultimate in comfort. However, Pan Pacific London has something more going for it in its winning location: Liverpool street. Not very far away from excellent shopping experiences in Spitalfields, Barbican, and Shoreditch, you’ll come back from a day of shopping, sightseeing and perhaps business meetings to well-appointed rooms designed to evoke feelings of peace and calm with its relaxing colour palettes.
Opening offer room rates start from £325 per room per night, do visit www.panpacificlondon.com for more information and for reservations.
What could be more London than The Londoner? Described as a first-of-its-kind boutique hotel, the new establishment officially opened its doors on 6 September. Located in Leicester Square, the hotel has 350 rooms across 16 stories as well as a subterranean series of spaces.
Not just London in name, the hotel aims to give guests the perfect London experience with its luxury urban resort feel, an entire floor dedicated to wellness, its private art gallery, signature Mediterranean restaurant, Japanese lounge bar with rooftop terrace and fire pit, and neighbourhood bar, Joshua’s Tavern.
Check out rooms – starting at £488 per room per night, and reservations at www.thelondoner.com.
Opened earlier in May 2021, Kingsland Locke welcomes you to a real London adventure in Dalston, in East London. Just 6.4km away from Charring Cross junction in central London, this hip aparthotel is close enough to all the action but in a charming location all its own.
At the hotel itself, you can enjoy sights or usage of the hotel’s onsite micro-brewery and gin distillery, all-day restaurant, complimentary co-working space, workout studio, and coffee shop.
Outside, you’ll be able to enjoy the sights and sounds of Broadway Market, Columbia Road Flower Market and Dalston Curve Garden, among others. If you have special diet requirements, it’s possible to buy foodstuff (including Halal meat) at Broadway market to bring back to your room to cook at the kitchenette complete with cooking hob, microwave oven and kitchenware!
More on bookings and Kingsland Locke at www.lockeliving.com. Rooms start from £59 per room per night for its unique (but often sold out) underground studio.
Want to explore more of London? Find out where model Fran Summers most loves to visit when she’s back in London. Where would you be headed to once it’s safe to travel to London for leisure again? Do you prefer hip budget hotels or is it luxury all the way for you? Which hotels in London would you stay at? Let us know in the comments!
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