The new Nobu Hotel Shoreditch in London features an iconic Asian Influence that was paired with contemporary design.
Nobu is extremely known for its high-end restaurants and outstanding views, having a long tradition of effortless luxury. And of course the newest Nobu Hotel Shoreditch in London couldn’t be an exception.
The brand’s first London hotel opened on July 1 was designed by Ron Arad Architects and Ben Adams Architects, featuring a contemporary aesthetic which was paired with the brand’s iconic Asian Influence.
In the lobby of the 143-room property, guests are greeted by a dark wood and gold color scheme, with lush greenery and water features acting as just a taste of what they’ll encounter in the hotel’s public garden.
The interiors, designed by Studio Mica, also embody the Asian flair of the restaurant’s world-renowned cuisine. The rooms feature Japanese tea sets and shoji screens, fitting into their overall East-meets-West philosophy.
Neutral palettes in the guest rooms are made to feel even more modern with exposed concrete ceilings. The space is warmed up with plush gray carpeting, glowing pendant lights strung across the ceiling, and unexpected hints of gold throughout.
In the suites, freestanding bathtubs and balconies with meditative wind chimes extend the calming theme. Premium rooms offer additional seating with grey love seats, and studios feature a full-on couch and dinning table for two. Gold sinks pop in the all-white bathrooms.
A Nobu hotel wouldn’t be complete without a top of the line restaurant. This is Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s third restaurant in the city, serving up his signature dishes, like black cod miso and yellowtail sashimi with jalapeño. You can also order some of the delicious Japanese dishes to your room and eat in bed.
The 240-seat space was designed by Studio PCH complete with a grand staircase and glass doors leading to the four-level Nobu terrace. From the terrace guests and diners can peer into the 18-seat open kitchen. There is also a 10-seat sushi bar and lobby bar serving vintage sakes, limited-edition Japanese whiskies, and rare Champagnes.
Tour the rest of the hotel below.
Source: Elle Decor