Hotel brand Hoxton has launched its latest property in south London.
The 192-room Hoxton, Southwark marks the group’s eighth opening.
Later this month the hotel will open an all-day restaurant called Albie and a rooftop seafood restaurant called Seabird.
Located in a 14-storey new-build property on the south side of Blackfriars Bridge, rooms will come in five categories. The hotel says all will have large Crittall-style windows with views of the city.
Interiors by Ennismore Design Studio will incorporate an industrial aesthetic, with concrete ceilings and bare brick walls, alongside more luxurious touches such as velvet ruby headboards and handmade glassware.
A free daily breakfast bag will be delivered to guests.
The lobby will contain an eclectic collection of seating including corners sofas, bar stools, and communal working tables.
The hotel plans to be a hub for local events, hosting talks, craft workshops, DJs, art exhibitions and pop-up shops.
The first Hoxton hotel opened in London’s Shoreditch neighbourhood in 2006, followed by Holborn in 2012.
It has since expanded to Paris, Amsterdam, New York, Portland, and Chicago. The Hoxton, Downtown LA will open later this year.