The Hoxton has reopened its Holborn property following works to public areas and the addition of nearly 50 rooms.
New features include a “brighter and larger lobby”, with “eclectically-sourced furniture in lively tones reflecting the hustle and bustle of the neighbourhood, and a stunning statement mural by local artist, Laura Wickstead”.
There is a new standalone coffee bar, as well as new restaurant and wine bar Rondo which offers “bold British dishes with seasonal ingredients, and an extensive wine list featuring some of Europe’s most exciting winemakers”.
A total of 46 rooms have been added, bringing the hotel’s portfolio to 220 rooms, and two new categories – Cosy Up and Biggy have been added.
The property’s meeting and events space (known as The Apartment) has been redesigned, with Hoxton describing it as follows:
“Taking inspiration from the disco chic days of the 1970s, the space features bold prints, velvet textures, crazy paving floor, brass fixtures, pink metro tiles, and a jaw-dropping terrazzo bar in the pantry kitchen that’s sure to wow any guest.
“Larger and more versatile than before, the redesigned Apartment now features seven rooms, each available to hire individually for everything from brainstorming days to private dinners and intimate gatherings, or the whole space can be hired exclusively to accommodate 220 standing (when restrictions allow!) — a brilliant new option for weddings, parties, and evening receptions.”
The Hoxton Holborn opened in 2014 as the second of the group’s hotels (joining the original Hoxton Shoreditch). Business Traveller reviewed the property back in 2015.
A Rome property had originally been set to open this autumn, but will now follow in early 2021.