The former Curtain hotel and members’ club in London’s Shoreditch will reopen as the Mondrian Shoreditch London this July, following “a major overhaul and complete redesign by London interior design studio Goddard Littlefair”.
As previously reported, the rebranding marks the return of Mondrian to the London hotel scene, following the debranding of the Sea Containers hotel on the South Bank in 2019.
Owned by The Reuben Brothers and operated by Accor and partner Sbe, the 120-room hotel features a rooftop pool, co-working space, and private venue and bar The Screening Room. The property’s existing Curtain Members’ Club will also re-open alongside the hotel.
Mondrian Shoreditch London will also feature Bibos tapas restaurant – the first UK eatery by Spanish Michelin-starred chef Dani Garcia – and other food and beverage venues will include all-day café and cocktail bar Christina’s Shoreditch, and Altitude Rooftop for breakfast.
Commenting on the news Sbe’s chief operating officer Chadi Farhat said:
“We are very proud to collaborate with Jamie Reuben and his family in bringing the iconic Mondrian brand back to London.
“The city has been and will continue to be a thriving hub for our lifestyle offerings, and myself and my team are excited to re-establish Mondrian as one of London’s most innovative destinations for lifestyle, hospitality, culinary and mixology experiences for locals and travellers alike.”
Mondrian Shoreditch London will be the brand’s sixth property worldwide, and is being billed as “a European flagship”.
Accor took a 50 per cent stake in SBE in 2018, and the two groups plan to expand the Mondrian brand, including properties in Bordeaux and Mondrian Cannes next year.
Forthcoming hotels in Australia, the Dominican Republic, Germany, the Maldives, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam are also “soon to be announced”.