Malmaison is to relaunch its London property next month following a refurbishment that will see the hotel offer a New York-style steak restaurant and feature lounge bar.
The chain says the property will bring “a slice of New York to Farringdon” with a new urban room design and a “risque” restaurant.
The hotel’s basement restaurant, Strip Bar & Steak, will specialise in Black Angus Prime grade beef and will incorporate Las Vegas themes. Guests will be led into the restaurant by neon lights and daily specials will be advertised on a model of the classic Nevada Stardust Casino sign. Strip Bar has a private dining room for up to 14 people.
Murals throughout the hotel are by street artist Xenz, while on the ground floor there will be a lounge bar offering all day dining and a more relaxed drinking area.
The hotel’s 97 rooms, including two suites, have been redesigned featuring stripped wooden floorboards, feature wallpapers and exposed brick and concrete. Beds have been designed specifically for the hotel and rooms feature the latest technology including smart screen TVs and mini bars with provisions from north London chocolatiers The Grown Up Chocolate Company.
Advertised room rates are from £200 per night.