The Nobu Hotel Shoreditch is the first London hotel and third restaurant of the Nobu brand. Nobu is known for its high-end restaurants and for its long standing tradition of effortless luxury and their new hotel is another example of their fantastic hospitality design work. The Nobu’s venues turn always into inevitable celebrity sightings and this adds value to the brand. BRABBU Blog has prepared a mini tour through this amazing hotel.
The Nobu’s new hotel is located in the artist quarter of London. Designed by Ron Arad Architects and Ben Adams Architects, the hotel opened on July 1st with a contemporary aesthetic hotel interior design paired with the brand’s iconic Asian influence.
Nobu Hotel Shoreditch has 143 rooms subdivided in Deluxe Room, Executive Room, Premium Room, Studio Suite, Utage Suite, Hikari Suite, Miyabi Suite and The Nobu Suite. Besides the Nobu Restaurant, the hotel provides 24-hour Nobu Restaurant In-Room Dining service, Outdoor courtyard with terraces and is also Pet-friendly which makes it one of the best hotels in London.
Its modern interior design lobby is characterised by a dark wood and gold colour scheme, with lush greenery and water features that give a taste of what guests will encounter in the hotel’s public garden.
Studio Mica was responsible for designing the hotel interiors and the final result also embodies the asian flair of the Nobu brand with design furniture added.
As a hotel of one of the best places to eat sushi, it is almost mandatory to have a Nobu restaurant. The restaurant of the hotel is the Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s third restaurant in London, serving up his signature dishes, like black cod miso and yellowtail sashimi with jalapeño.
The restaurant has a total capacity of 240 people and was designed by Studio PCH. This is obviously a stunning and very complete facility of the hotel, were it not for the fact that is a food brand. Through a grand staircase and glass doors, guests and diners can go to the four-level Nobu terrace and peer into the 18-seat open kitchen. There you can also find a 10-seat sushi bar and lobby bar serving vintage sakes, limited-edition Japanese whiskies, and rare Champagnes.
All the room type have exposed concrete ceilings combined with neutral colours that bring a modern atmosphere to the room. The use of grey rugs and carpeting, grey and black contract furniture and upholstery, pendant lights and goldish details make the room warmer.
Regarding their overall East-meets-West philosophy, each room features a Japanese tea set and shoji screens.
Although these are the guest rooms of the hotel, the group wants to enhance the brand identity and so you will always feel the ambience of the restaurant’s world-renowned cuisine.
The bathrooms also had the attention of the hospitality design, especially in the suites, that have an astonishing gold sink and pipeline that contrasts with all-white space. There are also freestanding bathtubs and balconies with meditative wind chimes extend the calming theme.
At the Premium Rooms, you will find an additional seating area with grey seats and Studios feature a full-on couch and dining table for two.
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