Get ready luxury suckers a new glamorous hostel is landing on London’s South Bank.
No one needs a reason to visit London, but if you be to be looking for one, this new launch might seal the deal.
Sharp Hong Kong- grounded hospitality driver Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is set to open its third London hostel in 2028. Centred around the major road bends between the Tate Modern and Blackfriars station, the whopping 171- room property will boast broad views over St Paul’s Edifice and the Thames.
With easy access both to the City and the West End theatre and shopping sections, the hostel will offer the perfect base for both rest and business trippers
looking to soak up all the culture the capital has to offer.
Four caffs will open across the fourth and 19th bottoms of the structures, alongside a 25- metre pool, gym and fitness centre.
The hostel will be a family property to the five- star Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, which opened in 2000, and the Mandarin Oriental Mayfair, which is anticipated to eventually open this afterlife after a two- time detention.
The property will make up part of the wider Bankside Yards developments, a5.5 acre scheme set to point eight new structures including caffs, bars and artistic spaces, as well as further than 700 homes for trade and rent.
The design will also see 14 puritanical road bends restored and made intimately accessible for the first time in 150years.The private places will have access to the hostel’s installations, as well as a sky lobby chesterfield, private roof theater , and central London parking.
And the design has some enough lofty sustainability pretensions too, planning to be the UK’s first reactionary energy-free major mixed- use development.
” We’re agitated to advertise the development of Mandarin Oriental Bankside, London, which will be a significant addition to the Bankside Yards development and our third Mandarin Oriental property in London,” said James Riley, Group Chief Executive of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group.
” We look forward to working with our mates to produce a world- class hostel and ingrained places that will really come a corner destination in London’s South Bank.”