Nobu Hotel London Portman Square has announced a November launch date.
The opening will see the group’s iconic Nobu Berkeley Street restaurant close after 15 years and move into the Portman Square property.
The hotel will also feature 249 bedrooms and suites, a bar and outdoor terrace, a 600-person ballroom, gym, wellness facilities and meeting spaces, all beautifully conceptualised by London-based architecture and interior design firm David Collins Studio with Make Architects.
Utilising a refined colour palette, the public spaces will take their inspiration from Japanese architectural disciplines and minimalist design. The bedrooms, split into seven categories with the top tier including the One Bedroom Suite and The Nobu Penthouse, will follow a similar design, complemented by moments of bold artistic expression.
Nobu Hotel London Portman Square will join Nobu Hotel Shoreditch which opened in 2017.