With Hotels being the theme for the month of November, Design Insider are looking at the New Hotel. We have hand selected five hotels we are excited about, throughout the UK!
These upcoming hotels give you the perfect mix of history and modernism: The Hard Rock Hotel draws on the legacy of the guests who stayed here in decades past, and as an inspiration to those who are yet to write their own story; The Caer Rhun Hall in North Wales is a beautiful retreat steeped in history; The Vintry & Mercer transporting you back to the 1920s New York, whilst looking to the historic trading guild of London; The Qbic Manchester hosting rooms made from recycled materials; and the AccorHotel in Liverpool, with a rich history of previous hotels in throughout the UK .
Hard Rock Hotel, London
Next spring, on the corner of Oxford Street and Park Lane, the doors to the Hard Rock Hotel will open. Destined to be a haven for music lovers, this 1,000-room hotel will boast two vibrant bars, plus a Hard Rock Café set to serve American cooking with a British twist. [Credit: Standard]
Caer Rhun Hall, North Wales
Although opened in 2018, this Victorian mansion is receiving an extensive refurbishment to be completed by the end of 2019, with a room growth to 76. Caer Rhun Hall is located in the heart of the Conwy Valley on 20 acres of lush parkland, making it perfect for avid walkers and cyclists. [Credit: Standard]
Vintry & Mercer, London
The capital’s newest luxury boutique hotel is nestled in the heart of London. 92 bespoke rooms and suites draw interior inspiration from historic trading guilds. Head to Do Not Disturb, the hotel’s basement bar oozing with retro glamour and vintage cocktails to transport you back to 1920’s New York. [Credit: Standard]
Modular budget hotel concept Qbic is set to open in Manchester. It is understood that work has begun on converting John Dalton House in Manchester, a former office block, into a 261-bedroom Qbic hotel, due to complete in February next year. [Credit: The Caterer]
AccorHotels are selected to open a Novotel hotel and aparthotel in Liverpool City Council’s Paddington Village scheme. The development, which includes a 160-bedroom Novotel and 60-bedroom upscale aparthotel, will be operated by Legacy Hotels & Resorts. [Credit: The Caterer]
What hotel projects are you looking forward to in 2019? Do you have any hotel projects that are opening in the new year that you are proud of? The Design Insider team would love to hear from you!