Located in former Midland Bank building at 27 Poultry, in the district of Bank, the Ned will turn the Sir Edwin “Ned” Lutyens-designed building into a destination for sleeping, entertaining and working.
Created in collaboration with New York developer the Sydell Group, there will be nine restaurants, a hotel with 252 bedrooms, a nail parlour and barbershop, event space and private members’ club the Ned, which will be independent from the Soho House portfolio of clubs. In total, the project will encompass almost 30,000 sqm.
Small, medium and large rooms will be fitted out in vintage furniture, floral wallpaper, chandeliers, richly patterned upholstery and four-poster beds, while bathrooms will all have rainshowers.
Guests staying at the Ned hotel will have temporary access to the 2,400 sqm Ned’s Club, which will occupy both the roof (Upstairs) and basement (Downstairs) areas.
The original grand banking hall, with 92 verdite marble columns, will serve food from around the world across seven additional restaurants.
Cecconi’s City of London (its sister restaurant Cecconi’s is in Mayfair) will dish up handmade Italian pasta and pizza, while Pen Yes will specialise in Japanese sashimi, tataki ramen, sake and robata dishes.
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