The Ned, the eighth wonder of the world

must-go-to - five stars
The Ned, the eighth wonder of the world

The Ned, an eight-storey tower of Babel in the vicinity of St. Paul's Cathedral. Relaxation and leisure in a five-star hotel.

Since its opening, The Ned has had a lot of buzz. Nick Jones, founder of Soho House, made the most of the beautiful Midland Bank building. Constructed in 1920, it was designed by famous English architect Edwin Landseer Lutyens, Ned to his friends. The entrepreneur embarked on a challenge: establishing a high-flying hotel conceived as a miniature city within the 30,000 sqm available to him. The success of this ambitious project has once again proved the undeniable qualities of the English hotel owner.

Ten restaurants welcome you, to eat to your heart's content: from stuffed armchairs at the Lutyens Grill, to the pale pink banquettes of Millie's Lounge, explore a dizzying culinary universe.

For hotel guests: manicures, hairdressing, steam rooms, and massages are all available. While the streets of London are bustling beyond the hotel walls, time stands still inside.

The Ned
27 Poultry
London EC2R 8AJ

+44 (0)20 3828 2000

Rooms: from 300 GBP