Head to the rooftop for a view of London rivaled only by the Eye.
Ray Eames, Josef Hoffman, Mies Van Der Rohe, and Eileen Gray under one roof. For many artists, designers, and architects, an audience with these legendary creators would cross off large sections of their bucket list.
Amongst Shoreditch's local galleries and hang outs, this converted Victorian warehouse has curated some of the most important movements in 20th-century design, and spread them out through 12 rooms, and five suites. Each is individually designed to showcase a particular designer or approach, and offers Ren products in the bathroom.
At street level, the Albion bakery churns out warm, fluffy bliss in the form of biscuits, croissants, cupcakes, and more. At turndown, look for a cake in your room ... sweet dreams, indeed. Downstairs, the hotel's restaurant expertly mixes classic British and French fare, resulting in a mouthwatering range of charcuterie, cheeses, wild game, meats, and a 500 bottle wine list (more of a novel, really).
Up on the roof, a matte black fireplace sends embers up into the night, as wildflowers subtly sway in the breeze. Order up savory items from a dedicated kitchen, or fuel your evenings' conversation and misadventure with one of a selection of house-mixed cocktail pitchers.