The Ned London

East End Edwardian

fromUSD $408*night
Includes all taxes & fees
worth over
  • Daily breakfast for up to two guests per bedroom ($35 USD per person, per day as a credit to be used in restaurants. Room service extra fees may apply)
  • $100 USD equivalent Resort or Hotel credit to be utilized during stay (not combinable, not valid on room rate, no cash value if not redeemed in full)
  • Room upgrade on arrival, if available
  • Early check-in based on availability
  • Late check-out based on availability
  • Wi-Fi
  • Suite bookings receive a complimentary Bottle of Champagne
*Based on a 2 night stay, from Wed, Aug 9 to Fri, Aug 11. Perks may not apply to this rate. view this rate

The City, London

The Ned London

East End Edwardian

What it is

Buzzy newcomer with a Roaring Twenties vibe.

What it isn't

A small boutique property—with 252 rooms, 9 restaurants and a resort’s worth of facilities, this is a lifestyle hotel writ large.

What we think

A historic bank turned hotel in the City of London, the Ned is a brilliant reimagining of Edwardian-era loucheness and a refreshing departure from the minimalist trend. The name is a tribute to the building’s architect, the great Edwin Lutyens (most famous for planning New Delhi) and is a nod to 1920s style, with paisley print headboards, silk tasseled lampshades and floral wallpaper throughout. The lobby, the former banking hall, is marked by a forest of 92 African verdite columns; the basement cocktail bar is lined with more than 3,000 silver safety deposit boxes. The hotel is a collaboration between London’s Soho House and Sydell Group (whose personality-driven properties include the NoMad in New York and the Line in Los Angeles), and comes with a host of enticements: 12 different venues for eating and/or drinking, two pools, a performance space, hammam, boxing gym, spa, barbershop and separate salons for hair and nails. Rooms start small—cozy Crashpads are designed for just that, with special rates if you’re under 30—but our favorites may be the Heritage rooms, on the landmarked fifth floor, with French walnut wall panelling and marble fireplaces designed by Lutyens himself. Don’t miss the rooftop pool, which looks like it’s a lap’s-length to the dome of St. Paul’s Cathedral.

You're here because

“When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life”—and the Ned is the center of the action right now.

The Moment

You saunter past the 20-ton vault door to Ned’s Club Downstairs, where a live blues band resound in the belly of the room, and the candlelit glint of silvery deposit boxes illuminates the faces of London’s beau monde.

Restaurants & Bars

Cecconi’s - All day Venetian brasserie serving northern Italian cuisine in the verdite-pillared first floor

Millie’s Lounge - A 24-hour restaurant and bar serving British classics

The Nickel Bar - A casual menu of American staples and a wide array of whiskeys in a casual yet ornate setting

Zobler’s Delicatessen - A New Yawk style deli, serving up a selection of N.Y. classics

Kaia - Asian-Pacific-inspired restaurant specialising in healthy food

Malibu Kitchen - Californian delicacies in the heart of London

Cafe Sou - Parisian-style cafe serving breakfast, lunch and dinner

Lutyens Grill - a steakhouse for Ned members and hotel guests, set in the wood panelling of the old bank manager’s office

Ned’s Club Upstairs - heated pool and two bars overlooking London’s skyline

Ned’s Club Downstairs - People-watching galore in the belly of the building: the Midland Bank’s old vault


The City of London, great for business travelers but also convenient for those bent on exploring the edgy restaurants, bars and shops of East London. The Thames and St. Paul’s are a ten-minute walk.

27 Poultry
London, EC2R 8AJ
United Kingdom