The Telegraph says: This alluring addition to an increasingly chic part of London is almost as much gallery as hotel – with pieces of modern art on its walls, and even a studio where local painters and sculptors can be seen at work. But guests can also eat and sleep well in a hideaway that, for all its style, does not forget the basics. read more
Wallpaper says: Taking up residence inside architect Ian Simpson’s One Blackfriars building in London’s Southwark, Bankside Hotel is a well-appointed bolthole in one of the city’s most buzzing enclaves. Interiors, by Dayna Lee of Los Angeles design agency Powerstrip Studio, feature midcentury-style bespoke furnishings, standout pieces like the leather and metal rocking horse by Italy and Singapore-based outfit Lanzavecchia + Wai, and artworks by British craftspeople that reference the locality. read more
Conde Nast Traveller says: The Bankside Hotel is part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection but is independently owned, and sets out to be a hotel inspired by its terroir. And so there are Bermondsey ales and gins in the bar, and a lovely ceramic mural running along one wall of the restaurant with storybook scenes of riverside history – Viking boats, fishing and fire. read more





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