UK: Independent luxury hotel Broadwick Soho located in London’s West End is due to open its doors in November this year.
The 57-room hotel, including nine suites and a penthouse, has been designed by Martin Brudnizki. Throughout the property a collection of artworks from Francis Bacon, Bridget Riley, Andy Warhol and William Turnbull will be on display, including the hotel’s five F&B venues.
Dear Jackie, the main restaurant located on the lower-ground, will open for dinner and will serve an Italian menu. Bar Jackie is the property’s all-day street level bar and terrace. Up on the rooftop, bar and dining terrace Flute will feature cocktails alongside a lunch and dinner menu.
The Nook is a residents-only ground floor lounge with a fireplace and vinyl player. Situated on the eighth-floor of the property, The Dining Room is a private dining area with capacity up to 24 on one table.
All 57 rooms will feature bespoke furniture including custom-designed beds. Bathrooms will be stocked with Ortigia products and some suites will provide free-standing bathtubs.
Owned by Noel Hayden, Broadwick Soho has been created by friends Jo Ringestad (managing director), Joshua Gardner (executive director), Andrea Gelardin (creative director) and Jamie Poulton (non-executive director). General manager David Monson will oversee the day-to-day of the hotel.