UK: Luxury hotel group Mandarin Oriental has revealed its third London location in South Bank will open in 2028.
Mandarin Oriental Bankside will be developed by an international real estate consortium including Hotel Properties Limited, Native Land Limited and Amcorp Properties Berhad. When complete, it will form part of the larger Bankside Yards scheme, which aims to be the UK’s first operationally fossil fuel-free, mixed-use project.
The hotel will offer 171 guest rooms and 70 branded residences, four dining venues on the first and nineteenth floors, wellness and fitness facilities including a spa with a pool, and meetings and events space.
In addition to the hotel’s amenities, the residences will offer a sky lobby lounge, private roof garden and parking.
“We are excited to announce the development of Mandarin Oriental Bankside, London, which will be a significant addition to the Bankside Yards development and our third Mandarin Oriental property in London,” said James Riley, group chief executive of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group. “We look forward to working with our partners to create a world-class hotel and branded residences that will undoubtedly become a landmark destination in London’s South Bank.”
Alasdair Nicholls, chief executive of Native Land, added: “Bankside Yards is a best-in-class mixed-use destination, devised by Native Land and its partners in the most central riverside location in London. The arrival of a Mandarin Oriental hotel and branded residences will be one of the most important elements in our intention to offer the very best amenities side-by-side with world-class cultural institutions, top-tier businesses and a rich and varied community. Such a respected global hospitality brand will positively impact not only the Bankside Yards development itself, but also the wider Bankside and South Bank area.”
Native Land is a property development and investment company which focuses on mixed-use, residential and commercial developments in central London and selected towns and cities across the UK.