NoMad London opening December

UK: The first NoMad hotel in Europe will be located in Covent Garden in the former Bow Street Magistrates Court, and is scheduled to open in December. New York-based hospitality group, Sydell Group, founded by Andrew Zobler who opened The Ned, is behind the new property. The hotel has been

NoMad Hotels opens first international location

NoMad Hotels to open first international property in London

UK: New York-based hospitality company Sydell Group will open NoMad London on May 25 2021.  The Sydell Group, founded by Andrew Zobler, has now opened two properties in London – the other being The Ned. In order to launch NoMad London, the group partnered with Doha based investment firm BTC. 


Sydell Group to open first European NoMad hotel in London

UK: The European NoMad hotel will open in summer 2020 at the former Bow Street Magistrates Court in London. The NoMad London will mark the brand’s first site outside the US. Led by Sydell Group, which developed The Ned in partnership with Soho House Group, the Grade II 19th century


London’s Boundary House sold to hoteliers

UK: Boundary House on Jewry Street has been acquired for approximately £31m by Austrian hoteliers, Rudolf and Christian Ploberger from GR Properties UK Limited. Gerard Nolan & Partners sourced the property as a potential mixed-use development comprising a 300-bedroom hotel with serviced offices. The development will appeal to workers in


Spacemize launches coworking spaces in London hotels

UK: An online platform which will transform London restaurants and hotels into workspaces during the day is launching this month. The new coworking spaces  offer digital nomads a low-cost alternative to co-working and workspace across seven London venues. The platform bridges the gap between the hospitality and workspace sectors and

Hotels outsource food beverage

Should hotels outsource their food and beverage offering?

When the Independent Hotel Show returns to Olympia London on 16-17 October, BHN editor – hospitality Eloise Hanson will be taking to the stage with four esteemed panellists to discuss a question many in the hotel sector are debating: where does the value lie in hotel F&B?