“Dreamed up by Soho House founder Nick Jones, The Ned has nine restaurants, 15 bars, a spa, two pools and a members’ club. The imposing hulk of a building used to be the headquarters of the Midland Bank.”
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The Grade I-listed building was designed by Sir Edwin ‘Ned’ Lutyens in 1924. Each bedroom at The Ned features elements of design specific to the 1920’s and 1930’s and includes vintage pieces, richly patterned furnishings and rainforest showers.
The former Grand Banking Hall is host to eight restaurants which serve a wide range of cuisines, from Britain to Northern Italy, North America to Asia.
Six private hire rooms and two terraces are at guests’ disposal and are among the building’s most elegant spaces. They all benefit from natural light, period features and have a dedicated reception area.
At a surcharge and subject to availability. guests have access to Ned’s Club Relax with a 20 m indoor pool, a sauna, steam room and Moroccan hammam, along with Ned’s Club Active’s 620 square metre gym, three exercise studios and boxing gym.
The property is within a short walk from St. Paul’s Cathedral and within 15 minutes from Oxford Street and the West End, by tube. Bank Station also offers a direct DLR connection to London City Airport, which can be reached in 30 minutes.
City of London is a great choice for travellers interested in city trips, city walksand history.