It’s the first rule of Wonder List…. MORE MORE MORE. The hotel business really does seem to be peaking in London at the moment. The Wonder List now has more news of the opening of the Portman Sq Nobu hotel. Founded by Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro and Meir Teper, it’s their second London hotel (along with two other restaurants), after the first opened in Shoreditch.
Nobu is going West! Which is Nobu’s home territory – and setting up in Portman Square in Marylebone just by Selfridges, taking over the old Radisson Blu.
Its going to be a beautiful big hotel at 239 rooms, David Collins Studio, is in charge of the look and feel inside, and that there will (of course) be a Nobu restaurant inside and also a ballroom for private events.
This is what we know so far and we can’t wait to hear more details and of course we will be passing this straight on to our Wonder List Members so you can book through the app and get the first glance!
Nobu Hotel is set in Portman Square W1, right in the heart of London’s West End, steps away from Marylebone’s independent boutiques, next to the world’s most prestigious shopping district of Oxford Street and Regent Street, and on the edge of Mayfair’s vibrant restaurants and bars, and Soho’s world-famous theatres.
ROOMS & SUITES
The rooms and suites at Nobu Hotel London Portman Square range from cosy, modern rooms, perfect for an overnight stay in the city, to palatial suites with views over London and spacious living areas. Each bedroom takes its cues from the traditional garden within the adjacent Portman Square, drawing on the natural materials, textures and sense of peace found within this hushed urban oasis and the buildings around it.
The foundation of Nobu Hotels is deeply rooted in creating memories around the pure enjoyment of exceptional food. Pioneered by Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, the iconic Nobu menu is influenced by his years of studying Japanese cuisine in Tokyo and his extensive travels. The diverse celebration of flavours formed Nobu’s trademark ‘Nobu Style’, which is intrinsic to all Nobu menus worldwide.
Opening Spring 2020