Hard Rock Hotel London today reveals an exclusive first look inside the new hotel, ahead of opening its doors in spring 2019.
Drawing on the legacy of the greats who stayed here in decades past – and an inspiration to those who are yet to write their own story – the Hard Rock Hotel London will stand alone as a haven for music lovers and cultural explorers everywhere.
Designed by the award-winning architectural and interior design practice, Scott Brownrigg, and catering to the needs of both business and leisure travellers, Hard Rock Hotel London will boast around 1,000 stylish rooms and suites, together with two vibrant bars and a lively Hard Rock Cafe.
In the lobby, the world famous Rock Shop® will feature Hard Rock’s iconic merchandise.
Guests seeking the ultimate experience will have the opportunity to elevate their status and become Rock Royalty®. Taking the London experience to another level, luxurious Rock Royalty rooms and suites offer extra perks including a personal concierge and access to a lavish Lounge.
Built on the corner of Oxford Street and Park Lane, the hotel will feature an incredible memorabilia collection – and Hard Rock Hotel London will pay tribute to former residents such as Jimi Hendrix, Diana Ross, Bob Dylan, Stevie Wonder and Madonna along with the crème de la crème of contemporary artists.
Set to be the ultimate urban hang-out, visitors will experience a true taste of London, boasting a menu filled with new and exciting cocktail creations and fresh, handmade, classic American cooking served with a modern British twist.
With 370 seats, the hotel’s Hard Rock Cafe will combine an elevated food and drink offering with live events, celebrating both local London and international talent.
Oliver Kahf, general manager of Hard Rock Hotel London, said: “Hard Rock is a world-class institution where contemporary style and comfort meets rock star service. This building has stood at the intersection of British music and fashion since the 1930s and when we open in spring 2019, it’s sure to become a go-to London hotspot once again.”