Iconic Japanese restaurant Nobu provides a touch of high-end luxury to east London. The concrete building by local architecture practice Ben Adams features a distinctive fragmented façade, a sunken restaurant and bar and a public pocket park. Inside, the concrete is softened by a palette of bamboo, timber, bronze glass and textiles.
An early 1900s building restored to its former Art Deco glory
Resembles an eccentric private home with period furnishings and a fireplace
Classic pub with six elegant rooms, some with roll-top copper baths
Self-described arts hotel with discounted rates for creatives
Mindfully designed for modern travellers