As one of the most exciting boutique hotels in East London, the swish and stylish Boundary is a place truly fitting its trendy location. It’s a celebration of great design—in cool surroundings.
Locaded in the hip and vibrant Shoreditch quarter, Boundary calls itself “Restaurant, Rooms & Rooftop”—but it is more than that.
Converted from a late Victorian warehouse, the hotel contains three contemporary restaurants and bars, individually designed guest rooms, a bakery and a food store.
Artwork, photography & murals of over 50 artist fashionably compliment the 120-year-old building, whilst a theme of simple clean lines with a quirky twist follows throughout the hotel.
The elegant design of rooms of his small and intimate boutique hotel pay homage to some of the legendary designers or design movements—so there is the room inspired by Le Corbusier, Josef Hoffman, Andree Putman, Bahaus, Charles & Ray Eames and Mies Van Der Rohe. Many bespoke pieces of furniture were created for the hotel too.
Great food, great location
The English and French cuisine served at the hotel’s main restaurant is an art in itself, while the rooftop grill-restaurant and bar with its open fireplace is set in the midst of a dramatic garden with panoramic views over London.
On the ground floor, you’ll find the trendy Albion bakery and street café (and a little food store) serving British classics such as shepherd’s pie and fish’n’chips.
There is plenty of action not too far away. The Shoreditch quarter is packed full of young trendies, it boasts great bars, cafes and weekend markets. This is where London’s hip and happening artists, musicians and designers live, work and play.
The Boundary Hotel in London is a member of Design Hotels™.