One Hundred Shoreditch, the second London property from Lore Group has announced it is now taking bookings ahead of opening in February 2022.
With 258 stylish rooms, the property claims to offer the largest choice of restaurants and bars within one hotel in the area, including three bars, a restaurant, a coffee shop using local roasters Ozone Coffee, and a take-out hatch ensuring that there’s something for everyone at any time of day or night.
Inspired by England’s fishing villages and coastal towns, Goddard & Gibbs will be a casual, all-day restaurant specialising in British seafood with a focus on ethical sourcing and local suppliers, while the Wine Bar will be an easy space to wind down or enjoy a glass with friends.
The Rooftop at One Hundred Shoreditch will offer panoramic views of East London, alongside a menu of Champagnes, sparkling wines, cocktails and spritzes. Pink marble accents and lush foliage come together to create a space that feels like a private garden in the heart of Shoreditch, which can be privately booked for events.
The Lobby Bar will act as the hotel’s living room – a comfortable space serving a selection of drinks and cocktails alongside Neapolitan pizzas. In the basement, drinks visionary Ryan “Mr Lyan” Chetiyawardana will open Seed Library – a laid-back bar.
One Hundred Shoreditch will also be home to five meetings and events spaces suitable for everything from private dining and receptions to meetings and weddings. The largest room, surrounded by floor to ceiling glass, offers views of the London city skyline.
As part of the hotel’s ongoing commitment to the local community, One Hundred Shoreditch has partnered with two charities: Spitalfields Crypt Trust – an East London charity focused on helping people facing homelessness and addiction transform their lives; and REFUGE – a charity providing specialist support to those experiencing domestic violence and abuse.
One Hundred Shoreditch sits within the building once home to Ace Hotel London Shoreditch. It will be Lore Group’s second London property – the group also owns and manages Sea Containers London.