Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has announced it will open its third hotel in the UK capital in 2028 situated on London’s South Bank.
With views over St Paul’s Cathedral, Mandarin Oriental Bankside, London will be part of the larger Bankside Yards development, which serves to reconnect the space between the Tate Modern and Blackfriars Station and is centred around the historic railway arches that run through the heart of the site.
The development will comprise a contemporary standalone building, expected to have 171 rooms and 70 branded Residences at Mandarin Oriental.
The hotel will offer wellness and fitness facilities including Spa at Mandarin Oriental, providing signature wellness therapies and beauty treatments, a 25m lap pool, and a spacious fitness centre.
It will also feature distinct culinary outlets, located on the first floor and the 19th floor of the building, with views across the city. Dedicated events spaces include adaptable function and meeting rooms, with pre-function space, an outdoor terrace and an activity space.
In line with the brand’s continuous commitment to sustainability, the property will benefit from the wider Bankside Yards development plan to be the UK’s first operationally fossil fuel-free major mixed-use development.
The luxury hotel group has an existing property in Knightsbridge – Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park – and is set to open its second hotel in the English capital this summer, located on Hanover Square in Mayfair.