The hotly anticipated art’otel London Battersea Power Station has announced it will open its doors on 12 December, with an official launch planned for February.
The 164-bedroom hotel is located within Battersea Roof Gardens, a new building designed by Foster + Partners, that forms a key part of the new Electric Boulevard: a collection of buildings comprising homes, offices and a new pedestrianised high street which sits to the south of the iconic Power Station.
Designed by art’otel’s award-winning Signature Artist Jaime Hayon, the hotels interiors will feature a ‘bold, colourful and playful aesthetic style’ inspired by the Power Station’s history and heritage and original art displayed from Hayon.
With its heated infinity pool and hot tub, art’otel’s rooftop bar will offer jaw-dropping views of the Power Station and beyond from the 16th floor, the perfect spot to watch the sunrise over the city, soak up the rays or sip on a cocktail as the sun goes down.
TOZI Grand Cafe will serve up menus of Venetian cicchetti, antipasti afternoon teas and delicious brunches from December, with skyline restaurant JOIA by Michelin starred chef Henrique Sá Pessoa opening on 21 February.
The restaurant will showcase his vibrant, unique, and fresh take on traditional plates using the best of British and Iberian produce. It will also offer a unique cocktail menu for guests to enjoy whilst soaking up views of the Power Station and London’s skyline from 14 floors up.
The hotel will also offer six meeting and event spaces across two floors, accommodating up to 250 guests.
The first UK opening for the brand, art’otel London Battersea Power Station will be joined by art’otel London Hoxton in early 2024.
One of London’s hottest new neighbourhoods, the iconic Grade II* listed Battersea Power Station officially opened to the public in October.
The legendary London landmark and surrounding area has been brought back to life as an exciting and innovative mixed-use neighbourhood, featuring shops, bars, restaurants, entertainment and event venues, parks and historical spaces.