Threadneedles

London, United Kingdom

Hotel chosen for:
Open Collection Principles

The Unique Design

Hotels with a thoughtfulness and dedicated purpose to their design

The Place

Connected to its surroundings, this hotel is woven into the fabric of its locale

Victorian Grandeur


Stock is high in Threadneedles, a former Victorian bank in the epicenter of the city of London’s square mile that’s crowned by a soaring, hand-painted stained-glass dome.

Other period features include marble floors, walnut walls, and a spiral staircase at the rear of the lobby, while rooms are decidedly rich in modern conveniences and homey furnishings, like cord-upholstered armchairs in burnt umbers or lively violet florals. Deals are done at Marco Pierre White’s Wheeler’s of St. James’s Oyster Bar & Grill Room, where the old banking counter forms the long bar. The Tower of London and the Brittish Museum are both located within walking distance, and with the nearest Tube station just three blocks away, all of London lies in wait.

5 Threadneedle Street, London, United Kingdom