The new hotel will feature a Nobu Restaurant, bar and outdoor terrace, plus a 600-person ballroom, gym, wellness facilities and meeting spaces.
The property will apply a “contemporary approach” to both aesthetics and hospitality, taking inspiration from Japanese architectural disciplines and minimalist design, whilst utilising a “refined colour palette” influenced by heritage Japanese colour combinations.
David Collins Studio is responsible for designing the hotel’s common spaces, including the lobby, lobby lounge, Nobu Bar and Restaurant, outdoor terrace, ballroom and boardrooms.
Rooms and suites by Make Architects are primarily influenced by Japanese minimalist aesthetic and complemented by “moments of bold artistic expression”.
A statement by the hotel read: “Nobu Hotel London Portman Square will see the iconic Nobu Berkeley Street restaurant move to its new home in Marylebone. Continuing a 15-year legacy of exceptional culinary experiences, the Nobu Restaurant at Nobu Hotel London Portman Square will bring the flagship’s signature handcrafted approach to cuisine and service into a brand new space.
“Additional hotel facilities include a 600-person ballroom, five meeting spaces, a state-of-the-art gym and wellness facilities.”