Planning a trip to London? Treat yourself to a luxury experience filled with fine dining at Nobu Hotel Shoreditch. Encompassing Nobu’s signature “east-meets-west” philosophy, as well as the artistic and industrial vibe of Shoreditch, the hotel boasts 141 guest rooms, seven suites, and London’s newest Nobu restaurant.

With a distinct design and modern façade, Nobu Hotel Shoreditch is the result of the collective efforts of Ben Adams Architects, Ron Arad Architects, and interior designers, Studio Mica. Overhanging floor slabs and cantilevered steel beams form a frayed edge to the east, and a beautifully manicured garden is terraced to provide the restaurant space with natural light. Keeping its locals in mind, the hotel will also be opening its pocket garden to create a public space, offering East Londoners an oasis amid the bustling city.

Guests staying at Nobu Hotel Shoreditch will find their rooms to be a refined haven of relaxed sophistication, blending classic design with contemporary functionality. Immaculate white bathrooms feature a walk-in rain shower and glistening custom gold washbasins. Several unique suites are available as well, with private balconies overlooking the courtyard and pocket garden. And if you want the ultimate luxury experience, inquire about the Nobu Suite – the largest in the hotel with two private balconies, a dining area, lounge, bathtub, and incredible views of London’s iconic skyline.

While in-room dining is available, the Nobu Shoreditch restaurant offers a chic environment for relaxing, entertaining, and indulging in Nobu’s world-famous dishes. Pioneered by Chef Nobu Matsuhisa and inspired by his travels, the restaurant was built upon an innovative interpretation of Japanese, Peruvian, and other South American cuisines. Dine on classic black cod miso; order up some yellowtail sashimi with jalapeno; or try some new signature specialties created especially for this Shoreditch location.

Aside from date nights and business dinners, Nobu’s 80-person terrace is perfect for private functions like rehearsal dinners or an intimate wedding. A semi-private dining space overlooking the open kitchen can also host up to 18 people for events such as bachelorette parties, bridal showers, and birthdays – all, while taking in the “theatre” of Nobu’s kitchen.