Edwardian Hotels London has finished building its new £300m development in Leicester Square, The Londoner, which is set to open in 2020.
The five-star 15-level property has one of the deepest commercial basements in Europe which will hold two Odeon Luxe cinemas, spa and conference facilities.
In the nine ground levels, there will be 350 bedrooms, including 35 luxury suites, concept restaurants and lounges.
Last week, the hotel group held a ‘topping out’ ceremony which was led by chairman and CEO Jasminder Singh OBE and was held on what is set to become the roof-top bar area.
Iype Abraham, commercial development director of Edwardian Hotels London, said: “As Edwardian Hotels London’s first purpose-built hotel, The Londoner will embrace the drama and heritage of its West End setting whilst retaining the high standards and quality our guests have come to expect.
“The Londoner demonstrates our pioneering and ambitious vision in its ability to conceptualise, design and develop a world-class London landmark.”
Edwardian Hotels London is a privately-owned hotel group, which has been operating and developing luxury hotels since 1977 and runs eleven Radisson Blu Edwardian London hotels in London and central Manchester.