Nobu Hotel London Portman Square is set to open its doors in November 2020.
The 249-bedroom hotel is situated on a corner of Marylebone’s Portman Square and will feature a signature Nobu Restaurant, bar and outdoor terrace, plus a 600-person ballroom, gym, wellness facilities and meeting spaces.
The new property was originally scheduled to open in July.
The Nobu Berkeley Street restaurant will move to its new location in Marylebone when the hotel opens.
David Collins Studio is responsible for the hotel’s common spaces, with natural materials and ordered architectural frameworks used to create a sense of ‘flow, uniformity and rhythm’.
In the lobby hangs a 5m kinetic sculpture created by artist Ivan Black, with rotating metal fins designed to evoke a sense of theatre.
Bedrooms are split into seven categories with the top tier including the One Bedroom Suite or The Nobu Penthouse.
In February Grant Campbell was appointed general manager, as pre-opening GM Matthew Beard moved to the role of managing director at sister property, The Strand Palace.
Nobu Hotel London Portman Square will join Nobu Hotel Shoreditch in the portfolio which opened in 2017.