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  • Writer's pictureEla Reeves

The Ned, London

The Ned London is in the former Midland Bank building, in the city of London. Designed by Sir Edwin 'Ned' Lutyens in 1924, the venue is home to a hotel, 6 restaurants, 3 bars, a wellness centre and members club.

When you step in from the busy street of Bank you are instantly transported back in time as the entire hotel is set in the 1920’s.

The Hotel

After checking in and gratefully getting our room at 10am, we headed to our room. The rooms are cosy, the beds queen size, not too spacious however this gives to the 1920’s ambiance. The beds are super comfy and the bathrooms considerably large. You can instantly feel the care for guests with all the imenities… charger, nail file.. condoms! You also have 3 different types of shampoo’s and conditioners and yes I used them in 1 shower session! What’s more, with your stay you are given a mini, luxury skincare set, courtesy of Soho House. All you would need to bring is some clothes and your set.

The Spa

The wellness centre includes a premium gym, swimming pool, sauna, steam room, relaxation space, hammam and a number of treatments. Unfortunately, the spa was fully booked for facials so I decided to relax in round the large indoor pool instead. The spa is extremely relaxing, however, as they do not take reservation slots, its not guaranteed you will find somewhere to sit.

The Restuarants

Millie’s Lounge: a classic British restuarant and bar with an exception wine list.

Cecconi’s: serving handmade pasta, seafood and traditional Italian dishes.

Ned’s Feast: a meal not to be eaten when dieting, enjoy all you can eat lobster, oysters and carvery with all the trimmings.

Nickel Bar: a casual American space serving cocktails

Electric Bar: a high-end diner with bagels, salads and cheesecake

Malibu Kitchen: a taste of California with superfood salads and juices.

Kaia: an Asian inspired restuarant with poke bowls and mains

Lutyens: a grill with seafood and premium cuts

The Parlour: a timeless cocktail and Cabernet bar

Most restuarants can be enjoyed by hotel guests, however some are for members only, memberships also include access to the downstairs club and rooftop, and are available here:

It was a pleasure being hosted by the helpful staff at The Ned and we cannot wait to welcome our guests to the same experience.

Rooms at The Ned start from £280, to book, please email us on


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