Updated: Sep 16
When it comes to design, the sleek Japanese influence of Nobu hotels has been captivating events organisers at their Shoreditch hotel since 2017. Now they bring the luxury to Marylebone, and at scale!
A Luxury offering
Being Regular organisers at Nobu's first London hotel in Shoreditch, you can imagine our excitement when we learned of the groups latest offering in Portman Square.
For a start, this location has been seriously aching for some time for another upmarket hotel contribution, and with Nobu hospitality named one of luxury's 25 Most Innovative Brands by Robb Report, it is ranked among an elite selection of global luxury hospitality brands, and if this reputation is to be lived up to, it is destined not to disappoint.
This 249-room Marylebone hotel, made its debut Quietly in December 2020, when the world was still largely in lockdown. This highly anticipated opening draws inspiration from Japanese architecture and hospitality, with a focus placed on craftsmanship throughout. It encompasses their obligatory Nobu restaurant, wellness facilities, with a 600 person (lower-ground) ballroom and 2 boardrooms (for 16 & 18 respectively) to follow later in 2021.
Hotel at a Glance
Vital details for event organisers:
Ballroom for 600 (344 cabaret) - no daylight.
2 Boardrooms and business lounge
Japanese Gin Garden!
Take a look at the light and airy reception spaces.
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