Looking for suitably stylish digs in one of London’s most sophisticated locales? The Mandrake is a cool enclave worthy of your attention.
Who doesn’t love London, with its rich history, vibrant culture, great restaurants and bars, and iconic cityscapes. To ensure you’re in the heart of the action, you’ll need to rest your head at the right hotel, and that’s where The Mandrake comes in.
A new independent boutique hotel from entrepreneur Rami Fustok, The Mandrake Hotel has opened in London’s Fitzrovia, replete with 34 stylish guest rooms and a chic restaurant from the team behind Hong Kong’s Serge et le Phoque.
Inspired by the medicinal properties of the Mandrake plant, the new hotel combines eclectic, vibrant interiors with carefully curated works by Francesco Clemente, Jonas Burgert, Peter-John de Villiers and a host of other artists; intriguing soundscapes from French sound engineer Pierre- Arnaud Alunni; specially designed scents from Azzi Glasser; and a 30 candle chandelier by Lara Bohinc.
The result of these collaborations is an ambience that is intimate, distracting, and intriguing at every turn. The hotel’s guest rooms, which include three luxury suites and a dramatic penthouse, are set across four floors, rising up from a striking central courtyard surrounded by hanging gardens of jasmine and passionflower.
In addition to eclectic accommodations, the Mandrake features the first London outlet of Hong Kong’s Serge et le Phoque, a beautifully designed, 80-cover restaurant that features a 16-person private dining room with its own entrance.
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