Leading interior designer, Martin Brudnizki, famed for his work on Annabel’s, The Coral Room at The Bloomsbury and Sexy Fish, is to unveil new work next year – The Broadwick Soho – a new, 57 key, independent luxury hotel inspired by the area’s creativity opening Spring 2021.
The hotel has been crafted from the love of the past and excitement for the future and will be imaginative across every detail. Brudnizki took inspiration from the gritty glamour, but also eclectic and diverse history of Soho, describing the hotel as “your eccentric godmother’s Soho townhouse”.
The 57 residential-feeling guestrooms include 1 penthouse and 9 suites with many rooms offering private balconies overlooking the bustling streets and all featuring the finest appointments and decadent amenities. The food and beverage will be operated in partnership with Soho stalwarts, Jamie Poulton and chef Ed Baines, founders of the iconic Randall and Aubin. The Broadwick Soho will house an authentic Italian restaurant with a generous street level terrace. On the upper floor, the rooftop cocktail bar will welcome casual dining and drinking, to attract the capital’s creatives. Wrapping around the rooftop will be an impressive terrace with stunning views across the Soho skyline.