17th October 2018
Written on 26th June 2018
Design Hotels™ presents: Nobu Hotel Shoreditch
Design Hotels™ represents and markets a curated selection of over 300 independent hotels in 50 countries across the globe—in destinations such as London, Helsinki, and Copenhagen. Every single member provides an individual, aesthetic and service-driven hotel experience and reflects the vision of an independent hotelier - an “Original” with a passion for cultural authenticity and genuine hospitality that is rooted and enhanced by thought-provoking design and architecture. Each of the hotels is “Made by Originals”!
Robert de Niro, a Design Hotels™ Original
It's not every day that Robert De Niro walks into your restaurant, sits down, and proposes a worldwide business venture before picking up the check. That's exactly what happened in the late 1980s when the actor/director gave in to his curiosities about a new Japanese-Peruvian fusion cuisine that was turning heads in Beverly Hills. The chef he approached, Nobu Matsuhisa, famously refused for four years before embarking on the Nobu adventure that continues to this day.
Nobu Hotel Shoreditch
Celebrating London’s multiculturalism and its status as a world culinary capital, Nobu Hotel Shoreditch is an extension of the renowned hotel and restaurant portfolio headed by Tokyo-trained celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa and actor and director Robert De Niro. Needless to say, the hotel’s culinary program steals the show here—a show that includes a design homage to Shoreditch’s industrial heritage, augmented by Japanese artistry. Hidden behind a striking façade of glass, concrete, and cantilevered steel beams on Shoreditch’s Willow Street, Nobu Hotel Shoreditch offers private dining and event spaces for up to 200 and 148 guestrooms featuring such in-room treats as custom-made yukata robes and traditional Japanese tea sets.
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