This Summer, the Standard Hotel will bring its distinctive culture and irreverent style to an international audience. The boutique hotel company is set to open a brand new hotel in London later this year.
The Standard, London, the first international hotel from Standard International, is housed in the historic Camden Town Annex, a Brutalist civic building with oblong windows, intentionally built with its curved portals and broad concrete hallways in the sharpest of contrast to the Victorian masterpiece, St. Pancras Station, located just across the road. The company aims to celebrate the history of the building and neighborhood while connecting it to its future, anchoring the ongoing revival of King’s Cross.
The building is designed by The Standard’s in-house design team, led by Chief Design Officer, Verena Haller, in collaboration with Shawn Hausman Design; and will have 266 stunning guest rooms, some including outdoor terraces and bathtubs.
In addition, The Standard, London will house several eateries helmed by Chefs Adam Rawson and Peter Sanchez-Iglesias; The Double Standard, a ground-floor bar, Isla, an indoor-outdoor garden restaurant, and a destination rooftop restaurant accessible by an exterior lift with views overlooking the city.
For more information on this and all other Standard Hotels, visit their website.
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