Boundary Restaurant, Rooms and Rooftop: very cool Conran project in London

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Here’s another interesting place to stay in London: the Boundary, which is located in a converted Victorian warehouse in Shoreditch (close to Brick Lane and Spitalfields), a seven-minute walk from the Liverpool Street Station.

Boundary is a project of Terence Conran (founder of Habitat). It includes 12 guest bedrooms and 5 suites, a rooftop bar and restaurant with 360-degree views of Canary Wharf and the Barbican, a restaurant in the basement called the Boundary Restaurant which serves French classics, and a bakery and food store on the ground floor.

Each guest bedroom and suite is named after a legendary designer (Le Corbusier, Andree Putman, Mies van der Rohe), whose style inspired the decor of the room. The most luxurious suite was designed by Sir David Tang (of Shanghai Tang). Boundary is expensive. They don’t publish the room rates online. You have to look for them in an online bookings site. I found prices on ranging between $325 and $685, the latter being the price for the Tang Suite. Nevertheless, it is a unique place to stay, a cut above the usual luxury chain hotel.

Boundary Restaurant, Rooms and Rooftop
2-4 Boundary Street
London E2 7JE
United Kingdom
+44 20 7729 1051

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