The hotel will open in the fashionable London area of Shoreditch, also known as a tech hub in the capital.
The company launched Nobu Hotel Shoreditch this week, with a new website and bookings able to be made for stays from June 1 onwards.
The hotel’s 143 rooms and seven suites will be accompanied by a 240-seat Nobu Shoreditch restaurant, with cuisine under chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s brand also available in the lobby bar, extensive meeting spaces and 24 hour in-room dining.
The restaurant comes with a terrace and will be overseen by executive chef Greg Seregi, supported by head sushi chef Teruya Noriyoshi.
Opening on Great Eastern Street, the eye-catching hotel has been designed by two successive architectural practices - Ron Arad Architects and Ben Adams Architects. The interiors of Nobu Shoreditch restaurant have been designed by Studio PCH, with other areas of the hotel the work of local designers, Studio Mica.
Hotel guests will have access to an exclusive spa and wellness area, but the hotel said it will also “give something back to the local area” with the opening of a “pocket garden offering an oasis in the hectic heart of east London”.
Rooms start from £250.