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The Ned London

Classic and present-day opulence in the City

Credit: The Ned
Credit: The Ned
Credit: The Ned

The landmark Midland Bank building, previously disregarded and disused, has now been reincarnated as The Ned London, boasting 252 bedrooms and decorated in the style of 1920s glamour.

 

Apart from the accommodation, eight public and two private restaurants (available for guests and members only) reside within the building. Among other things, there is also the fully equipped spa, plus historic, overhauled meeting and event rooms on the sixth floor, where visitors can glimpse into the past and enjoy heritage opulence.

 

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