There’s a reason that The Ned Hotel has been the talk of the town since it opened in 2017. In the centre of London, within what was once The Midland Bank, this standout hotel and spa offers a getaway that’s not quite like any other.
Kitted out with vintage decor in keeping with the history of the Grade I-listed 1920s building, Ned’s Club Spa has all you need to unwind in a relaxed and unpretentious environment. Whether you go for a Cowshed beauty treatment, a haircut at the gentleman’s Barbershop or ladies’ Parlour or a cleanse in the Moroccan Hammam, you won’t want to leave.
Food & Drink
Cecconi’s | Millie's Lounge | The Nickel Bar | Zobler’s Deli & Diner | Malibu Kitchen | Kaia | Cafe Sou & Bar | Lutyens Grill | Ned’s Feast
Separated by the original walnut banking counters, the former banking hall is now home to eight restaurants. Serving food from around the world with menus refreshed weekly, booking into one of these food spots will give you a second-to-none dining experience.
St Paul’s Cathedral | Barbican Centre | Tower of London | Sky Garden | London Bridge
There are few places that have as much of a buzz around them as the City of London. You’ll be walking distance from a host of attractions to finish off your day, including the historic St Paul’s Cathedral, the spectacular views of the Walkie Talkie’s Sky Garden and the impressive cultural offerings of the Barbican centre.
Ned’s Club Spa is wheelchair accessible.
Directions & Parking
Bank Station | St Paul’s Station | Mansion House Station
Though The Ned doesn’t have its own parking spaces, there are plenty of ways to reach it. Bank, St Paul’s and Mansion House Underground Stations are all just around the corner, with more not too far away. Bank Station also directly links to London City Airport via the DLR.