Step inside London’s newest luxurious, eclectic and vibrant hotel, The Mandrake…
A conversion of an existing office building into a luxury 5-star boutique hotel, the fit out works consisted of 34 guestrooms, a fourth floor penthouse, public & back of house areas and landscaped external terraces with planting over three levels.
Specialist finishes have been applied throughout the public areas with bespoke joinery discerningly designed for the bars, reception desk and banquette seating. Custom-made joinery and unique glazed partition walls make up the guestrooms and again they feature specialist finishes all through.
A complete new installation of mechanical, electrical and domestic services, with tailored audio visual and lighting installations, all considerately designed to complement the space and to add to the overall guest experience. New lifts and staircases have also been installed.
This independently owned hotel has been designed with cutting-edge interiors and has also become home to Serge et le Phoque, the first overseas Michelin-starred restaurant from Hong Kong.
There is something truly weird, wonderful and very magical about this hotel. Located just behind Oxford Street, The Mandrake is a hidden gem that removes you from the hustle and bustle of London into to a mystical urban retreat.
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