Valid for lunch and dinner
Seductive and striking, Mondrian London at Sea Containers brings a bold new energy to London, blending the style and sophistication of the boutique brand with Bankside's eclectic vibe. Situated on the banks of the River Thames in the famed Sea Containers building, Mondrian London uniquely offers river view balcony suites directly on the Thames. Working with Design Research Studio under the creative direction of renowned British designer Tom Dixon, the hotel captures the essence of the original building, exuding 1920s cruise ship glamour integrated with the modern twists and sophisticated design for which the Mondrian brand is known.
Guests will immediately be drawn to the giant, copper clad wall inspired by the hull of a ship, running from outside the building, through to the lobby and on to the river side of the hotel. Experience underwater tranquility and specialised treatments at agua Bathhouse & Spa, sample delicious food using locally sourced ingredients at Sea Containers restaurant, where outdoor seating along the river walk is also available, and sample innovative cocktails from Mr Lyan at Dandelyan with its iconic green marble bar and dramatic views of the Thames.
The most glamorous of spaces is the rooftop bar, Rumpus Room, with its glass box structure and outdoor terrace, featuring panoramic views over London. Uniquely reflecting the urban feel of the neighbourhood, Mondrian London is within walking distance of landmarks such as Tate Modern, Royal Festival Hall, the National and Globe theatres, as well as Borough Market and the London Eye.
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@rhona_o The main London ones (but it'll be a fantastic evening we're sure 😊).Fri Jul 28 17:34:21 +0000 2017 AGO Reply Tweet Favorite
Wherever the night takes you, make sure to include Rumpus Room 😉 https://t.co/E8LMHdBXy2Thu Jul 27 17:40:01 +0000 2017 AGO Reply Tweet Favorite
Things are looking a little Wyld around here. And we like it! (📸: dimimathiou) https://t.co/dAsMsDVhXQThu Jul 27 11:01:25 +0000 2017 AGO Reply Tweet Favorite