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Boundary Hotel

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Time Out says

Design mogul Sir Terence Conran’s Boundary Project warehouse conversion was a labour of love. Its restaurants – which include Albion, a downstairs fine-dining establishment and a rooftop bar – are high quality but relaxed places, and all 17 bedrooms are beautifully designed. Each has a handmade bed, but all are otherwise individually furnished with classic furniture and original art.

The five split-level suites range in style from the bright and sea-salt fresh Beach to a new take on Victoriana by Polly Dickens, while the remaining rooms (the slightly larger corner rooms have windows along both external walls) are themed by design style: Mies van der Rohe, Eames, Shaker. There’s also a charming Heath Robinson room, decorated with the cartoonist’s sketches of hilariously complex machines.

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Address: 2-4 Boundary Street
London
E2 7DD
Transport: Shoreditch High St
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I'd have no reservation about staying at the Boundary Project Hotel if I ever got the chance. 


Once a Victorian warehouse, the Boundary Project is the result of a labour of love, transformed into a restaurant, a hotel and a rooftop bar.


A bit more on the bar and event space elsewhere but for now, a few words on the hotel rooms. It's beautifully designed and individually furnished to give each room its own unique character and designed by eminent interior designer David Tang. Rooms ooze class throughout. As a matter of fact, it's a very trendy apartment pad. 


And being in Shoreditch, you're never far from some of the best things to do in London.


It may not rival the more opulent hotels in central London, but the hotel here makes up for in its character. It's a very classy stay in an edgy area of London.

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