Manhattan Loft Gardens Hotel, Stratford, London

Following on from the iconic Chiltern Firehouse in Marylebone and the restored St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, the Manhattan Loft Corporation set their sights on the 145 room Stratford hotel, which occupies the first six floors of the 42 storey building. It has been designed by architects SOM, who are responsible for some of the world’s most iconic skyscrapers such as Burj Khalifa in Dubai and One World Trade Center in New York.

The Stratford is a hotel with interiors designed by Space Copenhagen featuring serene pastel tones, natural timbers and elegant stone bathrooms, fusing Scandinavian style with old-world opulence. They specified the Horizon Square plate style finished in Matt Black along with black inserts, perfectly complementing the Scandi interiors.

From the magnificent triple-height lobby to the dynamic all-day brasserie and imposing central atrium guests and residents will have access to live music, pop-up house parties and fitness events taking place throughout the building. The building features three sky gardens carved into the tower at the 7th, 25th and 36th floors.