Scandinavian vibes in London
Located in the future cultural center of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in East London, The Stratford is a new, ultra-contemporary hotel with a Scandinavian mood to it.
This ambitious 42-story, double cantilevered skyscraper building was inaugurated in July 2019 by Harry Handelsman, with its architecture conceived by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM), and interiors decorated by the Danish duo, Space Copenhagen.
The upper floors are occupied by Stratford Lofts, 268 long-stay apartments.
The hotel’s 145 rooms occupy the first six floors. They have a modern minimalist style and are furnished with a contemporary Scandi touch. Floor-to-ceiling windows let in light, soft-textured walls, natural oak furniture, thick fabric curtains, brushed brass details, warm metal fixtures and natural stone floors. Space Copenhagen combines custom-designed furniture, such as mirrors, bedside tables and desks, with key pieces from their existing portfolio. The bathrooms are tiled in white marble and equipped with Ren Skincare toilet accessories.
The building promotes interaction between guests and residents within various public spaces.
There is a Straftford Brasserie restaurant on the first floor, a Mezzanine lounge bar with comfortable sofas and a nine-meter fireplace, and an Allegra restaurant on the seventh floor, where a chef serves seasonal cuisine.
The Statford hotel in London is a go-to spot for a modern Scandinavian experience.
We love The Stratford for:
East London neighborhood
Double room from 260 € per night during low season.
Extra charges for breakfast.