When it comes to a big night out, sometimes it’s hard to know your limits.
Which is why we’re excited about Terence Conran’s new seventeen-room boutique hotel built in a converted Victorian warehouse in Shoreditch.
On the ground floor you’ll find Albion, an all-day cafe (complete with mini food store) serving British faves like shepherd’s pie and fish and chips. In the basement, meanwhile, is Boundary Restaurant and Bar. There the menu is classic Conran: think monkfish bourride, steak au poivre and seafood galore. Expect a feast for the eyes, too, with more than 50 works of art hanging throughout.
The hotel’s bedrooms and rooftop bar and grill will open in April. Until then, you’ll have to find your way home at the end of the night.
If you haven’t crossed any lines, that is.