Part hotel, part gallery, part artist's studio, the new Bankside hotel in London aims to fulfil a creative brief of being a welcoming space for anyone inspired by art and design. Katherine Price checks in
With neighbours including the Tate Modern, the British Film Institute, the Southbank Centre, the National Theatre and Shakespeare's Globe, it makes sense that London's new Bankside hotel takes its design inspiration from its surroundings. However, as one of the many glass and steel structures in the area, it's the 161-bedroom hotel's mid-century design-inspired interior that makes it feel more like an art school than a hotel.
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