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Futuristic-looking hotel to join Montcalm's London portfolio

03 October 2014 by
Futuristic-looking hotel to join Montcalm's London portfolio

Montcalm Luxury Hotels London is to open a 269-bedroom hotel in a new, futuristic, angular building in London's Shoreditch.

Located in City Road, M by Montcalm will feature a selection of restaurants, the Hoxton Social private members' club, the Sky Lounge rooftop bar, Club lounge business facilities, a wellness centre and gym. The 23-storey tower is being designed and built by SGP Contracts.

All the bedrooms will feature free Wi-Fi and a control panel allowing guests to adjust the lighting and temperature, control the curtains and order room service, while wall-mounted plasma screens will double as mirrors.

M by Montcalm will become the fifth property in the group's portfolio, alongside the Montcalm London Marble Arch, Marble Arch by Montcalm London, Montcalm at the Brewery London City, and London City Suites by Montcalm.

The management team at Montcalm Luxury Hotels London said: "We are very excited about the launch of M by Montcalm. Although different in character from our existing properties, being an ultra-modern new-build, it will offer the impeccable service and luxury surroundings our guests have come to expect at all our hotels."

The new hotel will open in early 2015.

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