The Ned

At a glance

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    Art, theatre, cafes, restaurants, parks, shopping - shall we go on?

  • Location

    Location

    In the heart of London, the hotel is impeccably located for exploring the city and easy of access.

  • Architecture

    Architecture

    A restored bank, the building is an architectural inspiration.

  • Romantic

    Romantic

    With serious style throughout and impeccable service, The Ned is a real treat and perfect for couples.

  • Restaurant

    Recommended Restaurant

    Have you heard of Cecconi’s? We thought so.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa

    One of an elite collection of hotels and clubs in London, The Ned is a unique spa offering for the most stylish men and women.

Location

The Ned

27 Poultry, London
EC2R 8AJ

Spa & Leisure

Providing a calming space away from the busy City streets, The Ned’s spa and grooming offerings are all about feeling stylish. There are eight treatment rooms, a relaxation lounge, a sauna, steam room, swimming pool and hair salon as well as a gym and exercise classes available.

Treatments are available in Parlour 1 and 2 - one stop shops for head to toe maintenance, using Cowshed, Sultane de Saba and Annee de Mamiel products for treatments ranging from manicures and pedicures to facials. There’s also an IsCLinical Express bar, which offers anti-ageing LED light facials. Meanwhile, Cheeky is a spectacular but speedy nail service that’s perfect for lunch break visits for manis, pedis and Shellac treatments, and Ned’s Barbershop offers modern gentleman a classic speakeasy-style environment for a quick spruce including a cold beer and a shoe shine.

Hotel & Accommodation

In a historic building in the centre of London, The Ned is an ultra stylish hotel and an architectural masterpiece was formerly the City's disused Midland Bank building. The masterpiece of Nick Jones, the founder of the Soho House group, it has 252 rooms which range in size from the intimate to large scale suites, and all with a nod to 1920s glamour.

The hotel’s restaurants are amongst the finest in London. There’s Cecconi’s, which is an all day Venetian brasserie - you’ve probably heard of it - then there’s Millie’s Lounge - a restaurant and bar with a 24-hour menu of British food where design pays homage to St Mildred’s Church, which occupied the site until the Great Fire of London in 1666. There’s also The Nickel Bar for American staples and classic cocktails, Zobler’s delicatessen for New York style deli food, the Asian-Pacific restaurant Kaia, the Parisian Cafe Sou, and the Malibi Kitchen for Californian fare and superfood salads.