London celebrations

Lost Property will open this summer in City of London

Lost Property London (Imagery © 2022 Hilton/Lost Property)

Summer 2022 will see the debut of the City of London’s new eclectic Lost Property hotel.

Part of the Curio Collection by Hilton, this brand new property will welcome guests to a space designed to represent the vibrancy of this historic part of London.

A reflection of the territory

Developped by Dominvs Groupthis next addition to the Curio Collection by Hilton portfolio promises stylish accommodation and atmospheric dining and drinking experiences in a space that celebrates the history of the City of London.

At this location, Lost Property will place guests within walking distance of landmarks such as St. Paul’s Cathedral and close to many restaurants, bars, cafes and member clubs.

The interiors of the hotel were designed by I CA and Rani Ahluwalia, founder and creative director of Key Interior and Designs, to fuse the heritage of the Grade II listed building with modernity while celebrating lost craftsmanship. Shapes echoing St. Paul’s Cathedral and surrounding streets were incorporated into the design.

Commenting on the upcoming opening, Nader NeishabouriHotel Manager Lost Property London, said: “We look forward to opening Lost Property and celebrating the team’s passion for exceptional food, drink and service.”

“Lost Property will capture the imagination of our guests and the hotel’s location in the heart of historic London will ensure guests have an unforgettable stay full of surprises.”

Rani Ahluwalia, Dominvs Group Design Director and Founder of Key Interior and Designs, said: “Lost Property, St Paul’s will be the 7th Curio by Hilton in London and exemplifies Dominvs Group’s creative vision of unique hotel and lifestyle experiences through to careful selection, one off design elements and service.

“Lost Property will serve as a unique addition to the Square Mile and provide customers with an inspired and eclectic collection of artworks infusing London’s colorful past while preserving and enhancing the extraordinary history of the Culture Mile.”

New social places

Guests are greeted in a lobby designed to spark curiosity upon arrival with Murano glass pendants, colorful rugs, and artistically licensed paneling.

The hotel will house 145 uniquely designed rooms and suites, some with views of the cathedral, in six categories and spread over six floors. Bright, modern rooms will include marble bathrooms and come with an industrial flair paired with red and blue colors.

Guests and locals alike can dine at the hotel’s ground floor bar and restaurant, Found, offering classic French and British dishes and theatrical cocktails in a space featuring bespoke wallpaper from Timorous Beasties, a Murano chandelier comprised of individual extinct bird figurines and a bespoke blue resin bar with Murano glass drops.

This restaurant and bar will be joined by the property’s upscale cafe, Tattle, designed to provide a place for people to meet and gather over healthy breakfasts, light lunches and snacks made from local organic produce.

This property promises sights around every corner, with contemporary artwork also depicting London’s rich history.