Conveniently located near St Paul’s Cathedral, Lost Property by Hilton captures the vibrancy of the local area as well as its history and heritage.
Right in the heart of London, Lost Property has opened its door in the St Paul’s neighbourhood. Latest addition to the Curio Collection by Hilton, the new concept hotel is in sight of the iconic St Paul’s Cathedral and a short walk away from the Millennium Bridge.
The location is certainly a remarkable feature of the hotel. Besides being a stone’s throw away from the city’s major attractions including Tate Modern Art Gallery, Shakespeare’s Globe Theater, and Bankside Gallery, the luxury hotel is located in one of the capital’s oldest historical districts. The buzzing neighbourhood is popular for its swanky eateries, bars, members’ clubs and cafes.
However, the interiors of the hotel are equally impressive. The overall ambience beautifully captures the vibrancy of the local area and seamlessly blends modernity with legacy. Pick from 145 uniquely designed rooms and suites in six different categories sprawling across six floors. Featuring breathtaking views of the cathedral or the city, the spacious bedrooms are sleek and modern, fitted with marble bathrooms and an urban touch.
Celebrating the craftsmanship and innovative design, the interiors echo the shapes and architectural forms found in St Paul’s Cathedral and the neighbouring streets that together make the lovely London city. Think red and blue schemes, eccentric artworks reflecting London’s history, eye-catching colour pops, and patterns coming in contrast with timeless neutral walls.
The hotel’s ground-floor restaurant, Found offers a classic food and drinks menu with a nostalgic twist, while its eight-metre-long bar is crafted out of bright blue resin with stunning Murano glass pendants creating mood lighting and a cosy feel. From tiger prawn to smoked salmon with crème fraiche, the cocktails here are super creative. Pair them with hearty classic dishes like duck breast with braised lentils, guinea fowl with a fricassee of wild mushrooms and garden peas, poached pears, and sticky toffee pudding with salted caramel ice cream.
Tattle, a premium coffee house at Lost Property, is the best place to catch up over a hot cuppa. It’s a true social hub with a separate street entrance for commuters, locals, and resident guests alike. The backdrop features teacups with hand-painted ‘lost’ quotes, offering a relaxed bistro-style space with an ‘al fresco’ feel. Enjoy healthy breakfasts, light lunches, and snacks made with locally-sourced, organic produce.
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