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NOBU HOTEL LONDON PORTMAN SQUARE

The London-bound hotel is inviting you to indulge in some fine dining and take a cultural tour through Gavin Mitchell’s East Meets West exhibition this spring.

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If you are looking to welcome in spring surrounded by luxury, Nobu Hotel London Portman Square is the destination for you. Nestled away in London’s Portman Square, the centrally located hotel is opening its doors in a bid to provide visitors with an unforgettable experience, sleek Japanese-inspired interiors and, of course, a divine night’s sleep.

With a grand, architecturally awe-invoking lobby consuming guests upon first entrance, the Nobu Hotel London Portman Square experience commences only to be built upon by a stay that includes delightful suites, equipped with some of the most comfortable and sizable beds that the city has to offer, and spa-like ensuites perfect for your morning makeup routines and evenings of self-care.

While the rooms themselves are of the utmost importance when it comes to a hotel stay, Nobu Hotel London Portman Square is also aiming to transform your time spent with them into something of a cultural experience, starting with a trip to the East Meets West exhibition. Taking place in the hotel’s The White Box, contemporary artist Gavin Mitchell is inviting visitors to indulge in a unique visual experience that hopes to deconstruct the preconceived constructs surrounding Japanese culture and rebuild them it in a beautifully juxtaposed and educational set of images, all of which have been inspired by the Ukiyo-e sector of Japanese art.

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Now, it is fair to assume that a morning spent soaking up culture and art served up by the hotel will render visitors peckish. Enter Nobu Hotel’s Afternoon Tea. Sure to delight both the eyes and mouth, Executive Chef Michael Paul has dreamed up a culture clashing menu which draws inspiration from the classic British afternoon tea that we all have an affinity for but infused with odes to Japanese culture. And, the result? Wasabi beef tataki served on shokupan sando meets freshly baked scones is strawberry mint jam and Cornish clotted cream and yuzu macaroons in an experience not to be missed.

The exceptional dining does not end here, however. With the hotel’s restaurant set ablaze with the buzz of endless amounts of visitors, all of whom are treated to service of the most thorough quality and invited to sip on a range of exquisite cocktails, Nobu Hotel London Portman Squareensures that the food, drinks and exceptional vibes are free-flowing throughout the course of any stay. A must-visit for anyone headed to London this season, Nobu Hotel London Portman Square promises to be one of your most luxurious hotel experiences to date.

Head to nobuhotels.com to discover more…

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NOBU HOTEL LONDON PORTMAN SQUARE

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