Boundary officially opened on New Year’s Eve 2008 and is the first project from Prescott & Conran Limited; subsequent projects have included Albion, Lutyens and Chateau Boundary. The new-format Boundary building includes three restaurants and bars; 12 individually designed guest bedrooms, plus five suites; a small British food store; and a bakery. The original building, a late Victorian warehouse, was carefully converted over a period of three years prior to the launch in 2008. During the development period, special attention was given to preserving the most attractive industrial features, from the scale of the various spaces – especially the huge double-height basement with its pavement light wells and alcove areas – to the original brickwork – both inside and out – together with the many sash windows that now provide an abundance of light for each of the bedrooms. Great care was taken to protect and restore these key features. On the first and second floors there are 12 spacious guest bedrooms. The smallest of the rooms is 31 square metres (others are considerably larger) and the four corner rooms benefit from 6 large sash windows. Each of the rooms has a different design that has been inspired by legendary designers or design movements that the owners admire. All of our rooms and suites are different, although they have been grouped into five main categories - Boundary Rooms, Corner Rooms, Conran Suites, Large Suites and Tang Suite.
Hotel Address:Location Summary
- Boundary London
- 2 Boundary Street
- London, E2 7DD
- United Kingdom
Boundary Street runs parallel to Shoreditch High Street and is located at the corner of Redchurch Street and Boundary Street, behind the Tea Building. Bishopsgate in the City, Hoxton Square, Spitalfields, Brick Lane and Columbia Road are each approximately 3 minutes' walk from Boundary.
Boundary Rooftop includes a large bar with seating arranged around an open fireplace, a 48-seat grill restaurant and a garden designed by Nicola Lesbirel. The rooftop is accessible by a direct lift and is served by its own kitchen. There are 360-degree views from Canary Wharf to the City's Gherkin and Barbican to the rooftops and spires of East London. The space is replete with a large sail-like canopy, heating, festoon lighting and Welsh blankets.
Fine Dining on Site
The restaurant menus are based on classic French and English recipes with a large selection of crustacea. Charcuterie, oysters, daily-changing meats from the rotisserie and cheese are served from trolleys in the dining room. Seasonal French and British indulgences, such as English game birds, asparagus and truffles are promoted when available.
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - High Speed Internet
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