Housed in a former textile factory in the vibrant Whitechapel area of the Capital, this unique hotel is inspired by the New York metropolis. Rooms cleverly maximise space and marry comfort with modern, industrial style. Enjoy the signature restaurant by Marco Pierre White, work out, watch live music, play pool in the games zone or relax in the library.
- Marco Pierre White restaurant
- Just 10 minutes from Tower Hill, the Tower of London, and Canary Wharf
- Several 'social zones' including a games room and library
- A stones throw from the famous Spitalfields, Whitechapel and Columbia Road markets
- Stylish modern bedrooms
- 3 minute walk to The Underground
There are no kettles in the bedrooms, instead guests can enjoy unlimited free hot drinks from the vending machines on each floor.
In keeping with it's locale, the hotel has a very modern look. The focus is on sleek and efficient design,great service and high functionality over frills and opulence.
Internet Connection in Rooms
Whitechapel underground and DLR stations 3 minutes walk
Good to know
Hotel check-in time: 3:00 PM
Hotel check-out time: 11:00 AM
Dinner: From 18.00 - 20.45 daily
On site parking is not available, there is paid parking nearby. The closest car parks are Just Park Greenfield Road, Just Park Whitechapel High Street, NCP Whitechapel.
The hotel does have some accessible rooms, please call our team to discuss your requirements before booking.
The hotel has 6 family rooms that can sleep 4 Baby cots can be provided. There's also a children's menu.
History of the hotel
The building was designed by architect Hume Victor Kerr, whose modern style is prevalent in the Whitechapel area. It was used as a garment factory until it's closure in 2000.
In 2011, the Malik brothers - Monsur, Masrur, and Moksud - decided to convert the disused factory building, where their father had previously worked, into a luxury design hotel. New Road Hotel is a true passion project for its owners, as the building is woven into their family history.
Following a multi-million-pound investment, New Road Hotel opened its doors to the public. The hotel's interior design and open plan architecture reflects both its heritage and location within London's famous East End, where the garment trade boomed in the 1960s.
Pets are not permitted.
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