London’s Latest Hotel Experience: Art’Otel London Battersea
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London’s Latest Hotel Experience: Art’Otel London Battersea

December 27, 2022 Share

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Colofurul, bold, young and vibrant; Art’Otel London Battersea is South-west London’s latest and most exciting hospitality venture.

Oh, Battersea. Home to Vivienne Westwood’s 2022 campaign and a whole load of London grunge, Battersea is south-west London’s hottest up and coming neighbourhood. Home also to what has now become its iconic power station, the neighbourhood has finally welcomed a hospitality investment that takes advantage of the area’s architectural gem; the latest Art’otel London Battersea.

The grade II listed building was one of England’s first coal-fuelled power station. It remained empty after closure up until 2014, when it developed into a vibrant cultural area populated with bars, residences, office spaces and entertainment. It now is an iconic representation of London’s cultural scene, right by the western banks of the Thames.

Image courtesy of Art’otel Battersea London

We’re talking about a 4 star hotel with harmonious art, decoration and location. With a rooftop pool to plunge into and iconic artwork all throughout, the hotel offers an alternative type of stay for those looking to explore the periphery of London’s zone 1. Decorated in splashes of colour brought in by Spanish designer and artist Jaime Hayon, the Powerstation Hotel is a bright and playful option aimed at a young and excitable public.

Image courtesy of Art’otel Battersea London

Merging the most exciting interior design trends in pop-art, the Art’Otel features an exciting and trendy design, which feels apt for the creative hub Battersea has become in recent years. It makes use of the neighbourhood’s power station towers, offering sky-high viewpoints from which to enjoy it’s iconic surroundings.

In case the stay was not exciting enough, the hotel also will soon welcome restaurant JOIA, located on its 15th floor and offering Portuguese and Iberian tastes in the heart of the neighbourhood. For the time being, however, one can delight in TOZI grand café, an all-day dining spot equipped with its own art gallery.

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