The 113-room aparthotel is located in the heart of London, on the north bank of the Thames with views over the Millennium Bridge to the Tate Modern and Shakespeare’s Globe.
Studios and suites ‘designed for living not just sleeping’ feature fully-equipped high-spec kitchens and Locke’s signature design-led style of pastel hues, lightwood floors, white marble worktops and plenty of plants.
Created by interior designers Grzywinski+Pons, the rooms are complemented by smart ground floor co-working spaces, communal areas and an all-day restaurant.
There’s also an on-site New York-style deli, Deli Cat & Sons, offering fresh bagels, salads, breakfast and brunch dishes, alongside an artisanal coffee shop and bespoke cocktail bar.
The aparthotel offers a program of local experiences for its guests spanning wellness, fitness, art and music. For guests who want to prepare their own meals, cookbooks are provided with pantry essentials available on request.
The hospitality brand opened its first London hotel, Leman Locke, in Aldgate in 2016 and plans to add two more London hotels in Bermondsey and Dalston later this year.
Rates at the new Locke at Broken Wharf start from £135 per night.