Locke at Broken Wharf to open at London’s Millennium Bridge

This March, pioneering hospitality brand Locke will open its second hotel in the capital on the Thames at London’s Millennium Bridge. The 113-room Locke at Broken Wharf is located minutes from both Cannon Street and Blackfriars on the north bank stretch of the river path.

Situated on the banks of the Thames with breath-taking views of the Tate Modern and Shakespeare’s Globe, the hotel draws inspiration from its surroundings with each studio accented by subtle aesthetics featuring natural tones, pastel colours and white marble worktops contrasted with brass details.

It offers guests a distinctive and memorable experience in the heart of one of the city’s most iconic areas, marking the next step in the brand’s exciting expansion plans. Locke at Broken Wharf sets the stage for two more London openings in Bermondsey and Dalston later this year, in addition to international projects in Dublin, Munich, Berlin, Lisbon and Copenhagen. These openings build on the success of the company’s existing hotels in East London, Manchester and Edinburgh.

Locke takes its cue from the evolving and varied demands of the contemporary traveller – blending the advantages of a high-end lifestyle hotel with the space and flexibility of an apartment. Its dynamic social spaces comprise an all-day restaurant, bar concept and buzzy co-working area, which will be activated through a mind-expanding cultural programme spanning wellness, fitness, art and music.

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