As I am eagerly awaiting my trip to London next month, as a particpant of Blog Tour London 2012 with Modenus, I have become in awe of the hotel that we will be staying at. The citizenM Hotel is a boutique hotel located at the Bankside, near to the Tate Modern Museum and London Bridge. It features 192 luxury rooms, in addition to it being a super stylish hotel!

{The lobby living room}

{Hotel interior courtyard}

{Courtyard seating}

{Living Room with bar behind}

{canteenM – bar and cafe}

{Lobby sitting room}

{The lobby with it’s own bookstore: Mendo}

{Self service check in kiosks in the hotel lobby}

{All rooms feature XL king size beds, ambient lighting, rainhead showers, furniture by Vitra, electronically controlled window shades, along with several other amenities, wi-fi and global plug outlets included.}

{And the fun might just begin with the tablet mood pad included in every room: controls the room, tv, window shades, temperature, lighting and more – plus Internet browsing and access to Facebook, Twitter – the important things to keep connected to while traveling!}

Looking forward to my stay at citizenM London!

Visit the CitizenM website for a listing of all their hotels.

CitizenM London Bankside was designed by the award winning Dutch Design Firm Agency Concrete.

All images via CitizenM’s Facebook page.

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4 Comments to 'London Calling: Citizen M Hotel Bankside'

Edwin 28 Aug 12 at 9:29 am

Wow! This is really inspirational! I’d love to stay here. The global plugs in the room sound amazing. I really like how they use all those shelves in public areas, it really works well with all the different furniture.

Jamie Herzlinger 28 Aug 12 at 4:52 pm

Awesome stuff!

Love, Jamie Herzlinger

suzanne vachon 28 Aug 12 at 10:33 pm

I love the lobby living room and the lobby sitting room, I absolutely could live in these two rooms, it feels so much like a home. I will certainly visit the Citizen M next time I am in London.

Great post,

Elizabeth 31 Aug 12 at 7:07 am

Great inspiration to create some futuristic interiors!
I’m wondering if it could look good with typical traditional furniture.
Like, for instance
How do you think?
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