The as-yet unnamed project will span five floors across six townhouses, forming part of the One Crown Place mixed-use development close to London Liverpool Street station.
A press release announcing the launch says each of the six spaces will have a ‘unique personality’, with ground floor communal areas interlinked by a public deli, café, art gallery, club lounge and library.
The hotel will also feature a 100-cover destination restaurant and bar, including a covered courtyard, and private members’ club.
Bespoke Hotels – the UK’s largest independent hotel group - has been appointed to operate 41 bedrooms at the property, under the management of AlloyMtd and CBRE.
“The development will be a stunning landmark for London, further galvanising an area that has developed remarkably in recent years, with the hotel a key ingredient within this,” says Haydn Fentum, CEO of Bespoke Hotels.
The hotel is scheduled to open early 2020, with premier double rooms starting from £295 a night.
It will sit alongside One Crown Place’s 246 luxury aparments and 140,000 sq ft of office space.
Rosewood, whose London hotel houses Holborn Dining Room, is also set to launch a new hotel brand this year.