Slated to open when lockdown lifts, the 30-bedroom property will join Selina sites in Manchester, Birmingham, Brighton and Liverpool.
The restaurant’s plant-based menu includes watermelon tartare with yuzu, avocado, charred corn, tomato, miso ginger mayo and tapioca; aubergine manti with tomato butter, grilled onion, wild herbs and zaatar-infused oil; and potato flatbread with cashew cream, grilled courgette, enoki mushrooms and Thai basil pesto.
Located opposite the Roundhouse, Selina says the accommodation is ideal for ‘post-gig stays’ or as a ‘base from which to explore London’ after restrictions have lifted.
The digitally-savvy brand was founded in Panama in 2014 by Rafi Museri and Daniel Rudasevski.
Named after a fictitious Millennial traveller, Selina bills itself as being nomad-focused, operating a mix of hostels, hotels, co-working spaces and restaurants.
Selina now has 70 locations in 20 different countries and opened its first hotel on these shores in 2019.