Locke at Broken Wharf, the brand’s latest outpost, opts for laid-back F&B options for its guests to enjoy.

Situated at London’s Millennium Bridge, just a stone’s throw from Cannon Street and Blackfriars, the 113-key property marks the next step in Locke’s expansion plans.

Meeting the evolving and varied demands of modern travellers, the hotel blends the advantages of a high-end lifestyle hotel with the space and flexibility of an apartment.

Designed by Matthew Grzywinski of Grzywinski+Pons, the interiors take inspiration from the building’s surroundings, adopting subtle aesthetics, natural tones, pastel colours and white marble worktops contrasted with brass detailing.

The hotel F&B comprises Deli Cat & Sons, a New York-style deli with local flavours offering a selection of freshly baked bagels and salads, as well as a menu of breakfast and brunch dishes for eating in or taking away.

Guests who wish to prepare their own meals can choose from a selection of cookbooks, whilst pantry essentials are available on request.

Meeting the needs of local businesses and travellers alike, visitors can enjoy a coffee in the hotel’s co-working space situated on the ground floor. Furthermore, this space adopts a dynamic cultural programme spanning wellness, fitness and art.