The Stratford at Manhattan Loft Gardens
The Stratford evokes the timeless glamour and maverick social spirit of New York’s legendary long-stay hotels. Set across the first seven levels of The Stratford, is a design hotel with a taste for the spectacular – from the magnificent triple-height lobby and High Line sky terrace to the imposing glass atrium. The interiors, by Space Copenhagen, fuse Scandinavian style with old-world opulence via serene pastel tones, natural timbers and elegant stone bathrooms.
Set in the heart of east London, overlooking Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, we are just moments away from Hackney Wick, and a mere six minute train ride from St Pancras International.
Inside the hotel you can find The Mezzanine, a world-class cocktail lounge, which can be easily transformed into a dining room or reception space. Allegra, our destination restaurant on the seventh floor opens up to our High Line rooftop garden, offering stunning views of London. We also have numerous event spaces, and 145 bedrooms, ranging from standard rooms to the 65 square metre Manhattan Studio.
Manhattan Loft Gardens
Manhattan Loft Gardens is a destination where you can spend the night, stay the week, or move in for good. Our 42 stories include 248 individually-designed rental loft apartments, which have access to three rooftop gardens, two restaurants, three bars and our design hotel The Stratford.
Manhattan Loft Gardens is a structure with a taste for the spectacular. Rooftop gardens carved out of the building’s form at 95, 280 and 400 feet. Gravity defying cantilevers. A seven-story glass atrium piercing the magnificent central lobby and outstanding panoramic views across London’s skyline.
Our High Line roof garden is an elevated meadow of wild flowers, water features, cedar pathways and pine trees. The Cedar Garden, sheltered by a giant cantilever, includes timber decking, a central fire pit, as well as a bar and lounge area. Finally our Japanese Garden provides a serene retreat from the city, including pergolas, evergreen hedges, and Japanese maple trees set against the London skyline.
Find out more about The Stratford Hotel and Manhattan Loft Gardens here.