London’s first art’otel is now open at Battersea Power Station. With 164 rooms designed by award-winning Spanish artist and interior designer, Jaime Hayon, this art-inspired, luxury lifestyle hotel is one of London’s most exciting new hotel openings.

The hotel is located within Battersea Roof Gardens, a new building designed by Foster + Partners forming a key part of Electric Boulevard, a new high street for London offering a great mix of shops, bars, restaurants, office space and a park. Electric Boulevard runs from the south of the Power Station between Frank Gehry’s Prospect Place and Foster + Partners’ Battersea Roof Gardens to the newly opened Zone 1 Battersea Power Station Underground Station. Guests are able to stay at the hotel as well as sample the delights at the TOZI Grand Cafe, TOZI Counter and skyline bar and restaurant by Michelin starred chef Henrique Sá Pessoa, JOIA.

Situated on the top floors of the new 164-room hotel, JOIA comprises three spaces, a 15th floor restaurant; a bar on the 14th floor; and a rooftop bar with infinity pool. The menu highlights Michelin star Portuguese chef, Henrique Sá Pessoa’s culinary heritage and travels across the Iberian Peninsula, using the best of British and Iberian produce.

The Studio regularly features up-and-coming artists and is also the home of an ever-changing calendar of workshops and events. art’otel London Battersea Power Station encourages you to surround yourself with the creativity and inspiration of each artist. Covering all areas and genres, we aim to make art accessible to all.

Hayon’s designs are inspired by the Power Station’s history and heritage, as well as its future at the centre of a new cultural neighbourhood for London. The guest bedrooms showcase a bold and colourful palette while art plays a key role in the wider design concept of the hotel. Hayon is one of the most acclaimed designers worldwide with work showcased at high-profile galleries and exhibitions including London’s Design Museum, High Museum in Atlanta, Daelim Museum in Korea, Groninger Museum in the Netherlands and Design Museum Holon in Israel.