Former Shoreditch Magistrates' Court to reopen as hotel after £40m renovation

Shoreditch's Old Street Magistrates' Court and Police Station will reopen as a luxury boutique hotel from 1 June.

The Courthouse Hotel Shoreditch
The Courthouse Hotel Shoreditch

The Courthouse Hotel Shoreditch has undergone a £40m renovation project that has seen the grade II listed building converted into a luxury hotel with 86 guest rooms and 42 suites. These include two Shoreditch Sky Terrace Suites, one-bedroom residences spread out across 60sqm of living space with panoramic London skyline views, a private bar and mini cinema lounge.

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The hotel facilities include an events space capable of accommodating 450 seated delegates, or 900 reception style. It also has a 196-seat cinema and a two-lane bowling alley with a private bar. The hotel’s spa features a heated indoor swimming pool, fitness centre, treatment rooms, steam room and sauna.

The former Courtroom Number 1 now hosts the hotel’s main fine-dining restaurant, whilst Courtroom Number 2 has been transformed into a members’ bar. The hotel’s main bar features five refurbished cells, while the Shoreditch Sky Terrace bar offers views of the city. 

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