Treat yourself to dinner and an overnight stay at The Ned, a former Banking Hall in the heart of the City.
In the 1920s, the Midland Bank – then one of the largest banks in the world – wanted a new London headquarters, something that would ooze confidence and financial security and cut a flourish amid the straight-backed Victorian buildings of the City.
Ninety-three years after its founding, and following 10 years of lying dormant, the building has been transformed into The Ned; a hotel, club and collection of nine restaurants.
With many of the original features having been restored, including ninety-two verdite pillars, marble staircases and the original wooden banking counters, the spaces inside the Grade I listed building are as fascinating as those that surround it.
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