Urban Spaces is the Berlin-esque boutique hotel currently giving graffiti a good name. The hotel rooms, 15 in total, have been designed by different artists including work from the notorious Inkie. Rock up by day to drink rad boozy Frappuccinos with the kids who just left the after party, or pre-lash while the night is still young.
You’ll find the entrance shrouded in some pretty skilful looking street art (of course) and the foyer of the hotel is pretty much the bar. Beatnik sofas, homely wallpaper and the kind of freestanding lamps you’ve been begging your mum to throw juxtapose fierce graffiti prints.
With 1805’s Charles Vexenat consulting on the catering, expect a twisted approach to junk food, plenty of tequila and rum cocktails, oh and some decent hangover cures (thank god). Grab a bev and head to the terrace out back, this is where the debauched really get down.