Musa 'Dwarf Cavendish', the banana tree, can be grown indoors in the UK, and while it is unlikely you will see fruit, they do have a tropical look to them.
They thrive in bright indirect light, but can handle some shade and direct sun. Adjust watering according to light conditions.
They like the soil to remain moist but not soggy. Check the soil with your finger and if dry water.
Misting regularly helps replicate the humid home of the banana tree.
The large leaves tear easily and naturally in the wild to allow wind to pass. It is also a way the plant can shed older leaves and replace them with new leaves.