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Hilton London Heathrow Hotel revealing £3m refurb

Hilton London Heathrow Hotel is set to reveal an all new look once it reopens its doors to guests, after a three million pound refurbishment.

This transformation will see the hotel’s large open lobby improved massively featuring a new ‘nature-inspired’ experience.

The new design will feature an oversized chandelier and a number of living plants, designers have used a fairly muted colour selection and furnishings which present the hotel with a “comfortable, urban and modern feel.”

At the unveiling this spring, guests are going to be able to enjoy the new restaurant concept, OXBO, which is going to have three outlets within the hotel.

The new concept has been created with sustainability at heart – “respect for the land and for agricultural heritage” is noted as the inspirations behind the menu.

The hotel is also extending its current options for conference and event organisers, of course once gathering are allowed to happen.

On top of its already impressive fifteen meeting rooms, the hotel will be introducing the new Concorde Exhibition space which will accommodate up to 170 people.

Oliver Stockland, general manager at the hotel, said: “The hotel is well known for its first class customer service and the new look will certainly enhance the customer experience.

“We’ve made the most of the fantastic space we have here and created a contemporary, stylish look which we are confident will be well received by all of our guests. We can’t wait for them to experience it for themselves.”

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