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London's Doubletree by Hilton hotel to house Natural Kitchen café restaurant

23 August 2012 by
London's Doubletree by Hilton hotel to house Natural Kitchen café restaurant

The Doubletree by Hilton hotel in the City of London has let out space within the property to delicatessen and fine food store the Natural Kitchen.

The deal was completed by leisure property consultancy Shelley Sandzer, which acted on behalf of landlord City Inns.

Nick Weir, director at Shelley Sandzer, said: "Hilton wanted an all-day offer which would complement the stylish hotel and provide an alternative to the Sky Lounge and City Cafe that already operate within the hotel.

"The Natural Kitchen's fresh food approach and breakfast options were just what the landlords were looking for. "

This will be the Natural Kitchen's third café restaurant in London having agreed terms on the 3,000sq ft unit in the Doubletree Hilton in London's Tower Hill.

The new restaurant will be located on the ground floor adjacent to the reception in the 600-bed hotel.

By Janie Manzoori-Stamford

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