A look at the latest restaurants, hotels, pubs and bars to open their doors
One Warwick Park
One Warwick Park hotel has opened in the Pantiles district of Tunbridge Wells, Kent, after a three-year development. The hotel offers an underground gallery to showcase local, national and international artists, and four food and beverage spaces, including the hotel's Italian L'amore restaurant, which offers an interpretation of Mediterranean small plate dining, as well as a lounge, snug and terrace.
Each individually styled bedroom has a suite of bespoke walnut furniture and heavy handmade curtains to complement the classic, neutral colour palette. The hotel also has a function room for up to 180 people in the former school house building, which retains its 19th-century timber vaults and 15ft arched windows. A double-height atrium at the heart of the hotel offers additional function space.
Opened 1 July 2016
Head chef Marco Goldin
Starting room rate £99
Food and beverage manager Franck Bellavoine
Typical dishes Veal ragu; monkfish tail; Dorset crab risotto; and artichoke tortellini
Operator Markerstudy Leisure
Design Envy London
Located opposite Kensington Palace in west London, Hyde Kensington cocktail bar features bespoke art pieces by British artist JJ Adams and a pan-Asian food offering from a previous Gilgamesh chef.
Bartender Andy Mil
Head chef Adi Gunawan
Covers 100 seated; 200 standing
Typical dishes Duck and watermelon salad with cashew nuts and Thai herbs
Pop-up Horto has opened at Rudding Park hotel in Harrogate, using produce grown on-site in the kitchen garden. The menu will offer a modern take on humble ingredients, both in the cooking and presentation.
Operators Rudding Park
Kitchen gardener Adrian Reeve
Head chef Murray Wilson
Typical dishes Scottish monkfish with black and white mussels, kohlrabi and hay
The Grand Brighton
Luxury seafront hotel the Grand Brighton has opened its refurbished Victoria terrace, lounge and bar, featuring a display cabinet showcasing 19th century objects from the Brighton & Hove Museum.
Executive chef Alan White
General manager Andrew Mosley
Design Park Grove
Typical dishes Pork belly croquettes; and beef brisket brioche burger
The team behind Joe Allen has opened Mustard in Brook Green, west London. The venue is a relaxed, British-style brasserie serving light, simple dishes focusing on locally sourced ingredients.
Founders Lawrence Hartley and Tim Healy
Head chef Jason Wild
Typical dishes Roast sea bream with cockle vinaigrette and creamed potatoes
The Corner House
The Corner House team has opened its new restaurant in Canterbury serving local produce, from Romney Marsh lamb to locally caught seafood, as well as local beers from the Ramsgate Brewery and local wines from the Chapel Down winery in Tenterden.
Design Del Renzio HQ
Chef-proprietor Matt Sworder
Macdonald Bath Spa hotel
The Macdonald Bath Spa hotel has reopened its luxury suites after a £150,000 refurbishment. The rooms offer panoramic views over Bath, king-sized, four-poster beds and butler service with Champagne and canapés served in the room every evening.
Starting room rate Suites from £500