A look at the latest restaurants, hotels, pubs and bars to open their doors
Novotel London Canary Wharf
AccorHotels has launched its new flagship Novotel in London's Canary Wharf. The 40-storey property, which represents a £90m investment from AccorHotels, is the world's tallest Novotel, with 360-degree views of London including the Shard, the Olympic Park and Greenwich Park.
Visitors can enjoy the views from the top floors at Bokan 37 restaurant, Bokan 38 bar and Bokan 39 roof terrace. Canary Coffee on the ground floor has been developed to serve the needs of the local working population as much as hotel guests.
This hotel will be the first of the group's UK portfolio to contain a vegetable garden, in line with AccorHotels' PLANET21 plan to support urban agriculture by planting 1,000 vegetable gardens in its hotels by 2020.
It has also been designed sustainably with features including a light regulation system that adjusts the level of light according to the time of day and season, beehives on the 39th floor (believed to be the highest in the UK), and recycling of cooking oil, general waste, soap and bottled bathroom products.
Opened 18 May
Starting room rate £104
General manager Philip Logan
Owner AccorHotels' HotelInvest
Located in Wimbledon Village in south London, Fire Stables has reopened following an extensive renovation. It champions seasonal ingredients with an emphasis on fresh fish.
General manager Chris Pearson
Typical dishes Scorched mackerel with blackened onion emulsion; IPA battered cod and chips, peas, gribiche and caramelised lemon
Great British Restaurant
This all-day British dining restaurant has launched at Dukes London hotel as part of a multi-million refurbishment of the property replacing Thirty Six by Nigel Mendham. Mendham will oversee the new concept.
Executive chef Nigel Mendham
Typical dishes Isle of Gigha halibut with red wine and foraged sea herbs; new season lamb with smoked aubergine
Chef Jeff Tan has opened his flagship, high-end Vietnamese restaurant, Go-Viet, in London's South Kensington, celebrating Vietnam's vibrant culinary heritage.
Head chef/owner Jeff Tan
Managers Danny Lee/Jimmy Tan
Typical dishes Grilled lemongrass wild king prawns in plum fish sauce; pan-fried scallops with fresh herbs and green chilli sauce
Hyatt Place London Heathrow Airport
The Hyatt Place London Heathrow Airport has been rebranded from the Heathrow Hotel Bath Road following a multi-million pound, 12-month refurbishment during which all aspects of the hotel were upgraded, including all bedrooms, 11 new meeting and event spaces and a 140-cover restaurant.
Starting room rate £117
Founder Grace Hutson
Entry fee £10
The Red Lion
Red Mist Leisure has opened its eighth pub in Odiham, Hampshire. Previously known as Next Door, Red Mist has reinstated its original name, the Red Lion, 300 years after it was dropped when the inn became a grocery store until 1992. It serves local craft ales and spirits, and has a modern British pub menu.
General manager Edina Szabo
Head chef Simon Lamb