The Londoner has announced that it is set to unveil six new hospitality offerings all launching this September.
Whitcomb’s, The Stage, The Residence, Refuel, 8 at The Londoner and Joshua’s Tavern will all be spread across the hotel’s 16 floors and offer a range of day to night experiences.
Located atop the hotel with a view of the city is the rooftop izakaya lounge, 8 at The Londoner. Presenting a palette of Japanese cuisine and “innovative” mixology, the restaurant is contemporary and will showcase a blend of fine ingredients and traditional techniques.
Whitcomb’s, the signature restaurant within the hotel, is located on the ground floor, with both street and hotel access and a terrace overlooking Leicester Square. It will offer guests Mediterranean cuisines.
Situated on the corner of St Martin’s Street and Orange Street, Joshua’s Tavern will serve as a drinking spot specialising in “terroir-led gintonicas”.
The Stage features an all-day programme complete with a Champagne breakfast, followed by an afternoon tea.
Refuel is a 24-hour gym and wellbeing area which offers food and beverages designed to “refresh, recharge and rejuvenate”. The Refuel clinic will be open only to hotel guests, members and day spa guests.
The Londoner’s food and beverages concepts were created by Amir Jati, creative director at Edwardian Hotels London, and The Londoner’s executive chefs Matt Downes, Shailesh Deshmukh and Neil Armstrong.