Where lifestyle meets luxury: Lincoln Plaza London shines in Hilton’s Curio Collection
Lifestyle and luxury are the central tenets of the Lincoln Plaza London, Curio Collection by Hilton, in Canary Wharf, London
Lincoln Plaza London, Curio Collection by Hilton, is a luxurious new offering in London’s Canary Wharf, which blends style, lifestyle and elegance.
With its sleek and contemporary interior, as well as a striking silhouette, the Lincoln Plaza London fits right into its cosmopolitan setting.
We take a look inside this exciting new offering by Hilton.
Inspired by the industrial city
Lincoln Plaza London is in the heart of one of the city’s most important commercial and financial districts, Canary Wharf, and the design of this 129-key hotel reflects the neighbourhood’s past and present, and projects itself far into the future.
The exterior’s architectural design is reminiscent of the sleek, modern and iconic towers London’s financial district is known for, while the interior recalls London’s industrial past.
The interiors were designed by leading hospitality firm RPW Design, whose projects include the RAF Club London, The Fairmont St Andrews and the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park.
Industrial materials such as steel and brass are mixed with luxurious stone such as marble to create a rich and textured environment in the guest rooms, which are minimal in style yet complete with all the comfort and convenience you need.
Food, wellness and so much more
The Lincoln Plaza Hotel really knocks it out of the park when it comes to the food and beverage offerings.
Designed by the multi-award-winning Design LSM, the hotel’s drinking and dining options are highly innovative, giving guests the choice between high-end cuisine, casual dining and grocery store options.
The hotel’s flagship restaurant is the renowned Mr. Todiwala’s Kitchen, headed up by head chef Cyrus Todiwala, known for his own particular brand of delicious Pan-Indian cuisine.
The Food Store concept is part-grocery store, part-all day casual diner and social space, and part-Negroni heaven at the lobby bar, while The Jack Speak terrace bar brings back memories of 19th-century wardrooms.
Guests can also relax and rejuvenate at the state-of-the-art spa and wellness centre, which boasts an 18m pool, and business travellers can avail of the 465 square metres of event space spread across seven meeting rooms.
Beyond this, the hotel will also place a heavy focus on corporate social responsibility by using as little plastic as possible, putting in place ethical work and business practices, and a partnership with Stone Street Soaphouse to create a bathroom range made from locally sourced natural ingredients.
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