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Article from BTNews 22 OCTOBER 2018

Lincoln Plaza names the day

A new opening date of January has now been set for the latest UK member of Hilton’s Curio Collection of hotels, Lincoln Plaza London, set in a distinctive tower building at Canary Wharf in Docklands.

Originally scheduled to open this year, the property is 3min from the nearest DLR station and accessible to the City and London City Airport, ExCeL and London’s main attractions as well as a variety of designer boutiques and entertainment a few minutes’ stroll away.

Boasting an ultra-modern exterior inspired by the architectural lines of London’s financial and commercial hub, the hotel follows up with an interior design based on the area’s industrial heritage with a mix of contemporary and classical materials and a focus on luxury facilities.

Lincoln Plaza London will also offer a range of food and drink outlets headed by pan-Indian restaurant Mr Todiwala’s Kitchen plus more than 465sq m of event space across seven meeting rooms.

Curio Collection’s London portfolio, which also includes the Trafalgar St James, will soon be joined by a third member in Stratford, in the east of the capital – the 18-storey London Gantry, set to open in 2020 with 285 guestrooms and a sky bar with views across the Olympic Park.

https://curiocollection3.hilton.com/en/hotels/united-kingdom/lincoln-plaza-london-curio-collection-by-hilton-LONCUQQ/index.html

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