Crowne Plaza hopes the venue one of the places to be seen in London this summer.
It has been confirmed that Crowne Plaza London – Albert Embankment will offer a ‘chic’ sky terrace called Mezemiso when the hotel opens in June this year.
The rooftop bar and restaurant will be situated on the building’s 14th floor, with panoramic views of the River Thames, with design based around a mix of sophisticated blue hues along with copper and metallic tones.
The space will have fireplaces and floor to ceiling glass windows, with a modern bar area offering wine and spirits collections, a shisha and cigar terrace, and what’s described as sumptuous seating.
There’s room for alfresco dining with a Lebanese concept and menu, which Crowne Plaza hope will make the venue one of the places to be seen in London this summer.
The hotel is being opened as part of a new brand platform from Crowne Plaza Hotels & Resort that launched earlier in 2017 called ‘We’re All Business, Mostly’. The company says the $200 million brand investment shows its commitment to ‘remain at the forefront of the new way of doing business with design-led, culturally-relevant and technology-enabled solutions’.
Located on the South Bank of the Thames and created by ADS Design and RPW Design, the hotel offers views over the river, including the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye. Its team is headed by General Manager Fabio Gallo, who has led a number of openings prior to Albert Embankment.