Following a £3million refurbishment, Hilton London Heathrow Airport will launch three new dining outlets for guests and visitors when it reopens its doors. The three outlets, the OXBO experience at the OXBO Café, OXBO Kitchen and OXBO bar will offer a wide range of food and drink options to guests throughout the day and night.
With an emphasis on locally sourced ingredients and inspired by nature and “agricultural heritage”, the dining spaces have been designed to celebrate the hotel’s location but also be multi-functional for travellers at any time of day.
The three outlets will each have their own distinctive food offering, including a range of dishes suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
OXBO Café will offer both dine-in and take away options in an informal setting with menu items such as pastries, salads, tray bakes and breakfast goods.
OXBO Kitchen will feature a buffet breakfast, followed by an a la carte menu during the day which includes a “feasting” menu that is designed to be shared.
OXBO Bar will offer drinks and casual dining options with a range of unique signature drinks and cocktails.
As part of the nature ethos the new outlets are following, guests will be given a plantable seed card with their bill, which they can take home and grow.
Oliver Stockland, General Manager at the hotel, believes the new concept will be well received by guests and visitors. “The new OXBO experience not only fits with the new look we have given the hotel, but also incorporates elements we know are important to today’s guests and visitors – like locally sourced ingredients and a nod to nature and our planet.”
The hotel has now re-opened for essential workers and business travellers, with the new OXBO experience dining outlets open from May 17.