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Brief Published: 26 Aug 2010

St.JOHN Adds Hotel


Following in the footsteps of the St. JOHN restaurants in east London, Fergus Henderson and business partner Trevor Gulliver are extending their unique approach to hospitality with a highly anticipated new hotel project. 

The 15-room hotel is being rebuilt from the skeleton of Manzi’s “famous seafood restaurant", a landmark building in the heart of Chinatown and London’s theatre district. Echoing the aesthetic of its predecessors, the hotel also includes a new restaurant with a bar situated on the floor above.

Henderson and Gulliver describe the hotel as a “mini grand, urban hut”. Read our full report, including an interview with Trevor Gulliver, here.