The design-led hotel Hilton London Bankside will be hosting a Pop-Up Bunny & Chick Petting Zoo on Sunday 25th July to celebrate the start of the summer holidays.
Available from 10.00am until 2.00pm in the hotel’s lobby, the Petting Zoo is free to attend for those staying at the hotel, brunching at Hilton London Bankside’s neighbourhood eatery, OXBO Bankside or dining at its Distillery Bar The Distillery Bankside.
Individuals will be able to meet and greet the animals under the watchful eye of two trained handlers from Living Things, a five-star animal welfare company. Afterwards, guests will have the opportunity to take pictures in the den, on a haystack.
OXBO Bankside serves a range of classic brunch plates, from Eggs Benedict to Eggs Royale and Waffles, with a choice of delicious toppings, or Pancakes with Berry Compote, Maple Syrup & Clotted Cream. The venue’s bottomless brunch menu features four courses and unlimited bubbles for £49.00 per person for a maximum of two hours (or £35.00 per person without bubbles).
Whilst The Distillery Bankside offers a wide range of drinks, including over 100 gins, and seasonal plates and sharing platters from it’s a la carte menu.
Individuals that want to continue their stay and make the most of the summer holidays can choose from five different room options: Guest Room, Deluxe Guest Room, Executive Rooms and Suites, as well as a Penthouse Apartment. There are also interconnecting rooms for families. Room rates start from £153 (including breakfast for a King Guest room).
The hotel is situated in the vibrant cultural hub of London’s Bankside, moments from iconic London attractions, including the Tate Modern, The Shard, Shakespeare’s Globe theatre, and that foodie favourite, Borough Market. This prime location offers couples an incredible base from which to explore the capital should they wish to.
The Pop-Up Petting Zoo will be available on Sunday 25th July from 10.00am – 2.00pm, in strict accordance with the government’s safety instructions. Guests will be advised to wash their hands before and after dealing with the animals and must consult the handlers on any allergies before entering the dens.