Adapting to Change – The Stratford Hotel

Branded as “London’s sexiest new skyscraper” by The Times, The Stratford Hotel is a truly impressive addition to Stratford. Manhattan Loft Corporation commissioned Tricon to develop the food, beverage, laundry and waste management design package alongside SPACE Copenhagen Interiors. The hotel comprises 150-keys and 34 floors of exclusive residential apartments, located opposite Stratford International Rail.

The 42-story skyscraper has an offering of restaurants, cafés and bars, as well as a mezzanine club, meeting rooms for guests and multiple kitchens, staff dining, storage, prep, laundry and housekeeping back of house. The ground floor show kitchen reflects the flexibility and adaptability of ever-changing food trends, with a design that can adapt to match demand. The Stratford Brasserie shares the ground floor with the magnificent triple-height lobby and a ten-metre high fireplace. It’s a place to get together and grab a coffee, sit back with a cocktail or enjoy light dishes that have been carefully created under the direction of Chef Ben Harrington, formerly of Soho House Group. The Brasserie is unique to the area, bringing with it something quite special to Stratford.

The double cantilevered tower will ensure that residents are never more than nine stories from an outdoor sky garden with views, that at Level 7, will offer both a visual compliment and respite to the surrounding Cityscape, as well Allegra, a high-end restaurant with a view reaching over Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and The Highline – a truly unique garden terrace which is expected to be open to guests and visitors in September this year.