Victoria Square Woking Limited, a joint venture between Moyallen Group and Woking Borough Council, has announced three new independent dining concepts totalling 9,430 sq ft to be unveiled as part of the new landmark Hilton Woking.
The trio of F&B concepts, Glow Lounge & Terrace, OXBO Kitchen and Loft, will form part of the 189-room hotel offering for guests, and will also be open for the general public to enjoy.
Located on the seventh floor, Glow Lounge & Terrace will occupy a 3,170-sq ft space and provide guests with a modern and luxurious barista lounge environment during the daytime, evolving into an ambient bar space in the evenings.
All-day dining destination OXBO Kitchen has taken 2,870-sq ft on the 21st floor and will offer an inviting and relaxed atmosphere with a ‘bound by nature’ ethos.
And 22 storeys high will be the 2,940 sq ft Loft venue. The contemporary sky bar will serve a drinks-led menu with mixology cocktails, wines, and speciality spirits, as well as a premium afternoon tea experience.
All three F&B sites will launch in line with the official opening of Hilton Woking later this year, as part of the wider unveiling of Victoria Place, the £700m regeneration scheme in Woking town centre.
Nicolaas Houwert, general manager of Hilton Woking, added: “Glow Lounge & Terrace, OXBO Kitchen and Loft are dynamic and distinctive concepts which will not only draw in Hilton Woking guests, but also dining enthusiasts from the wider Woking area and beyond. We look forward to seeing the vision for each venue come to life later this year, adding another exciting dimension to this impressive flagship Hilton site.”
Councillor Ayesha Azad, leader of Woking Borough Council, commented: “The calibre of these venues reflects the exceptional quality of Hilton Woking itself, which will form a key cornerstone of the Victoria Place development. The three world-class hospitality concepts will further bolster Woking as a dining destination and will complement the strong F&B offering which is being curated throughout the surrounding scheme.”