The Caterer - Designed by Twenty2Degrees, also behind the hotel interior, Provisioners will reference SE1 and European café culture with a nod to the Bauhaus era. Watson said: “Provisioners will be a place where you have everything you need to help you relax, unwind and refuel, whatever your mood. We’d like to be a bustling hotel and neighbourhood restaurant offering intuitive and natural hospitality tailored to each guest’s needs.” read more
London Town - The 193 rooms, including nine suites, present an artful mix of heritage design - simple brickwork, tall windows and modern furniture - and modern art. Old cell keys have been recreated into artwork while pieces of furniture reclaimed from the old courthouse have been repurposed. This echo of the building's past as a courtroom continues into the Provisioners restaurant, run by leading restaurateur Clive Watson. read more
Forbes - London is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, which means new hotels are always welcome. Here are a few of the most stylish properties to hit the capital this year. The Dixon in Tower Bridge is set in a former magistrates courthouse dating back to 1906, The Dixon is part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection and will be the home of Provisioners restaurant, the latest project by Clive Watson of the London favourite, Riding House Cafe?. read more
Boutique Hotelier - The 193-bedroom hotel in Tooley Street will be operated as part of the Marriott Autograph Collection, and will be home to a new restaurant, Provisioners, headed up by leading restaurateur Clive Watson, co-founder of Village London Restaurants, which is behind the city’s Riding House Café. The new dining space at The Dixon has been inspired by ‘modern design movements and designers’ studios and homes’ and will give off a European café vibe. read more





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