Business Traveller has teamed up with Bankside Hotel to offer one lucky reader and guest a two-night weekend stay in a Suite on a bed and breakfast basis.
Bankside, a new design-forward hotel on the south bank of the River Thames opened on 29th October 2018. Situated in the heart of one of London’s most dynamic neighbourhoods, just a stone’s throw away from Tate Modern, British Film Institute and Borough Market, the 161-room hotel is connected to the vibrant local community through its art inspired interiors, neighbourhood restaurant and bar and Maker-in-Residence programme.
Head Chef Lee Streeton, formerly of 45 Jermyn Street, is the Head Chef at Art Yard Bar & Restaurant, an informal design-focused all-day restaurant. The menu celebrates the abundance of seasonal British produce with European influences, alongside classic cocktails, local beers and wines from off the beaten track.
Reflecting the hotel’s commitment to the creative area in which it resides, Bankside has partnered with Contemporary Collective to run a rolling Maker in Residence programme. This permanent space offers emerging artists the opportunity to showcase and create work just a stone’s throw from the Tate Modern. Located on the ground floor of the hotel with direct access onto a communal courtyard space, the Makers Hub will be a dynamic new addition to the vibrant Bankside art scene.
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Terms and Conditions
- The competition is valid for the month of June 2019, with entries closing at 2359 BST on June 30, 2019
- The prize is a two-night weekend stay in a Suite at the Bankside Hotel for up to two people, with breakfast
- The prize cannot be exchanged or transferred to third parties
- The stay must be taken within 12 months
- Bookings are subject to availability
- The winner will be contacted by Bankside to arrange for the stay to be taken