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Hold on to your tonic water and lemon slices for a Gin Hotel is opening in London…

Gin lovers rejoice for the best is about to happen – a whole Hotel dedicated to our favourite spirit is coming in just over two weeks. Opening on the 16th of December, the aptly named Distillery Hotel is dedicating a whole four floors to gin drinking. There will be three boutique guest rooms overlooking the renowned Portabello Road market street so you can avoid any squabbles over the ‘dedicated driver’ and it’s set to be a beautiful (and quirky) respite haven. The Distillery HotelThe ground floor is designed as a ‘Resting Room’ and offers spirits from all around the world as well as an impressive ceiling feature of gin barrels suspended above you.

A spokesman for the hotel sais of the room: ‘Guests can enjoy a considered selection of international spirits that have been aged in hand-built barrels suspended above the bar from which they will be directly served.  Due to the spirit’s ongoing ageing process within the barrel, no two drinks will be the same,’

The first floor is host to a GinTonica restaurant and bar where you can sip on a whole host of delicious cocktails and concoctions and the top floor hosts a private dining room with another bar and the guest rooms. Each of the rooms will host a mini bar and record player and with pricing starting from £125 a night won’t break the bank.

The Distillery Hotel

Those wanting to learn to make their own gin are also in luck as The Ginstitute is moving to the Hotel as well as a gin museum where you can find out more about the history of this much-loved tipple. For those wanting to take away a taste of the spirit, an off-licence shop is also situated within the Hotel.

The Distillery Hotel opens on 16th December 2016, stay up to date on their website here

 

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