INNSiDE by Meliá has agreed a strategic partnership with Gino D’Acampo. INNSiDE currently operates in Manchester, with openings in Liverpool and Newcastle launching on 16 and 17 May, and further UK sites planned to open in 2022.
D’Acampo will harness his extensive knowledge of artisan Italian suppliers to ensure guests enjoy only the best ingredients. Menus will feature dishes created by D’Acampo and his team from his award-winning books and TV shows.
The first collaboration is at INNSiDE Manchester, launching First Street Bar & Kitchen, a new all-day-dining concept for the city of Manchester. First Street Bar & Kitchen will feature an outdoor terrace, Spritz Bar, and an open plan restaurant.
Commenting on the hospitality partnership, Garry Fortune, Cluster General Manager at Meliá Hotels International, said: “This is a very exciting time, as two lifestyle and destination hospitality brands come together to create a new presence in the UK.”
Gino D’Acampo added: “After many years of talking to Meliá about a partnership I am super excited to be working with Garry and the team.
“I want the restaurants to not only provide great Italian food to hotel guests but to be a destination for food lovers to hang out from morning until night in cool surroundings. My team will be working in partnership with Melia to deliver the highest standard of food service for guests, whether they are dining in my restaurant, attending a conference, or celebrating a special occasion. I cannot wait to get started.”
INNSiDE by Meliá has hotels in 28 locations, spread across 10 countries with 13 additional properties in the pipeline.
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