Hilton Highlights Top Airport Hotel Restaurants
Dread being stuck in a layover? Hilton Hotels & Resorts is spotlighting some of the company’s top options for travelers dining at its airport hotels.
U.K. celebrity chef Cyrus Todiwala curates the menu at Hilton London Heathrow Airport’s (Terminal 5), while the culinary team at Hilton Minneapolis/St. Paul Airport Mall of America is led by American Culinary Federation Chef of the Year, Eric G. Baker.
Below are several other Hilton hotel dining options across the world:
Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
Axis Lobby & Cocktail Bar, located in the 130-foot-high glass-roof atrium, Axis has one of the largest selections of gin and Jenever in the Netherlands. Bowery Restaurant allows guests to customize their dishes, which are prepared à la minute.
Hilton Chicago O'Hare Airport
Gaslight Club is a 1920s-era speakeasy that inspired the old Playboy Clubs. Guests are served by “Gaslight Girls,” the bar’s version of can-can girls, who wear outfits inspired by the roaring 1920s. Andiamo uses freshly made local pastas and imports high quality olives and olive oils, DOP (Protected Designation of Origin) cheeses and meats flown in directly from Italy.
Hilton Mumbai International Airport
Crystal Lounge is styled after a 19th century summer palace with a menu consisting of gourmet snacks and beverages. Imperial China has a Sichuan-themed menu, which is renowned for its spiciness. Finally, The Brasserie has a midnight buffet featuring selections of Indian, French, Italian, Asian, and Mediterranean cuisine.
Hilton Beijing Capital Airport
Hilton Beijing Capital Airport has the only five-star Sichuan-style restaurant in Beijing – a casual all-day-dining option with 30 private dining rooms. Long Bar, Beijing’s longest bar, is L-shaped and is divided to offer live music along one side and a quieter lounge environment on the other.