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London Hotel Launches UK's First Vegan Room Service

Guests at the St. Giles Hotel in London can now order plant-based dishes from food company BOL.

London-based St. Giles Hotel partnered with plant-based packaged food company BOL Foods to launch the United Kingdom’s first vegan room service. “The partnership with BOL is a result of a growing trend in hotel guests looking to keep up their healthy habits when traveling abroad, especially on business,” St. Giles Hotels CEO Abigail Tan-Giroud said. “We have seen a dramatic increase in visitors requesting gym passes, vegan and vegetarian restaurant recommendations, and guides for running and cycling in the city. Our partnership is an exciting step towards the future of room service and a reflection of London as the conscious cosmopolitan capital.” Vegan room service at the hotel begins today, and guests can order a variety of BOL’s vegan dishes, including Thai Coconut Curry, Sri Lankan Sambar & Smokey Tomato, and Lentil Super Soup.

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