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Summer's top hotel pop-ups

Posted in HOTELS + VILLAS By Maggie O' Sullivan

It isn’t just the high street that has fallen for the charm of the pop-up – from retaurants to nail bars, here’s what five of the top hotel brands have in store this summer.

Sunborn London’s pop-up champagne bar, top, will be dispensing Laurent Perrier cocktails and canapés until 3 September. The yacht, which is permanently moored in the Royal Victoria Docks, has designed the bar to evoke the French Riviera of the 1920s and is open daily from noon-10pm.Hayaca, Amare Marbella Beach HotelGuests at Amàre Marbella Beach Hotel on Spain’s Costa del Sol will be treated to a pop-up Latin American fusion restaurant called Hayaca. Open from mid-June to mid-September, Hayaca will be in the expert hands of Michelin-starred chef Mauricio Giovanini, who will be serving up authentic dishes like Colombia style chipá with suero and hogao (cheesy bread with a traditional sauce), bream with a tart banana cream or fried plantain with prawn mayonnaise. A laidback, fun vibe, chilled Latin beats, colourful interiors and knock-out sea views are also on the menu.Mandarin Oriental, Paris, pop-upMandarin Oriental, Paris will host the French capital’s only Christian Louboutin pop-up nail bar during Paris Fashion Week, from 17 June-7 July 2018. The 30-minute designer manicure will be available from 5pm to 8:30pm, Monday to Friday and from 4pm to 8:30pm on Saturday and customers will be invited to indulge in a cocktail inspired by the colours and names of the French designer newest nail polishes. Avion Clothier pop-upAvion Clothier’s designer clothing pop-up is already open at Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg, NYC. Get there before 15 June to experience the space featuring Soma Stones from Concreteworks, a light sculpture by Stephen White and furniture by Sawkille. Raffles Long Bar, SingaporeThe legendary Raffles Singapore is currently closed for restoration but a pop-up Long Bar  at 3 Seah Street will ensure that those in search of a Singapore Sling are not disappointed. The bar is a 15-seater space with décor inspired by 1920s’ plantation style. In keeping with tradition, guests are encouraged to throw the shells of their peanuts on the floor: a great example of snap, crackle and pop-up. 

BY MAGGIE O'SULLIVAN

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