A Hull hotel which put up a homeless group over Christmas, will continue to support rough sleepers in the city, it has been claimed. Doubletree Hilton stepped in to offer 28 homeless people rooms over Christmas after another hotel cancelled their booking. The stay was organised by Raise the Roof Homeless Project - it said the hotel was "happy with how things went". In a Facebook post, it said: "We are pleased to tell you that they'll be behind us now throughout the year." Raise the Roof, which received £9,000 of donations after it went public over the cancellation, says it will also buy a new food van to help feed people in the city.