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Guoman Hotels’ The Grosvenor Hotel set to rebrand as Amba Hotel Victoria

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The Grosvenor Hotel in London, which is currently operating under the Guoman Hotels brand, is to relaunch as the Amba Hotel Victoria.

The 345-bedroom property will be fully refurbished to standards set by the four-star Amba brand, which is owned and operated by glh Hotels.

The renovation project will have a phased launch, with the first refurbished elements of the hotel – The Grosvenor Arms, the hotel’s restaurant, and The Tea Lounge – already complete and open to the public.

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The hotel’s bedrooms, meetings and events spaces, and additional food and beverage outlets will then be fully refurbished throughout next year, due for completion by the end of 2019.

glh Hotels has worked in conjunction with interior and hospitality designers, Goddard Littlefair, to create the new look Amba Hotels bedrooms and bathrooms.

Neil Gallagher, chief executive of glh Hotels, said: “The expansion of the Amba Hotels brand, with the addition of the Amba Hotel Victoria, is a milestone moment for glh Hotels.

“The brand was designed to raise guests’ expectations of a four-star hotel and offer an upgraded hotel experience. Each Amba Hotel has a unique personality in an amazing central London location and we know Amba Hotel Victoria will be the perfect addition to this brand.”

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