Jeremy Robson, the owner of London’s Great Northern Hotel, has departed the business.
According to documents filed on Companies House, Robson, who launched the 91-bedroom luxury hotels in 2013, terminated his position as a director in June, with his involvement in the business brought to an end in the same month.
The filing also shows that Tyler Harvey Mingst and Simon Nicholas Finn were each appointed as a ‘person with significant control’ following the departure of Robson.
Mingst and Finn are directors at investment firm, Intriva Capital Advisors LLP.
As a result of the change in ownership, Great Northern Hotel is now listed as being part of management company, Kew Green Hotels.
The Caterer also reported that chef director Mark Sargeant has also now left the business. He headed up the hotel’s Plum + Spilt Milk restaurant.
Robson first acquired the building that was to become Great Northern Hotel in 2008 and began a £42m transformation of the station site, before opening the hotel five years later.
In 2015, the hotel became the first UK property to join Starwood’s Tribute portfolio.
Initially Robson’s plan was to launch a collection of boutique hotels, under his own brand, Aries Hotels.
Boutique Hotelier has reached out to Great Northern Hotel and is awaiting a response.