A new hotel will open in London’s Leicester Square in 2020, following a £300m development.
The Londoner will be a five-star, 15-storey, purpose-built hotel operated by Edwardian Hotels, joining The May Fair Hotel and other hotels in the capital and Manchester in the portfolio.
The hotel will be home to 350 bedrooms including 15 suites, five restaurants and lounges, including a rooftop bar, a ballroom for up to 1,000 guests, two cinemas and a subterranean spa, with an interior design spearheaded by Yabu Pushelberg.
Iype Abraham, commercial development director at Edwardian Hotels London, says: “The Londoner exemplifies Edwardian Hotels London’s bold philosophy. Building a complex and ambitious project in an iconic area is a demonstration of our commitment to London and our ability to deliver high-quality, sustainable, integrated hotels designed for the future. We are privileged to play a pivotal role in the regeneration of Leicester Square and contribute to the evolving skyline of London.”
Edwardian Hotels London is a privately-owned hotel group, which has been owning, operating, and developing an upscale and luxury hotels since Jasminder Singh OBE began his career within the hospitality industry in 1977, forming the beginnings of what would become Edwardian Hotels London.
Today, Edwardian Hotels London owns and operates eleven Radisson Blu Edwardian London hotels in London and central Manchester, The May Fair Hotel and a collection of restaurants and bar brands including the May Fair Kitchen, Monmouth Kitchen and May Fair Bar.