The May Fair Hotel in London has joined the Radisson Hotel Group’s Radisson Collection, which is known for its premium lifestyle properties.
The announcement coincides with the finalising of a 10 year extension to the partnership agreement between Radisson Hotel Group and Edwardian Hotels London, which owns and operates The May Fair Hotel as well as 11 Radisson Blu Edwardian properties.
The May Fair Hotel, which is situated in one of London’s most prestigious districts, quickly became a playground for London’s high society following a tour of inspection by King George V and Queen Mary in the 1920s. The property then took a larger-than-life legacy to new heights when it was bought by Hollywood impresarios, the Danziger brothers.
Today, it has evolved into a contemporary boutique getaway, yet still sports its eminent spaces and glimmering Baccarat chandeliers.
President and CEO, Radisson Hospitality, Federico J. González-Tejera, who is also the chairman of the Radisson Hotel Group Global Steering Committee, declared: “We are immensely proud to welcome an iconic hotel like The May Fair Hotel into the Radisson Collection family and we are thrilled to have an in-principle agreement on a further extension of our strategic partnership with Edwardian Hotels London for an additional 10 years taking us through to 2063.
“From its unbeatable location to its culinary flair and luxurious wellness facilities, everything about The May Fair Hotel is set up to deliver an exceptional guest experience. We created Radisson Collection with the ambition to bring our guests a unique global collection of hotels that offer an exceptional experience of effortless, contemporary living, while making sure each property reflects the individual character of its location. In this respect, The May Fair Hotel could not be a better fit,” González-Tejera added.
The May Fair Hotel is home to 37 luxury suites and more than 400 rooms, while facilities include the May Fair Spa & Gym, 11 state-of-the art meeting and event spaces, various F&B options and much more.