With the 2012 Olympic Games just around the corner, a raft of London hotels are opening or being refurbished.
London hotels which have undergone refurbishment recently:
- London Marriott Grosvenor Square - unveiled 130 newly refurbished rooms, the final part of a £3.5 million renovation project. All 237 rooms at the hotel now feature a "stylish, contemporary design", which the group says aligns with "the modern style of Gordon Ramsay's award winning Maze restaurant and Maze Grill".
- Four Seasons London at Park Lane - reopened in January after a two-year refurbishment
- The Savoy - unveiled its £220 million revamp late last year
- The Stafford London Kempinski - refurbishment completed in May
- Hyatt Regency London The Churchill - underwent a "multimillion-pound" soft refurbishment of all guestrooms
- Guoman Charing Cross - unveiled a £2.5 million refurbishment to its Buckingham Wing, to be renamed the Executive Wing
- St Ermin's Hotel London - the Westminster property which housed in a Grade II Listed Victorian building a minute’s walk from St James’s Park station, was relaunched as a four-star deluxe hotel in mid-April
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