The Edwardian Group is celebrating their rebranding to Radisson Blu Edwardian, beginning with its property in London. The move follows a recent decision for the group of thirteen hotels in London, Guildford and Manchester to align with the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group.
Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group and Edwardian Group have announced they will rebrand all Radisson Edwardian Hotels, a portfolio of 13 hotels in the United Kingdom, to the Radisson Blu brand by the second half of the year. “This expansion in the UK is a major milestone for the growth of Radisson Blu,” said Hubert Joly, president and chief executive officer, Carlson.
Carlson-owned Radisson Edwardian has pulled of something of a coup with the acquisition of Odeon Leicester Square from Ireland’s National Asset Management Agency. The receiver for the property, Allsop, confirmed the sale earlier, with the hotel chain believed to have paid £100 million for the property.
An age discrimination claim has been made against the Radisson Edwardian hotel group by a former employee who alleges the hotel boss wanted ‘younger and sexy’, according to reports in The Telegraph.
The Radisson Edwardian has announced its latest hotel that is set to open in Guildford.
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This February will see the notorious fashion pack descend on the capital as London Fashion Week enters its 26th year. At the centre of style stands the May Fair Hotel, who are proud to announce their status as the official hotel of London Fashion Week for the third year running.