Cheval Collection has launched a new urban lifestyle serviced apartment brand, My Locanda. The company plans to grow the brand by targeting dynamic cities around the world.
George Westwell has stepped from his role as chief executive of Cheval Collection and retired after a long, successful career in the hospitality sector. He joined the Cheval group in March 2004.
Cheval Collection has announced an expansion in London. From the spring, the company will offer a stylish additional property consisting of 30 apartments at Cheval Lexham Gardens.
At times home to a number of courtiers during its 500-years of history, Cheval Abbey Strand Apartments at Holyrood is one of Edinburgh’s oldest buildings.
From July, the brand will operate two historic properties in the heart of Edinburgh, following an agreement with Chris Stewart, chief executive of the Chris Stewart Group, the owner and developer of the properties.
Cheval Gloucester Park has celebrated its re-opening this week with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The event follows a two year, full-scale multi-million-pound refurbishment at the Kensington, London, property.
Located in Frankfurt, the long-stay residence will be the second Maison branded property, after an announcement that construction work will start in central Dubai in 2020.
Luxury serviced apartment company Cheval Collection has appointed marketing consultancy Emerging Communications to drive sales from tourists, students, business executives and expats from China.
Cheval Collection has appointed seasoned hotels and management professional Daniel Johansson to the role director of development and acquisitions. Johansson will be dedicated to offering his expertise to the development and expansion of Cheval Collection, as well as to pre-openings of properties and the overall process.
Ithra Dubai, a wholly owned vehicle of the Investment Corporation of Dubai, has entered into an agreement with Cheval Collection to manage its newest mixed-use project.
London-based Cheval is currently undergoing a reinvention, transforming itself from Cheval Residences to Cheval Collection as it seeks to begin an international expansion. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole chats with company chief executive George Westwell to find out more