19 JULY 2010
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THE GROSVENOR HOTEL, actually part of the structure of London’s Victoria Station, is to receive an £18m upgrade from owners Guoman. This major project is scheduled to be fully complete ahead of London 2012. It will sensitively restore the hotel’s intricate English Heritage listed features as part of its stylish design overhaul whilst remaining sensitive to the property’s heritage as a Victorian railway hotel. Included in the project is The Grand Imperial a high-end, authentic Cantonese restaurant. Additional features to the hotel will include the ambitious development of a self-contained executive accommodation tower with striking views over the city and the introduction of a Guoman Club Lounge. The 357-room building is one of Guoman’s four London landmark properties; Charing Cross, The Cumberland, The Royal Horseguards and The Tower. www.thistle.com
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