HotelsRelationship between Radisson Hotel Group and Edwardian Hotels London has strengthened under the new ownership by Jin Jiang International.

Radisson drops in on London’s high society

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The May Fair Hotel became a playground for London’s high society following a royal tour of inspection in the Roaring 20s.
Radisson Hotel Group had added a swanky London hotel – the May Fair Hotel – to its Radisson Collection of premium lifestyle properties.

The hotel became a playground for London’s high society following a tour of inspection by King George V and Queen Mary in the Roaring 20s.

Later it was owned by Hollywood impresarios, the Danziger brothers, and while its Baccarat chandeliers remain, the hotel has transformed into a contemporary boutique getaway.

The announcement coincides with parties finalising a 10-year extension to the partnership agreement between Radisson Hotel Group and Edwardian Hotels London, who own and operate The May Fair Hotel and 11 Radisson Blu Edwardian properties.

The longstanding relationship between Radisson Hotel Group and Edwardian Hotels London has strengthened under the new ownership by Jin Jiang International Holdings Co., Ltd. The collaboration has enabled Edwardian Hotels London to further promote its brand and portfolio of properties internationally.  

The May Fair Hotel has 37 luxury suites and more than 400 rooms. Guests have access to the May Fair Spa & Gym, as well as 11 meeting and event spaces to accommodate business travellers.

The May Fair Kitchen showcases the best of Spanish and Italian small plates, while the May Fair Bar offers an extensive cocktail list.

For more than a decade, the hotel has been the official partner of London Fashion Week and the BFI Film Festival – as well as partnering with the Victoria & Albert Museum to offer a bespoke hotel package and cocktails dedicated to Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams Exhibition.


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