Plans submitted for new Cheval Blanc hotel in London

PROPOSALS have been submitted to planners at Westminster Council for a brand new luxury hotel in the heart of Mayfair.

The new 83 bedroom Cheval Blanc hotel would be built in Grafton Street just off Bond Street.

Cheval Blanc is the upscale hotel brand belonging French luxury conglomerate Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH).

Cheval Blanc’s small portfolio of “rare and exceptional luxury” maisons includes hotels in Courchevel, Randheli and St Tropez.

Foster + Partners are the architects behind the new project which also includes restaurants and a spa.

Plans submitted for new hotel at former Greenwich Magistrates’ Court

PLANS have been submitted to convert an old magistrates’ court in south east London into a 293 bedroom hotel. The scheme from LHG (London Hotel Group) would see the Grade II listed former Greenwich Magistrates’…

Offers in excess of £3m sought for Cornish boutique hotel

A BEACHFRONT boutique hotel on the North Cornwall coast has gone on sale with a guide price in excess of £3million. Atlantic House is a modern development of nine privately-owned apartments and a dozen en-suite…