UK independent group Bespoke Hotels has unveiled plans to open a number of properties across London.
The firm has sealed a deal with Criterion Capital, which owns a £2 billion property portfolio across the capital and the south-east of England.
This will see hotels open in the final quarter of this year and throughout 2017, including .
The first will be an 86-bedroom MGallery, London, Leicester Square, due to open in late 2016 under a deal with brand owner Accor.
This will be followed by further sites in Leicester Square, Piccadilly and Greenwich.
Bespoke Hotels chairman, Robin Sheppard, said: “We are delighted to unveil the signing of contracts to open these extraordinarily well-located hotels.”
Michael North, head of hotels at Criterion Capital, added: “This is a significant strategic investment for Criterion Capital, with a series of hotels scheduled to open in rapid succession across London.
“We have been working with Bespoke Hotels for several months and are delighted to have secured their managerial expertise.”
Thomas Dubaere, managing director of Accor Hotels UK & Ireland, added: “MGallery Leicester Square will be a landmark upscale boutique hotel in a heritage site in the heart of London.
“Strong organic franchise growth is one of our strategic priorities in the UK and we’re delighted to be working with such strong partners as Criterion Capital and Bespoke.”
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