The world-famous Grosvenor House in London, a JW
Marriott hotel, has
completed a multi-million dollar renovation.

Directed by Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA) and
GA Design, the complete transformation of the hotel’s guest rooms
and public spaces incorporates a fresh take on present-day design
while honoring the rich heritage and location of the property.

The former home of the Duke of
Gloucester, Grosvenor House has commanded a notable location on
Park Lane since opening its doors in 1929. Originally designed by
famed architects L. Rome Guthrie and Sir Edwin Lutyens, the hotel
has long been associated with royalty, international dignitaries
and celebrities alike.

 Serving as one of London’s main social hubs, Grosvenor House has hosted many significant and extravagant
occasions including the Royal Caledonian Ball, The Russian
Debutante Ball and, for the past 68 years, the hotel has been the
official host of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts
(BAFTA) Awards.

“Throughout the 90 years
of its legacy, JW Marriott Grosvenor House London has played a
role, whether large or small, in the history of this well-beloved
city,” said Stuart Bowery, General Manager, JW Marriott Grosvenor
House London. “This year, following significant transformations,
our truly iconic hotel begins an exciting new chapter. We look
forward to welcoming our guests as we head into the next decade
and hope they feel inspired and fulfilled.”

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