Edwardian Hotels London history
Founded as Edwardian Hotels by Jasminder Singh
Edwardian Hotel - purchased and then later sold
Vanderbilt Hotel - purchased
Savoy Court Hotel - purchased and completely refurbished
Milton Court Hotel - merges with the Vanderbilt Hotel
Stratford Court Hotel - purchased and work starts on major refurbishment
Grafton Hotel - purchased(previously a disused nursing home)
Kenilworth Hotel - purchased and refurbished
Mountbatten Hotel - purchased as the Shaftesbury Court Hotel, refurbished and renamed Berkshire Hotel (Stratford Court Hotel)
Mountbatten Hotel wins Best Hotel of the Year Catey Award within 18 months of opening
Hampshire Hotel - purchased our first 5-star property in Leicester Square
Skyway Hotel - purchased, refurbished and renamed the Edwardian International
Marlborough Hotel – purchased and managed with the Kenilworth Hotel Radisson Edwardian
Hotel Heathrow – Edwardian International renamed, our flagship hotel
Grafton Hotel – an extension of 89 executive plaza rooms is added
Edwardian Hotels partnered with Radisson to become the Radisson Edwardian Hotels group
Savoy Court Hotel – reopened after major refurbishment
Pastoria Hotel – purchased and managed with the Hampshire Hotel
Vanderbilt Hotel – completely refurbished and relaunched the hotel from 3 to 4 star
100% Guest Satisfaction launched
100% Colleague Satisfaction launched
Kenilworth Hotel – completely renovated
Mountbatten Hotel – added 28 room extension and refurbished the existing hotel
Grafton Hotel – completely refurbished
Radisson Edwardian Heathrow Hotel – 3rd floor Atrium created
May Fair Hotel purchased from Intercontinental Group
Sussex Hotel – old 3 star Savoy Court completely renovated, renamed and relaunched as 4 star
Berkshire – completely refurbished all bedrooms
Radisson Edwardian Manchester – a new iconic luxury hotel opens on Manchester’s most famous city centre site
Radisson Edwardian wins ‘Best Place to Work in Hospitality’ award by The Caterer
May Fair Hotel re-launches after £70million refurbishment and creates its own brand not part of Radisson Edwardian
New Providence Wharf Hotel opens in Canary Wharf
Bloomsbury Street Hotel – old Marlborough Hotel refurbished and renamed
New hotel opens in Guildford
Mercer Street Hotel – old Mountbatten Hotel refurbished and renamed
Radisson Edwardian Hotels become Radisson Blu Edwardian, London
Edwardian Group London brand established
Scoff & Banter, Steak & Lobster and TRUNK restaurant brands launched
Announced plans to redevelop the Leicester Square Radisson Blu Edwardian hotel & Odeon Cinema site into a flagship hotel & cinema complex to open in 2019
May Fair Kitchen and Annayu restaurant brands launched
Great British Fish Company brand is launched
Leicester Square hotel closes and the development of a new luxury lifestyle hotel begins. Due to open in June 2019.
May Fair Bar undergoes extensive refurbishment and reveals a new look with new menus in September 2015.
The new Edwardian Hotels London brand is launched.
May Fair Kitchen is reborn as a Mediterranean concept, showcasing an exquisite selection of Spanish and Italian small plates in May 2016.
Scoff & Banter Covent Garden becomes Monmouth Kitchen - a sister restaurant to May Fair Kitchen - offering a contemporary selection of Italian and Peruvian small plates in August 2016.
The menu at Steak & Lobster is revised, offering the finest steak and freshest lobster, along with a range of complementary bites and salads.
Scoff & Banter sees a menu revision, with the focus remaining on hearty, traditional British food.