Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group has announced the first member hotels of its new Quorvus Collection: The May Fair Hotel in London, the G&V Royal Mile Hotel in Edinburgh, and the Symphony Style Hotel in Kuwait.
The Quorvus Collection, as the Group explained in a statement, is "a new generation of expertly curated luxury hotels inspired by the lifestyle and sensibilities of the contemporary global traveler. Member hotels are historic landmarks, contemporary residences, classic boutiques and urban retreats – all different in scale, architecture, ambiance and design, yet committed to the same, unparalleled service philosophy."
About the Hotels
The May Fair Hotel London, owned and operated by Edwardian Group London, combines boutique attention to detail with grand hotel service. The May Fair Hotel was first opened by King George V in 1927, and has 404 bedrooms including twelve prestigious suites. The May Fair Theatre, meanwhile, has a 201-seat private screening room.
The G&V Royal Mile Hotel Edinburgh, a reminder of George & Victoria, gives a nod to the area’s Royal heritage and is located in the heart of Edinburgh at the corner of George IV Bridge, Victoria Street and The Royal Mile. Each of the 136 rooms and suites have free high-speed internet access.
The Symphony Style Hotel Kuwait is part of the Symphony complex in Salmiya, the main shopping and entertainment district of Kuwait City. At 18 floors high, the hotel has 169 rooms and suites with views on the Arabian Gulf as well as three restaurants: “Cucina” serves authentic Italian cuisine, “Luna” offers Arabic food with a Mediterranean twist and “Choco Café” creates a true coffee culture. Beyond the outdoor pool, the hotel also has a Six Senses Spa.
“These three unique hotels lay a strong foundation for the further development of Quorvus Collection," said Wolfgang M. Neumann, president & CEO of Rezidor in a statement. "Together with Carlson, we aim to grow a global portfolio of 20 hotels in operation and under development by 2020 through conversions and newly build urban hotels and resorts.”