UK: The five star hotel in London’s Mayfair will remain closed until late spring 2021 to work on “long-planned improvements” converting an adjoining building.
2 Providence Court, a warehouse-style building located at the back of The Beaumont, will accommodate 25 new bedrooms and some meeting space.
Demolition works will take place in the first months of 2021 whilst the hotel is closed. Staff will be retained throughout the temporary closure.
At The Beaumont itself, two rooms on the first floor will be transformed into a one-bedroom suite.
A soft refurbishment of the Club Room, the Magritte Bar and The Colony Grill Room will be undertaken, as well as an enlargement of the gymnasium in the hotel spa.
The Beaumont opened in 2014 and was the first hotel project from restaurateurs Christopher Corbin and Jeremy King.
The Barclay brothers bought the lease from Corbin and King in 2018.