Arora Hotel Heathrow goes on the market for £45m

08 January 2015 by
Arora Hotel Heathrow goes on the market for £45m

The 351-bedroom Arora Hotel Heathrow has been put on the market for £45m, six months after its ownership passed to an US hedge fund.

Arora Hotels, which previously owned the property, has continued to operate the property since a refinancing resulted in Davidson Kempner assuming ownership.

The hotel is being marketed by Christie + Co, free of any management or branding. Built in 1999, the hotel features a restaurant, bar and meeting rooms for up to 100 delegates.

David Creamore, director at Christie + Co said the opportunity to acquire a hotel in a prime Heathrow location is "very rare" and is anticipating "exceptional interest" in the property.

"The hotel will attract UK and international investors looking to re-flag the hotel with an international brand or operate it on a boutique status."

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