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Fourth property for Nadler Hotels confirmed for Victoria, London

16 September 2015 by
Fourth property for Nadler Hotels confirmed for Victoria, London

Nadler Hotels, the "affordable luxury" brand, has confirmed details of its fourth property in London's Victoria.

The company will open a 73-bedroom hotel in Palace Street, as reported by The Caterer in April, next to the new St James Theatre and close to Buckingham Palace, in November.

Each bedroom will include a mini kitchen, free WiFi and 40 inch LED TVs.

Robert Nadler, founder and chief executive of Nadler Hotels, said: "We're delighted to be opening our third London hotel, and introducing Nadler's guests to the historic past and present of Victoria.

"Surrounded by an ever-increasing number of restaurants, bars and gastro pubs, our guests will be perfectly positioned to benefit from Victoria's renaissance, and to sample the smart-luxury and insider local knowledge Nadler Hotels has become known for."

Founded in 2006, Nadler Hotels appointed industry heavyweight Charles Prew as chairman last year. Prew, former chief executive of Paramount Hotels, who worked on behalf of Ernst & Young following the administration of Von Essen Hotels, is currently managing director (hotels) of consultancy business the Buell Group.

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