Maybourne Hotel Group
Telephone:020 7107 8830
Fax:020 7107 8900
Maybourne Hotel Group owns three of London’s most luxurious and historic hotels - Claridge’s, the Berkeley hotel and the Connaught hotel. All are AA Top 200 hotels, with five red stars each, and each houses a Michelin-star restaurant run by Gordon Ramsay Holdings.
The company was known as the Savoy Group until January 2005, when it was acquired by Irish property investment group Quinlan Private. It was renamed after Quinlan sold on the Savoy hotel and Simpson’s-in-the-Strand restaurant in the same month.
Quinlan Private, which was set up by former Dublin tax inspector Derek Quinlan in 1989, owns some 150 office blocks, shopping centres, car parks and hotels in Europe and North America.
Maybourne is its primary hotel concern, but it also owns a handful of Four Seasons hotels in Dublin, Milan, Budapest and Prague. Hotels account for 21% of its €5b-worth of property assets.
Vice-president sales and marketing: Paul Reynolds
Vice-president of human resources: Sara Edwards
Director of marketing: Antonio Mazzafera
Director of sales: Brona Kelly
Director of reservations: Alan Palmer
“Maybourne Hotel Group will be valued as the market leader for distinctive super-luxury hotels, differentiated by motivated teams of creative professionals, who are passionate about service and genuinely cherish individual personality.”
Source: company statement 2005
Number of hotels: three
The Berkeley, Wilton Place, Knightsbridge
Restaurants include the Michelin-starred Petrus and Gordon Ramsay’s Boxwood Café
General manager: Klaus Kabelitz
Claridge’s, Brook Street, W1
Restaurants include the Michelin-starred Gordon Ramsay at Claridge’s
General manager: Sylvain Ercoli
The Connaught, Carlos Place, Mayfair
Restaurants include Angela Hartnett’s Michelin-starred Menu and Grill Room
General manager: Anthony Lee
Total number of staff: 800 permanent staff
Address:30 Old Burlington Street