Jumeirah Carlton Tower to undergo complete renovation
Jumeirah Group have revealed plans to completely refurbish the Jumeirah Carlton Tower, its flagship hotel in the heart of London’s fashionable Knightsbridge.
The work is expected to begin in September, with a planned completion date of summer 2020. All guestrooms and suites are planned to be completely refurbished to a new level of luxury standards. With the number of keys reducing from 216 to 188 with the introduction of new signature and junior suites which will capitalise on the hotel’s stunning views of the London skyline and the private Cadogan Place Gardens.
When the hotel opened as The Carlton Tower in 1961, the hotel gained an international reputation as a beacon of British style and sophistication and was the first modern five-star property to open in London’s chic Knightsbridge district, and at the time, was the tallest hotel in London.
Jumeirah currently has a global portfolio of 24 luxury hotels, including the iconic Burj Al Arab Jumeirah in Dubai and the Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel and Grosvenor House Suites by Jumeirah Living, in London.