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IHI’s Corinthia Hotel in London is fast becoming talk of the town

IHI’s Corinthia Hotel in London is fast becoming talk of the town (Forimmediaterelease.net) The Corinthia Hotel in London is fast becoming the talk of the town as early visitors invited to tour the project site absorb the scale, magnitude, and opulence of the massive project underway.

The £270 million development is one year away from completion, and works are progressing to plan. The 40,000-square-meter site has been entirely stripped down, partially demolished, and is now being rebuilt and fitted out. The project is being hailed as the first new grand hotel to be built in London for over a century. The building itself is a landmark, formerly the Ministry of
Defense straddling Northumberland Avenue and Whitehall Place, with panoramic views over Trafalgar Square, the River Thames, and all of the major sights of Whitehall. The Corinthia Hotel will feature a 300-bedroom luxury hotel, having the largest bedrooms in London, and including 45 suites, some of which are located on duplex floors inside the historic turrets and serviced by private lifts and private terraces. A 3,000-square-meter spa, unique in its design and scope, will complement the hotel. Furthermore, 12 ambassadorial apartments, the largest one occupying over 1,000 square meters, are being developed at the luxury end of the market for eventual use as prime residences in central London.

As works progress, select members of the London establishment, opinion formers, and associates of Corinthia are being invited regularly to visit the project and see for themselves the new hotel unfolding before their eyes. The first such gathering was held last week, when senior directors from Barclays, Goldman Sachs, Coutts, and Credit Suisse, together with invitees from
Harrods and the Prince’s Regeneration Trust, were given a tour of the project personally conducted by Alfred Pisani, chairman of the Corinthia Group. At the end of the tour, the guests were hosted to a sumptuous lunch prepared on site in a temporary kitchen by Massimo Riccioli, the celebrated chef owner of La Rosetta Restaurant in Rome, Italy, who has agreed to personally relocate to London to be the chef patron of the specialty restaurant at the Corinthia
Hotel London.

The Corinthia Hotel&Residences in London is scheduled to open in the last quarter of 2010.

For further information, please contact Mr. Alfred Fabri, company secretary, IHI at href="mailto:afabri@corinthia.com">afabri@corinthia.com or 99475368, or Mr Chris Scicluna at href="mailto:chris@visualtrends.com.mt">chris@visualtrends.com.mt or 79422088.

PHOTO: Alfred Pisani gives tour while Chef Massimo Riccioli prepares culinary delight.

Karen Hoffman Sr. Vice President The Bradford Group 347 Fifth Ave. Suite 1205 New York, New York 10016 tel: 212 447-0027 fax: 212 725 8253 email: bradfordmktg@aol.com direct: Karentravel@aol.com web: www.bradfordglobalmarketing.com

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