GHS welcomes Blue Orchid Hotels to its international portfolio

Eloise Hanson By Eloise Hanson
26 July 2019 | Updated 30 July 2019

UK: Blue Orchid Hotels, London’s newest luxury hotel collection, will be represented worldwide by Global Hospitality Services (GHS).

Led by Tony Matharu - founder and chairman of the Blue Orchid Hospitality group - the collection so far comprises of two four-star hotels, and a soon-to-open, all-suites hotel.

The Rochester and Wellington hotels are located in the grounds of Westminster's Vincent Square. With a total of 160 guest rooms, including self-contained suites, these stylish hotels mix the old with the new, combining original Edwardian period features with state of the art technology.

Shortly launching are the London Tower Suites, offering views over the Tower of London and the River Thames. Its 275 independent rooms come fully equipped with a kitchen and lounge, besides other dining and entertainment facilities of the five-star hotel.

Matharu said: "Having successfully designed, built, and managed a group of 17 luxury four-star and five-star central London hotels, I look forward to bringing the newest collection of independent hotels to the world's most exciting city. I am confident that our partnership with GHS will drive value and revenue to our hotels and build significant recognition of Blue Orchid Hotels across the globe."

Founded in 2008, GHS is a worldwide sales and marketing company with over 300 years of experience. Alongside Blue Orchid Hotels, they are working with 200 other independent hotel partners.

Gergana Halatcheva, senior vice president of GHS, commented: "We are extremely proud to partner with Blue Orchid Hotels and to be able to unveil London's newest independent hotel group to our clients across the world. We look forward to leveraging our relationships and unique expertise to drive value to Blue Orchid Hotels and their stunning new properties."

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