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The Bailey’s Hotel London announces major refurbishment  

Millennium & Copthorne Hotels has announced the major refurbishment and forthcoming relaunch of The Bailey’s Hotel London, Kensington, on this the 175th anniversary of the birth of its eponymous founder, Sir James Bailey, MP.
The Bailey’s Hotel London dates back to 1876 and was one of the very first purpose-built hotels in the capital.  Established by the charismatic Sir James, the hotel was the very peak of modernity at the time of its opening.  The refurbishment of the Victorian property will see all bedrooms elegantly redesigned, along with the reception and public areas.

Olives restaurant will also be refurbished, alongside the bar. The relaunch of the property, following completion of a multi-million pound refurbishment project, is scheduled for January 2016.  

Clive Harrington, Senior Vice President Operations – Europe of Millennium & Copthorne Hotels plc, commented: “We are immensely proud of the transformation of The Bailey’s Hotel London and excited to enter this new phase in its history.  This quintessentially British hotel is simply inspiring, with its rich heritage and beautiful new design.”  

The Bailey’s Hotel London is part of Leng’s Collection, a handpicked collection of hotels with compelling and distinguished personalities, from historic properties to trendy urban escapes. 

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