Last Wednesday was a special day for the luxury Corinthia Hotel in London. HRH The Prince of Wales was invited to tour the hotel by founder and chairman Alfred Pisani and attend celebrations marking The Prince’s Regeneration Trust’s 15th anniversary. The Prince’s Regeneration Trust ensures that historic buildings across the UK at risk of decay or demolition are regenerated and given a new use that will provide economic and social benefits to their communities.
Corinthia has itself just completed what has been one of the United Kingdom’s most prominent regeneration projects in recent years, where an original Victorian-era hotel has been lovingly recreated as a luxury grand hotel fit for the 21st century. Corinthia founder and Chairman Alfred Pisani said that he approached the redevelopment of the hotel in London with love, creativity and humility.
“We had the best in class in terms of advisors and designers but above all, our own team has done a great job in making sure we executed a financially-rewarding acquisition and project, and likewise, put all our energies and instincts for hospitality into a structured format for the delivery of consistent, quality service”, said Pisani.
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