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  • 30 Jan 2017, Luxury London

The LaLiT London Hotel brings Indian luxury to Tower Bridge, London.

The LaLiT London officially opens its doors this month in Tower Bridge; an Indian boutique hotel owned by the Lalit Suri Hospitality Group, India’s largest privately owned hotelier, with a portfolio of 11 deluxe properties across India.

Set in a Grade II listed property, the hotel is the company's first overseas venture and brings together Indian culture and hospitality with iconic Victorian architecture. The building was originally designed by Edward Mountford, architect of the Old Bailey, and was built in two phases in 1893 and 1896. It originally housed St Olave’s Grammar School and, more recently, Lambeth College.

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About The LaLiT Hotels

The Lalit Suri Hospitality Group, an enterprise of Bharat Hotels Limited is India’s largest and the fastest growing privately owned Hotel Company. The company offers Seventeen luxury hotels, with 3600 rooms in the five-star deluxe segment with eleven operational hotels and six under development/restoration (including three overseas). The operational hotels include The Lalit New Delhi, The Lalit Mumbai, The Lalit Grand Palace Srinagar, The Lalit Golf & Spa Resort Goa, The Lalit Ashok Bangalore, The Lalit Laxmi Vilas Palace Udaipur, The Lalit Temple View Khajuraho, The Lalit Resort & Spa Bekal (Kerala), The Lalit Jaipur, The Lalit Chandigarh & The Lalit Great Eastern Kolkata. The Group has also forayed into mid-segment hotels under the brand – ‘The Lalit Traveller’. The first two hotels under this brand opened in Jaipur and Khajuraho with 25 more hotels planned in the next five years.

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