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View to The Ritz from Piccadilly in London W1.

View to The Ritz from Piccadilly in London W1.

21.02.2014
View to the Ritz from Green Park; Devonshire House across the road on Piccadilly.

View to the Ritz from Green Park; Devonshire House across the road on Piccadilly.

6.5.2013
The Ritz Hotel. This hotel inspired by César Ritz, designed by Charles Mewès and Arthur Davis opened on 25th May 1906.

The Ritz Hotel. This hotel inspired by César Ritz, designed by Charles Mewès and Arthur Davis opened on 25th May 1906.

6. May 2013
The Ritz Hotel, Green Park facing windows.

The Ritz Hotel, Green Park facing windows.

2012
The Ritz Hotel

The Ritz Hotel

2012
View to The Ritz Hotel from Green Park.

View to The Ritz Hotel from Green Park.

2012
The Ritz Hotel on Piccadilly.

The Ritz Hotel on Piccadilly.

2012
The Ritz Hotel. View from Piccadilly

The Ritz Hotel. View from Piccadilly

2005
The Ritz Hotel. View from Green Park

The Ritz Hotel. View from Green Park

2005

The Ritz

Address:
150 Piccadilly, London W1J 9BR
Type:
Commercial
Completion:
19th century
Viewed:
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Description of The Ritz

The Ritz was opened on May 25th 1906, on the site of the Walsingham House Hotel, formerly the Bath Hotel.

Conceived by renowned hotelier César Ritz, The Ritz owes its architectural design to an extremely successful partnership formed in 1900 between Frenchman Charles Mewès, and Englishman Arthur Davis.

Source: theritzlondon.com

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News: (2)

The Ritz Hotel, owned by the Barclay brothers, is worth more than £625 million (£4.6 million per room), based on “several unsolicited approaches from prospective purchasers for the sale of the hotel,” the owners said in a statement filed to Companies House on Sept. 30. The Ritz had its highest-ever sales in 2010 at £31.3 million, according to the documents.
Source: Buyers Prize Glitziest London Hotels as $25 Cocktails Flow, Bloomberg Businessweek http://www.businessweek.com/news/2011-12-20/buyers-prize-glitziest-london-hotels-as-25-cocktails-flow.html

21/12/2011 12:36 by Buildington

To commemorate the historic occasion of the marriage of His Royal Highness Prince William of Wales and Miss Catherine Middleton, The Ritz announces a long weekend of grand celebrations to mark the Royal Wedding.

The date has been set, the gold-embossed invitations have been sent, and the country is brimming with anticipation. Now, with the marriage of His Royal Highness Prince William of Wales and Miss Catherine Middleton just weeks away, The Ritz is delighted to launch its Monarchy & Matrimony accommodation programme alongside a long weekend of Ritz en fête, with patriotic decorations taking centre stage in the hotel, exclusive commemorative gifts for guests and a sumptuous Royal Wedding Brunch in the majestic Ritz Restaurant. With an enviable location only moments away from Buckingham Palace and Clarence House, The Ritz is the premier destination to immerse yourself in the excitement and splendour of a regal affair and a nation in celebration.

To celebrate the Royal Wedding at The Ritz is to celebrate the occasion in the surrounds of your
very own palace, cosseted within sumptuous Louis XVI inspired interiors that have been the home away from home for British and international Royalty since the hotel’s opening in 1906. Within the gilt-edged walls of this grand London landmark His Royal Highness The Duke of Windsor dined and danced in The Palm Court, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her 80th birthday and His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales awarded the hotel the honour of a Royal Warrant.

Source: theritzlondon.com/promotions-en.html

04/03/2011 19:19 by Buildington

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