Maybourne Hotel Group Acquires Montage Beverly Hills

USA, Beverly Hills, California. January 27, 2020

In 2020, Maybourne will announce further plans for the re-positioning and renovation of Montage Beverly Hills.

It is announced that the Montage Beverly Hills, California, has been acquired by Maybourne Hotel Group, operators of London's most legendary and prestigious hotels Claridge's, The Connaught and The Berkeley.

Maybourne Hotel Group, formerly known as the Savoy Group, have been operating hotels in London since 1893, making them one of the world's oldest hoteliers. They are renowned for running historic luxury hotels whilst keeping them relevant, attracting an international clientele, playing an active role in their local neighbourhoods with stylish, award-winning bars, being home to some of the world's best restaurants and creative culinary partnerships, as well as commissioning the finest global interior designers.

In 2020, Maybourne will announce further plans for the re-positioning and renovation of Montage Beverly Hills, to bring the hotel more in line with the three London properties. Maybourne and Montage will work closely together for the foreseeable future. The acquisition is part of a global expansion strategy bringing Maybourne's European luxury concept to new markets across the globe. Other hotels will be announced in due course.

Commentating on the addition of Montage Beverly Hills to Maybourne Hotel Group, Paddy McKillen said, "We are excited to have our first property outside of London, and where better than the city of Beverly Hills. We plan to bring some of the inspiration and creative energy to Montage Beverly Hills that has made our London hotels so successful and much loved, but we never forget that the most important element of all our hotels is our staff and our guests."

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