Fattal Group has acquired the historic Grand Hotel in Brighton
Fattal Group, owner of Leonardo Hotels UK & Ireland and one of the fastest growing hotel companies in Europe, has acquired the award-winning, historic Grand Hotel in Brighton. The Group plans to invest significantly in the transformation of rooms and facilities and is committed to retaining the hotel’s iconic status and title.
First opened in 1864, the Grand Brighton occupies a prime location on Brighton’s seafront, with unobstructed views over the English Channel. The seven-floor hotel has 201 rooms, including seaside-facing balcony bedrooms and luxury suites, a restaurant and bar, and a dedicated meeting and banquet space, providing more than 1,200 square metres across 13 rooms. This includes the sea-facing Empress Suite, which can accommodate up to 900 delegates.
The acquisition of the Grand follows Fattal Group’s recent acquisition of the iconic Dilly Hotel in Piccadilly, London, and the 2018 acquisition of the Midland Hotel in Manchester.
“We are delighted to follow up our acquisition of the Dilly by adding The Grand Brighton to our group, another addition to our growing portfolio of luxury hotels,” said David Fattal, CEO and owner. “We believe our locations, our strategy and the proven capabilities of our people puts our group in a unique position to leverage and capitalise on the emerging opportunities we see across the UK hotel sector.”
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