Gordon Ramsay Holdings (GRH) has sold his eponymous restaurant at the Trianon in Versailles back to Hilton just weeks after winning two Michelin stars from the French Michelin Guide.
The Versailles restaurant is the third GRH property in a month that the company has sold back to the hotel in which it stands, only to retain Ramsay’s name above the door and control over menu planning and standards of service.
A spokesperson for GRH said: “Gordon Ramsay Holdings will continue to be very involved with Gordon Ramsay au Trianon and Gordon Ramsay at The London West Hollywood. The hotel’s day-to-day food and beverage operation will be handled by the hotel’s management.”
Despite growing speculation over the financial difficulties of GRH, the company continues to do well with critics, having just today received a Michelin star for the eponymous restaurant in Prague, taking his total worldwide tally up to 13.