Administrators Ernst & Young were appointed to take over the 70-bedroom Thames-side hotel on 26 July.
Launched in September last year, the hotel was Von Essen's first new-build hotel and was one of four properties which remained under Davis' control after Von Essen Hotels Ltd went into administration in April.
Maurice Moses, adminstrator at Ernst & Young said the hotel would continue to trade as normal while they looked to sell the business as a going concern.
Von Essen collapse
Hotel Verta, The Forbury in Reading, Llangoed Hall in Powys and Hunstrete House near Bath were not placed into administration with the rest of the Von Essen group of hotels when the company was placed into administration. Hunstrete House has since gone into creditors voluntary liquidation.
Property agents Christie & Co are currently sifting through more than 200 bids for the 26 Von Essen hotels and a hotel opportunity that became available with the collapse of the company.
Christie & Co were not able to confirm if they would also be handling the sale of Hotel Verta.