Arora acquires Renaissance Hotel at Heathrow

By Emma Eversham

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Arora's latest hotel at Heathrow
Arora's latest hotel at Heathrow
The Arora Group has acquired the 649-bedroom Renaissance London Hotel from Hotel Property Investors growing its portfolio to seven. 

The new hotel, which was built in 1973 and is one of the largest hotels at the airport, will be operated under the Renaissance brand after the Arora Group, founded and run by Surinder Arora, reached an agreement with Marriott International. 

Arora said: "I have a special relationship with the Renaissance London Heathrow which goes back to the mid-70’s when I worked at the hotel as a part-time banqueting waiter which enabled me the supplement my income to pay for my private pilots licence training. I am therefore delighted to add this prestigious hotel and those that work there to the Arora Group."

The hotel will undergo a full refurbishment of the bedrooms and public areas as part of the deal. 

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