The Cheng family, which owns the five-star hotel in the British capital, has put the property up for sale for 450 million pounds (close to 600 million euros), or £1.5 million per room.
The 262-room, 44 suite five-star property joined the Rosewood Hotels & Resorts group in 2013, after undergoing a renovation program representing investments of some 85 million pounds sterling. The property is located in the High Holborn district and used to be the Pearl Assurance Company's headquarters.
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