Accor, Arora partner to reflag Windsor, U.K. hotel

The former Savill Court Hotel and Spa is currently undergoing a "substantial" multi-million pound redevelopment and is set to open under its new flag in the second half of 2020. Photo credit: Accor

Paris-based hospitality group Accor and U.K.-based hotel owner-operator Arora Group are set to open the Fairmont Windsor Park, the third Fairmont property in the United Kingdom following the Fairmont-managed Savoy in London and the Fairmont St. Andrews in Scotland.

The former Savill Court Hotel and Spa is currently undergoing a "substantial" multimillion pound redevelopment and is set to open under its new flag in the second half of 2020. The property had been owned and operated by Arora Group, and is adjacent to Windsor Great Park and Savill Gardens.
 
The property will have more than 200 bedrooms and suites, as well as a Royal Suite with exclusive access to a private section of the spa and wellness area. The hotel will also have a 2,500-square-meter spa and wellness area with an indoor lap pool and outdoor vitality pool, treatment rooms, salt room, hammam and Japanese foot spa. Food and beverage options will include a tea lounge, two specialty restaurants and a champagne bar.
 
In one wing of the hotel, the hotel will have 16 meeting rooms including an 800-square-meter pillar-free ballroom that can accommodate up to 700 guests and two event spaces with natural daylight, access to private terraces, as well as landscaped gardens for outdoor functions.
 
Speaking of the new signing, Thomas Dubaere, COO, Accor Northern Europe, said the signing underlines the company's regional expansion plans that, in turn, emphasize the U.K.'s "continued role as a key global market." 
 
Fairmont has more than 75 properties open worldwide. 

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