Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group reveals first three member hotels of the Quorvus Collection

Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group revealed the first member hotels of Quorvus Collection: The May Fair Hotel London, the G&V Royal Mile Hotel Edinburgh and the Symphony Style Hotel Kuwait.

The Quorvus Collection name originates from the Southern sky Corvus constellation with the five brightest stars. Member hotels are historic landmarks, contemporary residences, classic boutiques and urban retreats – all different in scale, architecture, ambiance and design, yet committed to the same service philosophy.

The May Fair Hotel London, owned and operated by Edwardian Group London, brings together boutique attention to detail with grand hotel service. The May Fair Hotel was first opened by King George V in 1927, and offers 404 bedrooms including twelve suites. Home to fashion and film, The May Fair Theatre has a 201-seat private screening room, whilst the May Fair spa is an urban retreat utterly discreet and wonderfully indulgent.


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The G&V Royal Mile Hotel Edinburgh, a reminder of George and Victoria, gives a nod to the area’s royal heritage and enjoys a location in the heart of Edinburgh at the corner of George IV Bridge, Victoria Street and The Royal Mile. Each of the 136 rooms and suites show designer Rosita Missoni’s aesthetic look and use of colors and patterns; combined with latest technology and complimentary high speed internet access. The restaurant “Cucina” serves dishes inspired by classic Italian cooking. The G&V Royal Mile Hotel also has three modern event spaces, a breakout area and a city spa.

The Symphony Style Hotel Kuwait is part of the Symphony complex in Salmiya, the main shopping and entertainment district of Kuwait City. Eighteen floors high, the hotel has 169 rooms and suites and views on the Arabian Gulf. The interior was designed by Rosita Missoni. All rooms have technology including high speed internet access. The Symphony Style Hotel Kuwait has three restaurants: “Cucina” serving authentic Italian cuisine, “Luna” offering Arabic food with a Mediterranean twist and “Choco Café” celebrating coffee culture. Six event spaces ranging from exclusive board rooms to an elegant ballroom, an outdoor pool and the Six Senses Spa complement the hotel’s leading services.


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